Daytime Spotlight Eyes

I fancied doing a bit of a glam daytime look this time.  It’s subtle but it definitely made me feel glamorous!


I primed my face with Sleek Control Shine & Prime, used my Makeup Academy Colour Corrector palette under my eyes and to cover redness.  I primed my eyelids with Mac painterly paint pot.  Then I set my face with Urban Decay De-Slick mattifying face powder.


For my eyes I used the Sephora Primal palette.  I put the pink shimmery shade all over my lid, then I put Faint from the Urban Decay Basics palette in and slightly above my crease.  Then I took a plum shimmery shade on the outer third of my eye and into my crease.  Lots of blending all along.  Then to add a spotlight to the centre of my lid I used a peachy shimmery shade, blending it in lightly with the other shadows.  You can check out the video below to see all this in action – it’ll make perfect sense then!  I lined along my top lash line using the plum shade and along the outer third of my lower lash line.  I blended this out slightly.  I lined the outer third of my lower waterline with the Stargazer kohl pencil in 35, I also did my top waterline.  For mascara I went with Makeup Revolution Amazing Volume mascara on my top lashes – two coats and then Lancome Hypnose volume mascara on my outer lower lashes.


I used Benefit Big Beautiful Eyes palette, taking the darkest brown shade through my brows, followed by L’Oreal Brow Artist Plumper to set it in place.  I contoured with NYX blush in Taupe in the hallow of my cheeks and my jawline and lightly up into my hairline.  For cheeks I used two blushes.  I started with Soap & Glory Love At First Blush and topped it off with elf Berry Merry.  For lips again I mixed two products. Wet n Wild These Adobe Walls lipstick as my base and then Jordana Twist & Shine in Honey Love over the top.


And we’re done!  If you’ve any questions please shout.
Thank you for reading!


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