Makeup Look: Bronze Eyes and Blood Red Lips

Hi guys!

I’m back with another post for you!

FYI my post schedule will now be Thursdays and Sundays so hopefully I can manage that on top of work and study!

Todays post is a makeup look I wore yesterday. I don’t get to wear fun makeup during the week, so I love doing fun looks on the weekends. For this look the star products were the Morphe 35O palette and Jeffree Star Unicorn Blood. Read on to see the look ❤

Products used:


L to R: Morphe 35O palette, Maybelline Dream Lumi in Radiant, Tarte Maracuja concealer, Benefit Roller Lash, Makeup Geek Spell Bound blush, Jeffree Star Unicorn Blood, Rimmel Scandaleyes in Nude, Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow in Auburn,  Illamasqua cream pigment in Hollow, Urban Decay Naked Skin, Benefit Gimme Brow in Light/medium, The Balm Mary Lou-manizer. I also used Clarins Beauty Flash Balm, NARS Pro-prime eye primer, Inglot Mattifying pressed powder, MAC Emphasize sculpting powder, Skindinavia Oil Control setting spray (not pictured).



To create this look I first applied the cream shade in the top left corner all over the lids and up to the brow using a fluffy brush as a base over the primer. Next I buffed the warm brown in the middle of the 2nd top row into the crease and outer corners, before going in with the light brown on the left of the middle row. I then intensified this with the chocolate brown in the very middle of the palette, buffing it into the outer corners and up into the crease. I then added some of the red toned brown on the right side of the 2nd bottom row to the outer corners, and worked the shimmery copper beside it all over the lid. I also added a small amount of the rose gold above that to the center of my lid. For the bottom lashline I first worked in the light brown on the left of the middle row, and then went in with the red toned brown on the right of the 2nd bottom row closer to the lashline. To highlight I used the same cream shade from the start to highlight the browbone, and used Mary Lou-manizer on the inner corners. I finished off with nude eyeliner in the waterline and some mascara. I wasn’t feeling eyeliner, but you could definitely use some if you like!

What do you think of this look? Would you wear it?

I’ve been loving this palette lately so expect to see some more looks featuring it!

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