Dazzling Purple : Bold Eyes

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Guess what guys! Today is my Birthday!! Happy 24th Birthday to me. I feel so blessed to live another year and to have all these new opportunities that have come. I can’t believe that I am 24 already which means i’m almost 30 and there isn’t any time for any games haha. But for today I created this bold eye look using my new Moprhe 35P palette I got about a week ago. I told you guys I was going to start incorporating more color into my looks which is going to be very fun! Before we get into this post I do have an announcement that I would love to share with you all, and that is I finally uploaded my very first youtube video !! I am so happy that I finally got it done. All thanks to my best friend Stephanie because as a birthday gift she got me the major equipment that I needed in order to film.So I am extremely grateful to her for that. I will link the video down below. I am still working on figuring out a schedule so once I have made up I mind of course I will let everyone know on here as well as social media. So enough rambling lets get on to the look.

 

 

 

Morphs 35P Palette

 

 

You know the drill eyebrows are done, eye lids are primed, we got some tape on the edges to have a sharp look. And for my transition shade I used a camel color and placed that into the crease. Then I went ahead with the light pink mauve shade and just built that color up into the crease as well because I will be going in with a darker color next.

 

Taking the fourth color in the third row I will then place that directly into the crease again. But I am blending this color out a lot because I don’t want it to be too harsh towards the inner portion of the eye. I want to keep all the darkness on the outer portions.

Then going in with the last shade in the fourth row I will place that purple shade all over the lid. It looks messy but I will blend out everything together.

 

Then going back in with that third crease color I will blend out the lid color and crease color together. I will also darken up the outer portions of the eyes. And I will just keep on blending until it all comes together nicely.

To add more drama to the look I took the shimmery purple shade in the first row(last color) and just placed that into the center of the eyes. I did apply some MAC fix plus to the brush to make it pop more. Once I was finished with my foundation routine I did take a hot pink color from the Jaclyn Hill Favorites Palette and smoke out the bottom lash line with that color.

 

And here we have the final look guys 🙂 I hope you enjoyed this and be sure to check out my new video which I will link at the end of this post. 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

Until Next Time Dolls !!

Xoxo__ Kris!!

 

 

 

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Products Used: 

Kiss Eyebrow Kit

NYX Shadow Base – Skin tone

Morphe 35P Palette

Jaclyn Hill Favorites Palette

Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara

Ardell Duo Lash Glue (Black)

Ardell Demi Wispie Lashes

NK Eyeliner Black

Maybelline Master Prime Primer – Blur and Illuminate

Maybelline Dream Velvet Foundation – 95 Coconut

Maybelline SP Better Skin Concealer – Dark

Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit Medium to Tan – Peaches n Cream to Highlight and Espresso to contour

Rimmel Stay Matte Powder – Transparent

Milani Rose Blush – 08 Tea Rose

Jaclyn Hill x Becca Highlighter – Champagne Pop

Airspun Loose Face Powder – Extra Coverage Translucent

Jordana Lip Liner – Coco Loco

Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick – Lolita

Mac Fix Plus to set the face

 

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