I’ve been stepping out of my comfort zone with makeup lately and have been really trying to play with color! I recently received the new Urban Decay Moondust palette and couldn’t wait to dig into it. I usually am drawn to mattes and this palette is completely shimmer but with its unique duo toned jewel-tones, I couldn’t resist! I also finally dug into my metallic liquid lipsticks which I’ve been hesitant to play with. I was never a fan of frosty or pearlized lipsticks on my complexion but Colourpop Flitter, which is a close dupe for Kylie’s Heir, was sooo gorgeous with this look. Definitely something new for me! I hope you love the tutorial.
Happy Monday! Weeee I’m super excited about today’s makeup tutorial because it’s probably my favorite makeup I’ve done on myself yet. I don’t know if it’s because I really took the time to show you contouring, highlighting, and baking, but it finished so flawlessly! I hope you all love it too! I wanted to do a tutorial on Instagram makeup. To me, this is the look that’s trending all over the insta-sphere, and it’s also a look that a lot of people hate.. its pretty polarizing. Glam girls love it but a lot of MUAs in the industry hate it for how bold and harsh it can be. Different strokes for different folks! A girl like me loves me some cake, so be prepared to watch me layer it on!! :)
Hello my lovessss! Thank you everyone for the warm wishes!! On my birthday today, I’ll be sharing with you my favorite kind of cake ;) haha! We’re all highlight crazy but for me it’s truly an addition. I got my hands on the Anastasia Beverly Hills Illuminators in all four shades: Starlight, So Hollywood, Peach Nectar, & Riviera. I also received Anastasia’s A23 brush which compliments these highlighters beautifully and is a great size to add a topper to your cheeks.
The range of these colors are gorgeous and there is something that suits every skintone! They aren’t powdery or ashy and have a metallic finish that I love, if you don’t like your highlight too bold just apply with a light hand and blend it out for a more subtle look.