I did a full post on the entire routine because I have changed a few products up, too! Hope you enjoy this look!
As always, I prime my eyes with a concealer and set with a translucent powder. This gives you a nice even canvas for the colors to blend on! I used a total of four eyeshadows for the lid: Make Up Geek Tiki Hut, Dirty Martini & Shimmamint and Morphe Eyeshadow ES19 (Dirty Martini). I love both of these brands for eyeshadows! They are totally affordable, but amazing quality! (If you’re in the market for new make up definitely check them out!)
I used Tiki hut (the only brown) as my transition color and blended it using a Sigma E40 brush into the crease. Then I went in with my Sigma E25 (denser brush) and used Make Up Geek Dirty Martini into the outer corner, lower in the crease and also into the inner corners. This is what starts to create the halo look. I then went in with a Make Up Geek Outer V brush (pointier, denser) to really deepen that dark green.
Using a Sigma E57, I put the Morphe ES19 shadow onto the center of my lids. I also sprayed my brush with a setting spray to give the shadow a shinier appearance. I then used my finger to put the lightest green, Make Up Geek Shimmamint, directly in the center of the lids on top of the other shimmery green. I went over each step as needed until I achieved the color that I wanted!
Next steps for eyes are the usual: winged liner, curl the lashes and Arbonne It’s a Long Story Mascara!
I decided to use a Sigma Flat-top Kabuki to apply my foundation today. This gives a little more coverage which I wanted since I was using a thinner foundation than usual. I went with my L’Oreal True Match Lumi foundation because I have a bit of a tan (this color was still a little too light!) and my MAC Pro-Longwear Concealer. I also added some of my usual Urban Decay Naked concealer to the inner part of my under eyes, and to the other points of my face that I usually highlight with concealer.
I used my dampened Real Techniques beauty sponge to blend the concealers because they were a little thick and I wanted to really make them melt into my skin. I set all of the concealer with my translucent setting powder as usual.
I used a darker bronzer for my contour today called Bahama Mama by the Balm. This is another affordable, good quality brand! I then used MAC Melba for my blush which I apply a bit further back on my cheekbones and blend with my contour. I also wanted a nice golden highlight for my cheekbones, nose and cupids bow, and for that I used Becca x Jaclyn Hill Prosecco Pop.
Set that all with a setting spray and you are done! I love the way that this look turned out and can’t wait to try it again soon! Have a great weekend, everyone!