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Hi everyone! This is my second holiday look that I`ll be wearing for the holidays. If you missed out on my first Holiday look, please click /viz/fotd-holiday-look-1. These are the only two looks I`ll be posting as these are the two I will be wearing myself and I`m horrible at coming up with new looks. This look is great for the Christmas holiday because it features green shimmer and a red-based brown. It`s actually one eyeshadow so this look is quick and easy.
Face Products: - Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation in W2 Linen - Milani Multitasking face powder in Medium to set - Wet n Wild ColorIcon bronzer in Princess (currently on clearance at CVS) to bronze and contour - Rock and Republic Contrived Pressed Blush in Bedroom - MAC Shell Pearl Beauty Powder to highlight
Eye Products: - UDPP - Revlon Luxurious Color smoky crayon in Steel Smoke all over the lid. Apply this so that it`s visible when your eyes are open. Wherever the dark base is visible is where the green shimmer will be visible. Quickly blend the edges out. - Apply Triomphe from the Sigma Beauty Paris Palette all over the lid. Blend the color up into the crease. Triomphe is simply a red-based brown with teal green shimmer and this color is really similar to MAC`s Club or Blue Brown pigment. There are so many companies who have a shade like this. Simply blending the color up past the dark base gives this gradient smoky effect. - Apply Versailles from the Paris palette onto the inner crease - Apply Walk of Shame from the Naked Basics palette onto the crease to blend out the red color and tone it down a bit - Apply Eiffel from the Paris palette into the outer corner for a little depth - Bobbi Brown`s Long Wearing Gel Eyeliner in Black Ink - L`Oreal Voluminous Waterproof mascara - Brows: Rimmel brow pencil in Black Brown, then further shaped and filled in with a matte dark brown eyeshadow
Lip Products: - Revlon Lip Butter in Creme Brulee I have a ton of these red-based browns with green shimmer and never wore any of them because the red base was just too strong. Applying a dark base under the shade really absorbs a lot of the redness and makes the green shine through. This look is great for the holidays because it incorporates holiday colors without looking too childish. Thanks for reading! What will you be wearing for the holidays? All images and content are my own. Please do not use or take without permission. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://seralina.blogspot.com/2012/02/blog-sale.html Did you know there`s going to be another Bay Area Luuux Meet Up? Check out Mica G`s post /viz/another-bay-area-meet for all the details!