Hourglass No. 28 Primer
CoverFX N35, N60 Custom Drops
Inglot Bronzing Powder
NARS "Orgasm" Blush
MAC "Blunt" Blush
Sigma Beauty "Gilded" Loose Shimmer
RCMA No Color Powder
Sephora "Blonde" Brow Thickener
Anastasia Beverly Hills "Chocolate" Tinted Brow Gel
Benefit "Medium Brown" Gimme Brow
MAC 24 Hour Eye Base
MAC "Tan" Pigment
Illamasqua "Servant" Eyeshadow
Sephora Lashcraft Mascara
Sephora "Classic Pink", "Deep Ruby" Lip Liners
Covergirl "Whipped Berry" Colorlicious Gloss
Hi! Pinks! And a couple of new, awesome products I'm using in this look that I loooove. More below.
1) On a recent excursion to the mall, I popped into Sephora (naturally). Casual browsing brought me to the CoverFX section. Initially I was just looking for their illuminating drops, but they were out of stock. I started swatching some of the foundations and eventually settled on N60 to mix with my usual N35, since my Puerto Rico tan has lasted well into winter. I had been thinking about getting a darker color regardless for more accurate foundation mixing. I do a primary base of N35 with a couple drops of N60 to deepen it. It looks really natural and I'm honestly surprised that I had to purchase a darker foundation well into winter.
2) Since lightening my hair, I've found that my usual brow products seem too dark and heavy. I love this Sephora brand brow product and I decided to get both the blonde and medium brown options. The blonde one applies a bit softer and I can darken as I like with other products.
Product pimping aside, I really like this look! I love the pink tones, they're kinda cute and springy. MAC Tan pigment flashes metallic mauve or salmon in the right lighting. It's one of my favorite MAC products. For this look, I mixed it with Inglot's Duraline mixing medium to liquify it and give the metallic finish a more intense shine. I patted it onto the lid and then blended the matte Servant shadow by Illamasqua down from the brow bone to meet the edge of Tan. Some feminine pink lips tied the whole face together. I mixed a couple Sephora lip liners together, blending in from the lip line onto the lips themselves and then swiping a gloss on top for some color and shine.
Thanks for reading! Bye.