Ghost Song – Winter Makeup Tutorial feat. Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance + Kat Von D Metal Matte

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Welcome back! I was feeling really inspired by these pictures of this winter scene shown below, and I wanted to create a makeup look using some of the shades found in the pictures.

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I wanted to use mauves, warm peaches and shimmer to make a soft and in my opinion wearable smoky eye.

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If you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below!  photo LITTLEDR3AMS 26_zpsauxfar1w.jpg

The first palette I used was the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance

I have already got my brows on and eyes primed. Then I went in with Tempera from the Modern Renaissance and laid it down from lid to brow bone to create a nice smooth canvas.
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Next up I took Buon Fresco into the crease and blended out to create depth and as a transition. I love this shade, it’s a soft dusty pinky mauve.
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Next, I grabbed the Kat Von D Beauty Metal Matte Palette.

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Kat Von D Metal Matte

With the shade Velvet (Matte plum)  on a small pointed crease brush, I applied Velvet into the crease and blended it out into Buon Fresco. I kept most the pigment on the outer corner, keeping it dark and adding some drama.
 photo COOL WINTER 2_zpshxs4n7ic.pngThen on a flat brush, I applied Volt just on the outer part of the lid and blending it in slightly. Then I took a Vermeer from the Modern Renaissance on the inner corner and blended it into Volt.
 photo COOL WINTER 1_zpsvzbt5biy.pngTo warm up the transition I tool Fringe from the Metal Matte on a fluffy brush around the edges. cool-winter-8Lastly, for the eyeshadow I took Buon Fresco along the lower lashline and smoked it out, then on a pencil brush I applied Volt on the outer portion and blended it inward. I finished the shadow off with Vermeer on the inner corner.
 photo COOL WINTER 3_zpsvzy676dw.pngIn the waterline, I applied Nyx Wonder Pencil in light to really open the eye and applied a few coats of L’Oreal Voluminous Feline Mascara.

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L’Oreal Voluminous Feline

And that’s the eyes done.
 photo COOL WINTER 8_zpshuhjdude.pngOn the lips, I used Glips Matte Lipstick in Cupcake.

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Glips Lipstick in Cupcake

20170110_065155Here’s the finished look and the details on the other products I used are listed below.
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Eyelid Primer: ELF Primer

Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade in Taupe + Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance – Warm Taupe + Cyprus Umber

Primer: Studio Gear Review here:

Review here: Studio Gear Prime Objective Skin Perfecting Face Primer Review

Foundation: L’Oreal Infallible Pro Glow

Review Here: L’oreal Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation Review + Demo

Concealer: Maybelline Age Rewind + Nyx Gotcha Covered

Setting Powder: Covergirl Advance Radiance

Contour: Sephora Blush in Tranquil + Nyx Sculpt & Highlight Duo in Taupe/Ivy

Finishing Powder: Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Diffused Light

Blush: Tarte Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Blush in Memorable 

Highlight: Hourglass Ambient Strobe Lighting Powder in Iridescent 

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