Wednesday, December 30, 2015

New Years Eve Glam Makeup

Can you believe that New Years Eve is tomorrow? I honestly feel like we were just celebrating NYE and bringing in twenty-fifteen, but alas here we are with one day left of the twenty-fifteen year! Wow!

This year for New Years we've decided to stay in and spend the evening in our pajamas, I'm really excited for this to be honest. But I am still all about Glam Makeup with it comes to NYE! Today I'm sharing with you my, would have been, makeup for NYE! xo, Enjoy!

I wanted the transition color to be a pretty chocolate color and I really love how Makeup Geek's "Cherry Cola" looks blended into the transition/crease area. I then grabbed MG's "Vintage," a lighter medium brown, and in windshield wiping motions I blended this shadow into my crease keeping the color low. My eyes were primed with NYX "Milk" Jumbo Pencil, which acts as a base to make my shadows come out more vibrant. On a flat brush, I grabbed ColourPop's Liberty and sprayed some MAC Fix+ to make the eye shadow more metallic on the lid. I let the shadow dry for about 30-45 seconds, and repeated the same step for the lid using CP's "Tassel." (a metallic white). To give my outer corner more depth, I took a small amount of Makeup Geeks "Corrupt" and blended it into the outer corner of my eye. 
I lined my lid with Kat Von D's "Tattoo Liquid Liner" and did two coats of Makeup Forever's "Smoky Extravagant Mascara." On the bottom lash line I placed Ardency Inn's Eyeliner on the water line and then with a pencil brush I smoked out the bottom lash line with a mixture of Cherry Cola and Vintage. I followed the natural shape of my brows and filled them in with Bobbi Brown's Long-Wear Brown Brow Pencil

I applied Elcie's Micro Silque Foundation with my Morphe M349 Buffer and concealed with Urban Decay's Naked Skink Concealer. I used Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit it set my under eye concealer, highlight my T-zone (forehead, nose, chin), and applied the contour/bronzer to my cheeks, temples, and jaw line to add demention to my face. I applied a beautiful rose-mauve blush to my cheeks from the Morphe 9B Blushed Palette. I mixed "Pearl" and "Champagne Pop" from Becca's Champagne Glow Palette to add a beautiful highlight to the top of my cheek bones, on my nose, and to my brow bones. 

I lined my lips with MAC's "Beet" lip pencil and then filled my lips in with Jeffree Star's Velour Liquid Lipstick in "Unicorn Blood."

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