Makeup Tuesday – Pretty in Pink
For this soft and pure makeup look, I first used Snowberry as a color wash all over Sara’s eye, from her lash line up to the brow, making the color slightly more intense on the actual eyelid. Then I used trussle as a very light smudgy liner on the bottom, and also a very small dab smudged into her lash line on the top. Like I have said before, it is a good idea to ‘ground’ a pink or a red eyeshadow (especially for blue eyes) with a bit of brown so that the eyes don’t look ‘sore’. It was actually amazing to see the difference it made when I applied the Trussle.
Next I applied my usual dab of Winterton on the inner corner of Sara’s eyes, top and bottom, to brighten them. I call it the ‘caffinated’ look! We finished her eyes with a light coat of black mascara.
On Sara’s cheeks I used My Ducky blush, focusing on the apples, or the roundest part of her beautiful cheekbones. I also used a bit of Pink Snowflakes on top of the My Ducky to create more dewiness. Overall, I tried to create the same effect as if she had just come in from outside on a brisk, windy day. Healthy, rosy cheeks! I am quite happy with how this turned out! Finally. on Sara’s lips I used Cupids lipgloss. Since the eye makup is so soft, I wanted a bit more focus on her lips.
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