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My Under The Sea Look

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I don’t claim to be a makeup artist or cosmetologist, I just really love makeup. And I like supporting companies that actually make products I can use with my allergy that is still a good product. Thankfully I am not as limited on makeup as I am on skincare, but there are still a number of brands I can’t use. So I don’t plan on reinventing the wheel with my makeup look posts, and I will be linking to some YouTube videos when I feel they are more explanatory than I can be or if they can show the product better than I am able.

Just a brief side note: Some items talked about in this post may be in the upcoming giveaway.

I recently had a girls day with some friends, and per usual I got made up for my day out. I decided to wear a great new dress I had got from ModCloth (which I am sure I will do a post about soon) in a beautiful aqua green color. Along with it I had the perfect necklace and earrings from Bella Jack that is ocean themed. So I really wanted to do my makeup in something that felt appropriately matching. And here is what the overall look came to be:

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And here is a close up of the eyes:

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For the face I used my standard products, those being Physician’s Formula Circle Rx Circle Control Concealer, Physician’s Formula Concealer Twins 2-in-1 Correct & Cover Cream Concealer, and Physician’s Formula Super CCColor-Correction + Care CC Cream SPF 30.

Then I moved to the eyes and I used Sephora Collection Perfecting Eye Primer.

I then cover my entire eye lid with Ulta’s Eyeshadow in Bone. This color is very close to my skin color and I used it strictly for a base/blending shade.

Next I used Starry Eyed and Pegasus from Makeup Geek’s Foiled Eyeshadow collection. Starry Eyed was applied in the center of each lid and Pegasus was applied to each corner of the eye. Then they were carefully blended together. If you haven’t had a chance to use these foiled shadows, you must give them a try. I feel my camera washes the color out a bit, so I want to let you see a couple of videos to see swatches of all the great colors available. And who better to show it than my fave Vlogger Vintageortacky.

 

Video of the Original shades

 

Video of the newest shades

 

I then used my Physician’s Formula Eye Definer Automatic Eye Pencil to do a subtle reverse cat eye.
And I finished my eyes with Clinique’s High Impact Curling Mascara. Do not confuse this one with just the High Impact Mascara, they are different. The High Impact Curling Mascara is a tubing mascara and will not smudge. It only comes off with really warm water and a cloth. It gives you the look of wearing false lashes with just one application of mascara.

I then gently swept a little of Dim Light from Hourglass’s Ambient Lighting Palette all over my face.
I then used Geek Chic Cosmetics Doll Cheeks as a contour and PB for Blush.
Finally I went back to my Ambient Lighting Palette to get Incadescent Light to highlight with.

And the final step to make everything complete is the lipstick. For this I used my Nars Satin Lip Pencil in Yu.

 

So I want to hear from you. Have you tried any of these products? If so what did you think? Do you have a favorite indie brand cosmetic company that everyone should know about? If you could pick one item to be in the giveaway that I used in this look, what would it be?

 

Upcoming posts

Details on the giveaway

Bohemian Lace

Beauty products I tried this month – a review

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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