My 1960’s inspired look. I thought about what my mom said she wore, and how she did her makeup in the 1960’s when she was in high school. She was really into British fashion, and mod style. So I took a bit of her and a bit of Megan Draper and came up with this look.
On the eyes, I used a matte gray into the crease and created a soft cut crease. Then carved out the lid using a white eyeliner and set it with a white shadow with a baby blue shift. I added a dramatic wing with gel liner and perfected it with liquid liner. Then I shadowed the wing with a white liner.
I finished off with mascara and white liner in the waterline.
I went with a pale peach lip, no contour or highlight, just a peach blush. I kept the skin more natural to be authentic.
Products used:Foundation: Make Up For Ever Ultra HD in 120 = y245Concealer: Revlon Color Stay Face Powder: Covergirl ADVANCED RADIANCE AGE-DEFYING PRESSED POWDERBrows: Beautique Brow Pencil Natural BlondeBlush: Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in DeservingLiner: Sephora Collection Outrageous Intense Waterproof Gel EyelinerEye Shadow: Tarte Gift Set Lipstick: Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipstick in Noble
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