Hello Fellow Beauty Lovers!
A couple of weeks ago a made a post about a Chanel inspired sparkly makeup I did . Well here is the finished video! With a step by step guide below, enjoy x
- Use Pebbles Eyeshadow Eyeshadow as a base. Urban Eyeshadow all over the lid. Cut the crease of your eye with fog eyeshadow.
- Use perfection eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eye and underneath the brow bone.
- Using the same highlighter as earlier apply it to the brow bone and in the inner corners of the eye.
- Use the gel Black Eyeliner along the lashline, flicking your line upwards and outwards to lift and elongate the eye. Mirror this line underneath and then curl the eyelashes. Apply a liberal amount of mascara.
- Stick on sequins with DUO eyelash glue (you can find them in any art and hobby shop). Dot the glue along the grey eyeshadow line with eyes open to avoid the moveable part of the eyelid – otherwise your sequins will fall off 🙂
- Once you have finished the eyes clean up underneath the eyes to remove any fall out from the eyeshadow. This is my top tip for wedding make-up as the camera picks up everything!
- Use the Buff Camera Ready Primer to smooth out the skin and prepare it for the base. Apply the HD Foundation in light motions with a brush. If you buff this into the skin well it gives the appearance of an airbrush finish.
- Once you have applied the foundation conceal underneath the eyes and any blemishes.
- To set your flawless face, a light dusting of the Buff Mineralise Powder is recommended.
- Highlight above the cheek bones with the Mineral Icing Sugar, this gives a gorgeous dewy glow. Don’t forget your Melba blusher for a fresh hint of colour.
- For the lips apply Sweetie Pie Gloss
- Finish off this look by applying ‘Naturally you’ blusher to the apples of the cheeks.
- If you have any questions or perhaps you use a different brand and would like to know substitutes please comment below!
Let me know what you think of the look and whether this is something that you will be trying on your next night out 🙂
Lots of love,