I’ve raved about the $5 ColourPop So Quiche Supershock Shadow in the past, so it was only a matter of time before I sat myself down in front of the camera to show you how pretty these cream/mousse shadows are! Keep reading to check out the full product breakdown used to get this look…
on the face:
Apply Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation to even out the skin (I used shade 6 here). Use IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye to conceal dark circles (used Medium). Set with MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural powder where needed (used Medium Plus). Warm up the skin using MAC’s Gingerly blush and highlight the tops of the cheekbones, tip of the nose and above the brows with Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed highlighter in Opal.
on the eyes:
Suuuuper easy! Use any bronzer you own and a fluffy brush through the crease. This helps eradicate that obvious line where one shadow shade ends and another begins. Take your ring finger and apply ColourPop’s So Quiche on the lid. Keep building up color until your desired effect. I used about three layers for this look. Use a black liquid liner to make a thin line on the upper lash line and to add subtle definition, add an olive green eyeliner to the lower lash line (or leave it blank with just some mascara for a more casual look). Finish off with some L’Oreal Telescopic Carbon Black mascara and fill in your brows with your brow product of choice (I used IT Cosmetics Brow Power in Universal Taupe).
on the lips:
A quick swipe of NARS Audacious Lipstick in Barbara and you’re good to go. These lipsticks are crazy pigmented, super creamy and last a heck of a long time. This has been one of my favorite lipstick shades this year!
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