Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Snow Queen Tutorial

If you're like me, winter is your favorite time of year. In my opinion the clothes are better, the
makeup lasts longer and the whole world turns a little bit magic. That is just my opinion of course. There are a lot of people who dislike it, but for those of you who love it I thought Halloween may be a fun time to pay tribute to the most wonderful time of the year.
1) To start with I used my Becca: Backlight Priming Filter. 
2) Then I used the Becca: Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme.
3) I decided to cream contour with the Bobbi Brown: Skin Foundation Stick in Almond from my BBU Palette.
4) Then I concealed under my eyes using the Nars: Radiant Creamy Concealer in Vanilla.
I decided that this would be a perfect time to bring out the Tarte: Light Of The Party Collector's Makeup Case. Full review here.
5) Using Tartini #1 in the crease after priming the lid with Eden from Urban Decay.
6) Then a pressed Fizz The Season #2 lower lid space.
7) I then mixed It's Snow Time #3 and In A Flurry #4 in the inner corner and on the brow bone as a highlight. (Let's just pause a moment and appreciate the names of the shadows!)
8) Lasty I took Mulled Wine #5 on a fine angled brush, followed by Midnight Kiss #6 along the outer half of my lash upper lash line to thicken the look of my lashes.
9) I popped Amazed Blush, from the Tarte set, just on the apples of my cheeks to create a flushed-from-the-cold look.
10) I then used the Becca: Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured in Pearl. I used my fingers to apply this as the warmth from them tends to spread cream products easier.
11) I then used Pink Champagne highlighter, from the set, to highlight even more creating a high beam effect.
12) On my lashes I used Benefit Roller Lash and then I used Duo Lash lash glue to apply long Ardell individual lashes.
13) Using Urban Decay: 24/7 Glide On Pencil in Ransom (discontinued) to create a purple snowflake on the cheek. Following up with Urban Decay: Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Distortion on top of the snowflake.
14) I then did half snowflake designs on the outer corners of my eyes with the glitter liner.
15) The final touch is to apply Kat Von D: Studded Kiss Lipstick in Coven. I wanted a twinkling gloss on top so I have a throw back for you...LipSmackers Vanilla Frosting Lipgloss.

And that is the finished look! I hope you like it, and honestly, you could skip a couple steps and 
wear this as an actual look. I hope you like the look and that if nothing else it gives you some inspiration. I have some more looks coming for you, so don't forget to follow me here or on my social media, if you're not already, so you don't miss a thing. 

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