Pink Eye? Oh, It’s just Maybelline Pure Pigment in “Pink Rebel!”

Hello loves, long time no… type? Let me start by apologizing for my absence, I was busy with finals and such things at school the past few weeks, BUT now it is summer!!! I will try to do at least two posts a week, it just depends on what you guys would like to see!☺

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First step, SKIN! I used my Almay Clear Complexion foundation and applied it with my beauty blender. Then, I took my Rimmel Wake Me Up concealer on any blemishes and under my eyes. I used my Touche Eclat to brighten my complexion, and map out where my highlighter would later go. 

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To start the eyes off, I took my Revlon Wild Orchids quad and applied the lightest shade as a base. I then took the Maybelline pigment in “Pink Rebel” and patted that onto my eyelid. Then, blend, blend, blend!!! Repeat this process until you are satisfied with the pigmentation of the pigment. Image

Then I added a light wing of eyeliner to my lids. 

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The finishing touch was a touch of mascara on the bottom and top lashes! You should be looking like this by now…

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Now, on to the CHEEKS! First matteify your skin with the Rimmel Stay Matte powder and a fluffy powder brush. Then, grab a quiet orchid shade blush, and apply to the apples of your cheeks. After that, bring color back to your skin and use your favorite bronzer to contour and bronze up your skin. For the contour, make sure you BLEND, also, it needs to have a matte finish! Finally on the cheeks, apply M.A.C.’s Soft&Gentle MSF to the places we earlier applied the Touche Eclat, the highlights of your face.

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Finally, add any nude lip product! I went for my favorite at the moment, which is Tanya Burr’s gloss in Chic. 

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Well, there it is! I hope you all enjoyed it! I think it is a super fun, easy way to rock the pink eyeshadow look. Let me know in the comments what you would like to see me do next! G’nite darlings! 

ModMali☺

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