Happy Tuesday dollies!
I didn’t want to wait to post this, mainly because summer is
almost practically over and this is a pretty colorful look. I was supposed to post a Palette BINGO look instead, but I’m unsure on whether I want to keep it going or just take it off the blog altogether.. Let me know your thoughts on that.
After this look, I literally have one more left using this palette, I swear. So we’re almost to the finish line. The last look will be posted this Friday just because I thought it was the perfect look to end the season with (and begin another season too).
I named this look Mar, which is Spanish for ‘sea’. I just had to name one of my looks as such because the palette is tropical and all I can think of when I see the shades Varadero and Celia is the freaking ocean and how beautiful it is!
BUT BEFORE I START, I do want to point out that I did a two-for-one kind of look for this one (not really). The only difference is that eyeliner is OPTIONAL.
Makeup Details (eyes only):
Benefit Cosmetics Precisely My Brow Pencil | Coastal Scents Step 1 Eye Primer | Tarte Cosmetics Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder | Alamar Cosmetics Reina del Caribe Eyeshadow Palette | Essence Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in Black | Lancome Hypnose Drama Mascara | NYX Matte Liquid Liner in Black (Optional)
Mar — Pictorial
STEP 1: Prime and set eyelids.
STEP 2: Apply Coco-taxi slightly above crease.
STEP 3: Apply Tropico on the crease and blend upward onto Coco-taxi.
STEP 4: Apply Cafecito on the crease and blend upward onto Tropico.
STEP 5: Using the lightest concealer you have, cut the crease in a half moon shape, following the shape of your crease.
STEP 6: I skipped* a step here, sorry! — Apply Varadero with a DRY brush on the inner and outer portion of your eyelid, leaving a small gap in the middle. In the middle of your eyelid, apply Celia with a DRY brush. Blend the outer edges of Celia so it blends into Varadero. Note: I used these shades DRY to show how pigmented they are. If you want to amp them up a bit, use a wet brush.
STEP 7: Apply Varadero (DRY) on the lower lashline and apply La Costa on the inner corner and brow bone for highlight. Finish off by tightlining with a black eyeliner and add mascara and/or lashes.
STEP 8 — OPTIONAL: Apply winged eyeliner for more effect.
I feel like this look might be one of my favorites that I’ve done using this palette. It also reminds me of another look I had done earlier this year using the PÜR x Boxycharm Eyeshadow Palette. I did a pictorial for that look too if you’d like to see that here.
Here’s a bonus photo of CL photobombing:
What do you think of this look?
And who’s looking forward to Autumn?!
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