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One of my favorite go-to palettes when I’m getting ready in the morning for work is Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam palette. It has a mixture of neutrals and rust tones, which are among my favorite colors from makeup to fashion. So next up in my revisiting my collection to create three looks using a single palette, I went with this staple one.
Look 1: Sultry Mulberry
The first look I did was focused around the shade Mulberry in the palette with a semi-cut crease style. I started out with Tempera and Dusty Rose all over my lids and crease, before layering on Mulberry in the crease and outer corner. Then I took a mixture of Sultry and Bronze across the lids. To make sure Mulberry still popped I used more of that in the outer corner with a touch of Noir. Then I took Dusty Rose and Mulberry to smoke out the lower lash line. Next I took some Glistening to the inner corner mixed with my highlight of the day Black Moon Cosmetics Moonlight in Centipede. Then to add a pop of glitter I used the ColourPop x Zoella Supernova Shadow in OG to create a little line along the beginning part of my crease. And finished up the look using Azeredo Cosmetics Irresistible Lashes. On my lips I have on Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Unicorn Blood.
Look 2: Smokey Rose
This look uses a lot of similar shades as the previous one along with a similar style in how I applied the eyeshadow as it’s my staple way of doing any look on a daily basis. Of course I did change a few details regarding the look so I think it’s different enough that it’s fine to include in this post. To begin with I took the shade Rose Pink across my entire lid then used Mulberry to smoke out the outer corner with Dusty Rose going into the crease. Then I went to church for a bit as it was Easter and came back to finish it off. To do that I used my NYX Epic Ink Liner to create a cat wing then smoked it out using Noir. To deepen the lids I added a bit of Sultry and added a pop of purple using the ColourPop Supernova Shadow in Moonlit. Next I smoked out the lower lash line with Noir and Mulberry. And added Ofra Cosmetics Highlighter in Pillow Talk to the inner corner of my eyes and Irresistible Lashes from Azeredo Cosmetics. Lastly to keep the focus on the eyes I wore Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Celebrity Skin.
Look 3: Pop of Gold
I started this look out using Orange Soda around my entire lid and crease, then layered the crease up with a gradient of Burnt Orange and Sienna. After I used Cyprus Umber in the outer corner then used Bronze across my lids. Next, I smoked out the lower lash line using Rustic. To finish up the look as far as eyeshadow is concerned I used a bit of Fairy in the inner corner and to highlight the brow bone. Then I applied NYX Epic Ink Liner for a little cat flick before taking ColourPop x Disney Jelly Much Shadow in Cursed to add a pop of gold in the crease and around the liner. Then I popped on a pair of Azeredo Cosmetics Irresistible Lashes and Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Ashton on my lips.
WHICH LOOK WAS YOUR FAVORITE?
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