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Flirty Day-to-Night Look with a Dramatic Eye
The look: A partial smoky dramatic eye with falsies and a nude lip with light pink tones.
Perfect for: Transitioning from day to evening, a flirty day look, date night.
High end or drugstore products used? A mixture of both, but mostly drugstore products.
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***All photos in this post were taken by the talented Leanne Hunley, Cincinnati wedding photographer!
Makeup products used:
Foundation: L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation (color 202 creamy natural)
Setting Powder: Coty Airspun Loose Powder (translucent)
Brow Pen: L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics Stylist Definer Brow Liner (soft brown)
Brow Palette: Maybelline New York Brow Drama Pro Eye Makeup Palette (soft brown)
Bronzer for contour: e.l.f. Sunkissed Glow Bronzer (warm tan)
Blush: Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush (paaarty)
Eyeshadow Palette: Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette (colors used: Divinity under browbone and inner corners; Mocha in crease; Earl Grey in outer corners). Read HERE for my full review on this palette!
Eyeliner: JORDANA FABULINER LIQUID EYELINER
Mascara: Rimmel Scandaleyes Retroglam Mascara
Highlighter: NYX Strobe of Genius Illuminating Palette
Tips for this look: I applied my foundation with a foundation brush and added a little more to certain areas that needed extra coverage. For the brow look, I used the pencil mentioned above and defined the top and bottom of the brow (like an outline). Then I used an angled brush to fill in the brow with the cream formula used in the palette mentioned above.
When I applied the eye shadow, I used the lighter color all over the lid up to the browbone and inner corner. I used the medium shade for the crease. When applying the darker shade, I only used it on the outer corners and blended it into the crease. I used a tiny bit also under my lower lashes on the outer corner. No eyeliner was applied to my lower lashes, only the uppers.
Lips were easy – I didn’t line them or use layers! This lipstick is like a gloss and lipstick in one – all set!
Accessory details: Lindsay Layering Necklace, Drape Ear Jackets & Gwen Wrap Ring from Stella & Dot jewelry
Hammered Ring: TJ Maxx
Personalized Rings: Lisa Leonard
Striped tunic: Thrift store find!
Where would you wear this look? Have you tried any of the products I used? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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