Monday, June 16, 2014

Wedding|Prom Makeup on three different skintones. Learn how to do it yourself with this easy tutorial.

Wedding Makeup? Prom Makeup? Evening Out? You choose the occasion because this look will make a lasting impression at any event.
This was my most requested look during prom season so, check out the before and afters of two of my prom lovelies and follow this easy step by step tutorial:o)
All products used for this loo will be listed below!

Black|Up Cosmetics Foundation in shade "HC09"
Mac Cosmetics "Embark" eyeshadow used as contour.
Mac Cosmetics pressed powder in NW50
Ben Nye Neutral Set Powder
L.A. Girl Concealer in "Toast"
Covergirl Queen Collection Bronzer in "Ebony"
Mac Cosmetics Blush in "Sweet As Cocoas"
Mac Cosmetics Fix+

Urban Decay Primer Potion
L.A. Girl Concealer in "Toast"
Coastal Scents Hot Pots: "Oktoberfest", "Deep Roast", "Barista".
Mac Pressed Pigment in "Blonde Streak"
Mac eye kohl in "Smoulder"
Mac pigment in "Naked"
Mac Skin Finish in "Whisper of Guilt" for inner corner highlight.
Eyelashes are "Kiss #10"
Mac eyebrow crayon in "Stud'

Mac "Oyster Girl" lipgloss
Mac "Cork" lip liner
Ruby Kisses Lip Lacquer in "Naked Nude"

Same Look/Same Products/3 Different skintones! This look can work for anyone. The perfect bridal or bridesmaids look:o)

Hair- "Luxe Virgin Remy" 2 packs of 18'inch and Saga lace closure.
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Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 10
Camera Used: Canon Rebel T3i Lense18-55mm.

If you've read my entire description box, May God bless you and Bless those who haven't :o)
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