Advertisements

Makeup Bingo with the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Vault Collection

This post may contain affiliate or referral codes, meaning I do receive a small compensation based off them. Which helps support the blog and continue bringing the you new content. I appreciate your support and if I have a code that helps save you money as well, those will be mentioned whenever applicable.

I can’t remember where I first saw this challenge. Basically it’s you use a number generator to determine what shadows in a palette you have to use to create a look. Since I just got the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Vault Collection, I thought it would be a fun to attempt this challenge using all four of the palettes. I did one generator focused on the palettes (1-4) each referring to the palettes in the order I reviewed them. Then another one that’s 1-10 referring to the shadows in that palette. I ran both of these generators six times since on average that’s generally the number of shadows I use in an eyeshadow look.

Morphe Vault Collection

And here are my relates from the generation:

  • From Dark Magic Magic we will be using Powercut (metallic silver) and Shhh (matte dusty taupe).
  • From Ring the Alarm we will be using Boom (shimmering blushed bronze).
  • From Bling Boss we will be using Berry Treasure (glittering charcoal black) and Glitz & Glam (shimmering rose gold).
  • From Armed & Gorgeous will be using Gilt Trip (gold leaf shimmer).

So almost all metallic or shimmer expect for one shade… that being Shhh. Also starting out I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with Powercut as it’s the only true cool tone in the palette since Shhh got used as a base all over the lid. I ended up mixing it in with Gilt Trip for the inner corner. I’ve never done one of these before but instead of a video tutorial, I took a picture after every step. Let me know if you would like more of these in the future.

Step One: Applied the shade Shhh across the crease to add some depth and a stage ground for the entire look.

 

Step 2: Took the shade Berry Treasure on the outer half/corner to create depth. I figured once placing the shimmers on top it would overpower them or look off so I decided to do this step first. Normally in a look this is the last step for me.

Step 3: Apply Power cut on the inner corner of the eyes so hopefully the silver cool tone doesn’t look off in the overall look.

Step 4: Next I applied Glitz & Glam to the inner one third of the lid to start this super metallic/shimmer shade.

Step 5: Applied the shade Boom to the middle of the lid to capture the final super metallic look. Normally I would not use this much metallic but I like how these two metallic shades look next to each other on the lid.

Step 6: For the final shade, we had Gilt Trip which I ended up adding as a brow highlight and on the upper inner corner leaving the lower half to be Power Cut all on it’s own.

Step 7: Final touches being thick eyeliner, mascara, and brows.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

Join the Howl of the Pack today by subscribing! Or support this blog over on Patreon so I can continue to put out quality content for you! To stay updated on everything I’m doing, follow me on Twitter as that’s where I post quick updates. Also, if you like this post, let me know in the comment section, it really helps me figure out what content you guys appreciate. Don’t be shy I would love to hear from you!

Advertisements
Follow:
Share:

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Join Howl Pack via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 2,159 other subscribers

%d bloggers like this: