My Niece’s Prom Makeover – Pretty and Glowing Makeup!

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog – I’m really excited for you all to read this post as it features my first makeover on someone other than myself haha! A couple of months ago my niece Bethany asked if I would do her makeup for her school prom, and the first thing I thought was along the lines of…. “You’re that age already?!?!”. I remember my school prom like it was just yesterday, so it feels crazy to me that Beth was planning her first ever prom.


Beth came over to my place the day before her prom, so she could look through my makeup collection and we could both choose which products to use to get the look she wanted. I wanted to trial a primer and foundation on her also, to make sure it worked for her skin so that her photos would come out perfect! If you want to know how I achieved Beth’s Prom Makeover look then keep reading!

Primer – I used two different primers for Beth’s skin – I started with Smashbox Photo Finish Primer on her T Zone and then went for Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Primer on her cheeks. I chose these to combat any oil in her T Zone but to make sure her cheeks were glowing through the foundation.

Foundation – We went for Lancome Teint Miracle Bare Skin Foundation. Beth didn’t need a high coverage foundation as she doesn’t really suffer from any redness, just the occasional blemish. This worked perfectly on her skin and looked very natural.

Concealer – For under the eyes I used Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch as this is a brightening concealer, and for the occasional blemish cover up I used Mac’s Pro Longwear Concealer.

Powder – I used my trusty Rimmel Stay Matte powder on Beth’s T Zone, applying minimal powder on the cheeks as we want the cheeks to glow.

Blush – Beth absolutely loved the Benefit Sugarbomb blush as it had a beautiful sheen to it, so I applied a little pop of this onto her cheeks.

Highlighter – I chose The Balm’s Mary-Lou Manizer Highlighter and applied this to the tops of her cheekbones. This product looked absolutely stunning on her.

Bronzer – As an overall bronzer I applied the Lord and Berry Bronzer in Sienna. I then took Benefit Hula and contoured Beth’s cheeks slightly. I wanted this to be as subtle and natural as possible.

Eyebrows – I used Beth’s regular eyebrow product, Benefit Browzings in Medium. Beth has gorgeous brows anyway, so I didn’t have to do much to them!

Eyes – I delved into my Mac Palette for Beth’s look as I wanted to use the best quality eyeshadows I had. I started with Petina which I applied all over the lid, in the crease and underneath the eye. I then applied All That Glitters in the middle portion of the lid to create a really reflective effect which looked stunning. I then applied Woodwinked into the Outer V area to create a bit of depth. Beth didn’t apply a mascara until just before the event, so no mascara was worn in these pictures.

Lips – I left Beth to choose which lipstick she loved out of my Mac lipsticks, and she went for one of my all time favourites, Hot Gossip. This is a beautiful shimmery Rose Pink.

Here is the finished look!



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Glamorous Makeup Tutorial – Rose Gold Eyes with Pastel Pink Lips!

Hi everyone! Today’s blog is going to be a Spring evening makeup look consisting of rose gold eyeshadow with a pastel pink lip. This look is perfect for all this great weather we have been having lately! I used the Naked 3 palette to achieve this look but if you are looking for a cheaper alternative I would say the L’Oreal Paris Color Riche eyeshadow palette in Rose would give you a similar effect for a much cheaper price. If you would like to see how I achieved this then keep reading.


I started with the Benefit Porefessional on my T-Zone, and then applied the Stila One Step Correct Primer over my cheeks. I then let this settle into my skin before buffing the Bobbi Brown Skin foundation over my face. To conceal under my eyes and a few blemishes I used Mac’s Pro Longwear concealer. This has great coverage and you only need to use a tiny amount. I then set this with the Rimmel Stay Matte powder.

The next step was to fill in my eyebrows using the Benefit Browzings with a small angled brush, and then setting them with Benefit Gimme Brow. This makes sure they are set in place all day.

I then took Benefit Hoola bronzer to contour and add a bit of colour to my face, and then applied Benefit Dandelion blush to the apples of my cheeks. I love this blush as it’s very understated and pretty.

The next step is the eyes! I took the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette and started with the shade Limit, which is a matte muted pale lilac shade and blended this through the crease as a transition shade. I then took Nooner through the crease which is a slightly deeper matte lilac. Next, I patted Trick on the lid, which is a beautiful rose gold shade. This one is quite hard to get good colour payoff, so you really have to pack the colour onto the lid to see the effect.

Next I took the shade Strange, which is a matte white, and applied this to the brow bone to lighten this area. To darken the outer V and line the under eye area, I took the shade Liar and applied this, which is a metallic bronze/brown shade. I then took Dust (A pale glittery pink) and applied this to the inner lid area and inner corners, which gave a beautiful reflective effect. To line the upper and lower lash line, I took my Big Beautiful Eyes palette by Benefit and applied the dark matte brown shade with a liner brush. I love the natural but smokey effect that this gives, and it’s not as harsh as dark liquid liner.

I wanted big and separated lashes for this look, so I used the DiorShow Black Out Mascara. This has a very thick consistency, so be very careful when applying it to ensure it doesn’t go clumpy or get messy.

To finish off the look, I went for a nude lipstick by Mac called Creme Cup. It is a beautiful pink pale nude, which gives a glossy creamy effect on the lips. It is definitely one of the favourite nudes that I own.


Please tell me what you think about this look below, and if you recreate it please tweet me a picture at @LMMakeupBB – I would love to see your pictures! Also, don’t forget to check out my new Youtube Channel ‘Little Miss Makeup’!

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My Birthday Makeup! Glitter Cut Crease Eyes with Glamorous Red Lips!

Hi guys! So so excited to be doing this makeup tutorial as it’s been a little while since I’ve done one! This look was for my birthday, so I knew I wanted a glamorous look with glitter and classic red lips. Keep reading if you want to know how I achieved this look!


I will just be quickly going through the base, just naming the products I used, as most of it is my normal going out routine. The main focus of the tutorial is on the eyes and lips!

  • Primer – Stila One Step Correct Colour Corrector
  • Foundation – Lance Teint Miracle Bare Skin Foundation in Shade 02
  • Under Eye Concealer – Nars Creamy Concealer in Honey
  • Setting Powder – Rimmel Stay Matte Powder
  • Bronzer – Benefit Hoola
  • Blush – Benefit Hervana
  • Highlighter – The Balm Mary Lou-Manizer
  • Eyebrows – Benefit Browzings in Medium and Benefit Gimme Brow

So as I stated before, the eyes are the main focus of this look. This was my first time doing a cut-crease eye effect, so bare with me if it’s not perfect!

I started with the Smashbox Full Exposure Palette, blending the shade M3 (matte light beige) through my crease with a fluffy blending brush. I then took M2 (matte medium beige/brown) and used a tapered blending brush to bring this through the outer portion of the crease and applied it to the outer V portion of the eye.

I then applied Benefit Creaseless Eye Cream in Bikini-Tini on the lid, avoiding the section with the darker shadow on it. I applied this to avoid fall out when applying the glitter on top! It did the job very well.

After this I applied Barry M Fine Glitter Dust in FGD15 which is a light silver shade with tiny flecks of gold – It is a stunning shade! I patted this onto the areas where the Benefit Eye Cream was applied to ensure it stayed put.

I went back to my Smashbox Full Exposure Palette and took the shade M7 (matte black) to line the upper lid, bringing out into a small flick. This thin line made my eyes look so defined! I didn’t want to use gel liner so thought I would experiment and this stayed put all night! Very impressed. I then took the same shade and lined underneath my eye very slightly, nothing too bold.

The false lashes used for this look were Cheryl’s Eylure Lashes in Girls Night.

To finish off this beautiful look, I chose the classical red lipstick shade by Mac, Russian Red.




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Pretty Muted Lilac and Silver Eye Makeup Tutorial for Valentines Day!

Hi guys!

I am so excited to show you this tutorial because I was extremely happy with the end result. This is a muted lilac and silver eye makeup look with a rose pink nude lip. I wanted something that would be appropriate for Valentines day with it being sexy and smokey but pretty at the same time by not going too over the top. If you want to see how I achieved this look then keep reading!



So lets get started…


Once I had my foundation base and eyebrows sorted, I chose to use the Mary Lou Manizer highlighter by The Balm on the tops of my cheek bones. This product has a beautiful bright sheen which gives your skin some dewiness. It is one of my favourite highlighters for sure, so if you haven’t tried this out then I definitely recommend it! I then wanted to add some bronzer to my face, so I went with the Benefit Hoola bronzer, by lightly contouring my cheeks and blending it upwards. To finish off the cheeks I used a tiny bit of Benefit Sugarbomb blusher.

Then we come onto the best part, the eyes! For this makeup look i used the new Urban Decay Vice 3 palette! It has so many different shades so endless looks can be created with this product!


I started with the shade Truth on the base of the eyes, which is a matte cream shade. It is acting as the transition shade for this look to make blending a lot easier. I then went with the shade Downfall in the crease, but not going too high. Downfall is a matte light golden brown. I then used the shade Angel, which is a shimmery gold shade, on the outer V area to deepen this part. I then used a slightly darker muted lilac shade called Defy, and applied this on the outer V and through the crease. This shade also went underneath my eye lining it, with Angel added on top very lightly.

I wanted my lashes to be quite dramatic so I chose the Diorshow Blackout Mascara. It is a very thick mascara so needs to be applied quite carefully to ensure you don’t get clumps, but if it’s applied right then it is absolutely stunning! I finished off the look with one of my favourite Mac Lipsticks, Faux. This is a beautiful satin rose pink shade, which is slightly nude rather than a bright colour. I wanted something natural but pretty for this Valentines look!




So I really hope you enjoyed this tutorial and have a go at it yourself! Please comment below with your opinions and I will see you all soon!

Thanks for reading!

Little Miss Makeup x

Light Natural Winter Daytime Makeup Tutorial using Affordable and High End Products!

Hi everyone! I’m feeling a bit under the weather at the moment as I have the good old Winter cold, so I thought I would do a light natural makeup tutorial for when you just want to perk yourself up but don’t want to wear anything heavy on your face! Ive used a mixture of both high end and affordable products so that there’s something for everyone – I hope you all enjoy it!


When your poorly, it’s always good to make sure you moisturise! Your skin can dry out when you are ill, and look a bit tired and dull (especially in the Winter), so I started with the No7 Beautiful Skin Moisturiser. This is so light and soaks straight into your skin, leaving it feeling soft. Keeping with the moisture theme, I went with Clinique’s Moisture Surge CC Cream. This gives a light coverage, brightens up your face and moisturises at the same time, which is ideal! I love this product, it’s so quick as I just apply it with my hands if I’m wearing it alone.


I tend to get slight bags under my eyes if I’m unwell – If you do too, then a little bit of concealer under the eyes can work miracles! I used Rimmel’s Wake Me Up Concealer. I will ALWAYS go back to this product – It’s extremely affordable and lovely to use. I don’t get creasing with it either, which can always be problematic with under-eye concealers. I blended this with the Beauty Blender. I then did my normal brow routine using Benefit’s Browzings.

I then bronzed my face using the Lord & Berry bronzer. This was the first time I had used this product, and I loved it! It’s extremely pigmented and blended well. The blusher I used was Benefit’s Coralista.

To start off my eyes, I used the MUA Makeup Academy Ever After Palette in Matte. This was a pretty cheap eyeshadow palette which I purchased from Superdrug. If I’m completely honest, they were not the best eyeshadows I have used. The price definitely reflected in the quality. They felt quite chalky, and weren’t that pigmented. However, if you are looking for a natural look, it’s probably worth a purchase as it was very reasonable. I started with the shade Fade (Muted taupe) and blended this through the crease to give my eyes some warmth and definition. I then took Bare (pale cream) and patted this onto my lid. To finish, I applied Butter (very pale yellow tone) and put this onto the centre of my lid. This brightened up my eyes to give them a bit of colour and definition which was just what I was looking for.

I chose the L’Oreal Telescopic mascara because it doesn’t really add volume. I wanted a natural affect and nothing too dark. I applied this onto both my top and bottom lashes to open up my eyes and make me look more awake! I then applied the Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in 230 Complex. This is a beautiful peachy toned lip crayon. To complete the look, I wanted a tiny bit of gloss on my lips, so I went for Sally Hansen’s Lip Smoothing Mineral Lip Treatment Gloss, in the shade #2. This lip gloss is nice but the smell isn’t great! Needless to say it lasted on my lips which was good.

Here is the finished look!



I hope you all liked the look! Please comment below with your opinions or any suggestions for future tutorials etc!

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Little Miss Makeup x

Full Face Makeup Tutorial Using the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette and My New Products!

Hey everyone! I’ve been really looking forward to doing this tutorial as I haven’t done one since before I went on holiday to America. I made a lot of new purchases over there as makeup is much cheaper and they had the best shop in the world… SEPHORA! I can’t even begin to describe the love I have for this shop… so much makeup! Anyway… I decided I wanted to do a makeup tutorial using a few of the new products I purchased! I have also used some of my “holy grail” products in this post. I was so happy with the end result – Keep reading to see how I achieved it!

