3 Looks 1 Palette: UOMA Beauty Allure Black Magic Color Palette

Going through the newest palettes in my collections the next up is the UOMA Beauty Allure Black Magic Color Palette, which is the second palette I have used from this new brand in Ulta. I am not doing a review of the palette in this post, if you would like to see one just let me know. Instead I’m just going to share three of the looks I created using this palette.

Here are the description of the shades as I will just be referring to the shadows by name in each of the looks:

  • Lady Of Gold (shimmery white turns to gold)
  • Divine (shimmery deep gold)
  • Mystical (shimmery lime green)
  • Allure (shimmery green gold)
  • Enchantress (shimmery bright gold)
  • Romantic (matte light pink)
  • Love (burnt blush)
  • Osun (matte yellow)
  • Lush (matte army green)
  • Opulence (matte royal purple)

Look 1: Enchantress Love

To create this look I started with Osun across my entire lids and crease then blended it up to my brows with Lady of Gold. In the outer corner and up into the crease I used the shade Love mixed with Opulence. Next using my fingers I used Enchantress on the inner third of my lids then Divine in the outer half. Taking some more Love to blend out with the outer corner. Next I used some more Lady of Gold for the inner corner. And underneath my lash line I used the two matte shades: Osun and Love. Next for the water line I used ColourPop Creme Gel Pencil Liner in Crssd which is a neon yellow shade. As for lashes I’m wearing Azeredo Cosmetics Doll Lashes and have on Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Confused.

Look 2: Forest Green Moment

The next look I did using this palette was focused around the green tones in the palette. Started out with Lush throughout the entire crease, inner, and outer corner. Next I blended that towards my brow using Osun followed by Lady of Gold for the brow highlight. Next I used a mixture of Mystical and Allure on the center of my lids. Then I went back in with some more Lush on the inner corner and Opulence on the outer corner to create a halo effect though you can’t really tell as I did it extremely lightly on the inner corner. Next I used a fluffy brush to blend out Osun in my lower lash line to start the blend then used Lush on the inner half and Opulence in the outer. To make the water line match I used ColourPop Creme Gel Pencil Liners in Fast Lane (forest green) and Best O (maroon purple). Then I applied Azeredo Cosmetics Legendary Lashes and used some Lady of Gold for a inner corner highlight to complete out the eyes. On my lips I’m wearing ColourPop x Becky G Ultra Satin Lip in Mija.

Look 3: Divine Romantic

And this is the final look that I created using the Allure palette. I started out with the shade Romantic throughout my entire crease then layered up with Love in the outer and inner corner. Next I used Divine on the center of the lid with a touch of Lady of Gold in the center. I also used that shade to highlight my brow bone and inner corner of my eye. Underneath my lash line I used a mixture of Romantic then smudged out the lower lashes with Romantic mixed with Opulence. Lastly I used Opulence to make the inner and outer corner deepen. In the waterline I used ColourPop Creme Gel Liner in Best O and applied a generous amount of Essence Volume Stylist Mascara instead of using false lashes. And I have on Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Human Nature on my lips to complete out the look.


Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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