beauty, makeup

Makeup Tutorial: Colourpop Element of Surprise

Hey yall! I finally have another makeup tutorial! For this look I used the Colourpop Element of Surprise Palette.

photo from colourpop.com

 

For this look I used Labyrinth (second row, last shade) as my transition color, then I went in with Silk Street (first row, third shade) in the crease. I added Blank Canvas (last row, first shade) to the outer corner to deepen. Then I applied NYX Glitter Eyeshadow Primer and patted on Rayon (first row, last shade) on the outer portion of my lid, Subdue (second row, second shade) in the center, and Feels (first row, first shade) on the inner portion of my lid. I also applied Feels to my inner corner for highlight. The lower lashline is a combination of Labyrinth and Silk Street. I absolutely love how this look came out. The duochrome shimmers are gorgeous! Also, this is such an affordable palette at only $16!

 

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Full makeup details: 

Primer– Dr. Brandt Pores No More Luminizer Primer all over with Strivectin LINEblurFector Instant Wrinkle Blurring Primer only in my t-zone.

Foundation– Nars Radiant Longwear Foundation in the shade Mont Blanc

Undereye Concealer- Tarte Shape Tape in shade Fair Neutral

Bronzer/Contour- Pur Cosmetics Sculptor Palette in the shade Inventor

Highlighter– Laura Geller Diamond Dust Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator

Blush– Too Faced Luminous Peach from the La Belle Carousel holiday collection

Mascara– Stila Huge

Brows– The Brow Gal Instatint Eyebrow Gel in shade Brown Hair 02

Setting Powder– Pretty Vulgar The Powder Room

Lips– Bodyography Lip Liner in the shade Timber topped with Tarte Glitter Lip Paint in the shade Insta-Famous

Lastly, I set all my makeup with the Mario Badescu Rosewater Facial Spray.

 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Berry eye looks are some of my favorites to do!

 

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