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Grey Eyes and Side braid!

Hey girls,

Finally, the blogger is working. The first thing I did was to write a post :D

So, I asked you all a question on my facebook page, about my next blog post? This is it! A blog post of a makeup tutorial, using Bhcosmetics 88 Standard Matte Palette. I ordered it when they were having 25% off on their website. I will come up with the palette's review in my next blog post.

This is the look I created using Bhcosmetics Matte palette.

 The eyes are little dramatic and smokey. That is why I have kept rest of the face neutral.

For face I used:
1. Luscious Flawless Foundation - Sand.
2. Luscious Compact Powder - No.2.
3. Rimmel Concealer - Natural Beige.
4. Christine Contouring powder.
5. Luscious Blush - Sparkle.

For eyes:
1. NYX Jumbo pencil - Milk.
2. Bhcosmetics - 88 Standard Matte Palette.
3. Gel eye liner.
5. Karaja - Lash Design Mascara.

For lips:
1. Maybelline Lipstick - Tasseled Taupe.
2. NYX Mega shine lip gloss - Smokey Look.

I have used 2 shades of grey, lighter one for tear duct, darker one in the middle, blending it with the lighter one. Then, I also used a shade of purple after the dark grey, to give some color. Black for the outer v, for the smokey look. Light brown for the crease and off white for the browbone.

If you watched or watch the show, " Pretty Little Liars", one of the girls named Spencer Hastings made this style of side braid in one of the episode. I LOVED it! Perfect for spring and summers. Side braids are in style now. I tried it and here it is. It is very simple, if you know how to make french braid. Do a side part, take your hair and start braiding, pulling the hair from the side into the braid. Try it, and share the picture of your braid on my facebook page HERE

TIP: When applying bronzer, do not rub the brush (go back and forth) on the cheeks like how you do for the blush. Hold the brush from the very back and apply the bronzer in swirling motion, to create a natural bronzy tanned look. You can see how natural the bronzer looks on my cheeks.

I hope you liked the tutorial. :)


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