Glamour mask make up for green eyes 💚
So working full time hours in a retail store I’m in a mask 8 or 9 hours a day during my shift. Because of this I really like to play up my eyes but still keep them a little on the glam side since I can’t pair the look with a lipstick. I’ve also really been loving keeping my brows more natural looking to soften up the look as a whole since you can only see half my face. For this look I used the MORPHE - 18B Makin' Bank Artistry Palette which I think is completely worth it if you like green eyeshadows (very much so like myself). For a Morphe palette these are all very pigmented, buttery, and blendable. I used the shade Deposits on the lid, Check Please (which is by far the best crease color I’ve ever found), C-Note in the crease, and Stacks on the outer lid. With the shade Deposit I like taking it on the inner portion of the lid but bringing it above the crease to open up the lid and give it that glamour look. I also took KVD VEGAN BEAUTY - Metal Crush Eyeshadow in the shade Thunderstruck over the Deposit to give it a little sparkle. A new productive I discovered recently as well is the new benefit - Brow Microfilling Pen which I think is fabulous! I showed a swatch of it in the shade Dark Brown and time be honest it’s really light but I like it because it creates beautiful lines in the brows that give them a more natural look then you can with a pomade. It’s really easy to use and with it being a less opaque formula there is a lot of room for error. Lately I’ve been brushing benefit - Gimme Brow+ Volumizing Eyebrow Gel all through my brows and then taking the new pencil and brushing that through the beginning and arch to fill in the sparse spots I have. An eye focused look isn’t complete without a wing. I usually do a larger wing with the Too Faced - Better Than Sex Easy Glide Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner which is perfect for any winged liner fan! The brush tip makes it so easy to create a flawless wing. I have oily, hooded eyelids and this stuff stays on all day until I’m ready to take it off. It doesn’t crease at all. Then I pair it off with my trusty benefit - Roller Lash Curling Mascara and it’s the perfect glamour look to play up the eyes when half your face is covered in a mask 🖤 #CheriePartner
MORPHE-18B Makin' Bank Artistry Palette
winged liner in under a minute!
winged liner is one of my favorite makeup steps ever! I know there’s some hesitation for a lot of people, so I wanted to film this simple tutorial to show that it’s really easy! anyone can master it. in the video, I’m looking down into a mirror, I often look up to make sure the liner is turning out the way I want it. when doing this at home. you can check your work by simply stepping back from your mirror. step 1. I start my liner on the outside half of my eye. I have round eyes, and I don’t want to emphasize that roundness, so I keep the liner on the outside corner to emphasize length. step 2. I draw a straight line parallel to the ground. step 3. I draw another line, from the bottom of my eye straight up, at the angle I want my wing. step 4. connect both lines. step 5. from the furthest point, bring the liner all the way back to your first point. step 6. fill in! step 7. if you want a longer wing, you simply flick your liner from the wing you’ve already created. I used CLIO - Waterproof Pen Liner Kill which I like because it’s VERY sharp, but a softer black color. if you’re just learning how to do wings this is a good option!
CLIO-Waterproof Pen Liner Kill