Fun Copper & Lavender Makeup Look

You Jeaniez know I am fond of three types of makeup styles. Number one being the dramatic smokey, the second being contrasting, or perhaps monochromatic hues, and lastly the style of natural barely there makeup! Since I haven’t done any CONTRASTING hues in quite some time, I decided to put together a copper and lavender makeup look, that to my surprise actually turned out quite adorable. For me, the icy hues of lavender are not very flattering just on my eyelids alone, so I thought why not pop it under my lower lash lines? It actually looked more like a highlight than anything, so in a way, this could be wearable for some depending on the occasion. Product details are below, tools used will start being featured in my next blog post! I typically leave this out since I use one brush, maybe two…as I’m fond of a clutter of products, however, if a makeup look used more than 3 tools (brushes/sponges), I will mention them as per request of you cuties. Anyhow, I TRULY hope you loves enjoy XOXO!

Product details are below, loves! Tools used will start being featured in my next blog post(s)! I typically leave this out since I use one brush, maybe two, as I’m not fond of a clutter of products, however, if a makeup look uses more than 3 tools (brushes/sponges), I will mention them as per request of you cuties. Anyhow, I TRULY hope you loves enjoy XOXO!

 Shea Moisture – 100% Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 
Foundation is a custom blend, I produced 
(used to spot conceal, not as an all over base)
Beauty Bakerie Cosmetics – Lip Whip,  Louvre Palace
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Dipbrow Pomade, Auburn
Make Up For Ever – Star Lit Liquid, Arctic White (inner corners, brow bones)

Morphe Brushes – 25A Copper Spice Eyeshadow Palette: Shade 4 (all over lids, in crease), Shade 8 (inner v, in crease), Shade 18 (center of lids, applied dry not damp)

Makeup Geek – Eyeshadow Pans/ Foiled Shadows, Day Dreamer (lower lash lines)

Laura Mercier – Caviar Stick Eye Color, Cocoa (waterlines, tightlined)
L’Oreal Makeup – Voluminous Carbon Black Volume Building Mascara 
Here is another look at the makeup! As you guys can see the copper shadow, and peachy lips counteracted the lavender tones, so instead of upstaging me, or washing me out, which lavender typically does, it instead “lifted” my features, and made my eyes stand out.
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