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I started off with the Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Primer, which is a new product I purchased from the US. I spoke about this in my past blog post ( and said how it was one of my favourite high end primers right now. It’s extremely moisturising and light weight, and I found that my foundation lasted all night when I used it! The foundation I chose was my holy grail product, the Lancome Teint Miracle Bare Skin Foundation. If you read my blog then you will probably know a lot about this foundation, but basically, it’s incredible. I buffed this into my skin using the Real Techniques Buffing Brush. I buff and blend my foundation a lot to ensure it looks as natural as possible. You don’t want it to look like it is just “sitting” on your skin! I then applied the Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer under my eyes, in the centre of my forehead and on my chin. This was blended out using the Beauty Blender.



Blush, Bronzer, Brows and Highlighter

This is always my favourite part as I’m obsessed with blushes at the moment. The blush that I chose for this look was the Benefit Hervana. This is an absolutely beautiful shade of pink, without shimmer. For my eyebrows I did my normal routine using the Benefit Browzings. For bronzer, I used Benefit’s Hoola bronzer, which I used to contour my cheek bones, the sides of my nose and around the outside of my face. I then take a bit more of the bronzer onto a fluffy brush and blend it on my cheeks to make the contouring look a bit more natural. I used a brand new highlighter for this look, which was The Balm’s Mary-Lou Manizer. This has to be the best highlighter I have ever used, as it is so shimmery and pigmented. The picture below will show you the glow you get from it! I applied it to the tops of my cheekbones.




I went back to the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette for this tutorial as I feel like I haven’t used it much as i’d of liked! It’s such an amazing product but for some reason I just don’t reach for it often. Take a look at my previous makeup tutorial using this palette here – I started with blending the shade Salted Caramel (middle shade on the left) through the crease, which would be our transition colour. A Transition colour helps with blending, and looks great in your crease as it’s would usually be a warm colour which adds dimension. Once this was fully blended, I took the shade Hazelnut (bottom left) and patted this onto the lid, ensuring the colour was bold. I then blended Semi Sweet (middle brown shade in the palette next to pink) through the crease using a tapered blending brush which helps to apply into a smaller area. As it’s a darker shade it needs to stay in the crease rather than blending upwards, as I wanted this look to be elegant and understated. I then went back to Hazelnut (bottom left) and lined my under eye with this shade, bringing it up to the outer corners of my eyes. You don’t want this going too near the inner corners as it can make your eyes appear smaller and shut. I then applied Amaretto (middle shade on the right) onto the outer V. This was a deep purple shade which really added some warmth to the area. The last shade I used from the palette was Champagne truffle (Bottom right shade) to highlight the inner corners. This is a beautiful pale pink shimmery shade.



Eyeliner and Mascara

I applied a really fine line of the L’Oreal Superliner onto my upper lash line, and brought this out into a slight ‘cat flick’. This is my ‘go-to’ liner look at the moment as I love a fine but dramatic liner. I then used Elizabeth Arden’s eyeliner on my bottom and top waterline, and finished off with Dior’s DiorShow Blackout mascara. This was the first time I had used this mascara, and although I loved how big and separated it made my lashes, I found that it melted underneath my eyes slightly at the end of the night! I will keep trying it to see if it was just a one-off but I would still use it anyway as it was just amazing – just wish it stayed put a bit more!




To finish off the look with a dramatic lip colour, I went for my brand new Mac lipstick shade called La Vie En Rouge. I was absolutely in love with this shade. When I went to the Mac store in America the actual shade I wanted was Dangerous, but they had all been recalled. This was the nearest shade to it and I love how bright it is, without being Orangey.

So here is the finished look! I have my new hair too in these pictures – Let me know what you think of both! ❤


Thanks for reading!

Little Miss Makeup x

Day to Night Makeup Tutorial using Benefit Eyeshadows!

Hi everyone! Today I’m going to be doing a makeup tutorial on an understated daytime or evening appropriate look.

We all have those days occasionally where we have a fully packed schedule, where we don’t necessarily have time to change our outfit or makeup from the daytime activity to the evening. This is where this look will come in handy. I wanted something elegant and pretty, but not too much for during the daytime. I hope you all enjoy it!


Base – As we are not always going to have time to refresh our makeup, it’s important to wear a primer to ensure the makeup looks good from day to night! I primed my skin with Mac’s Prep and Primer primer. This is a great primer as it feels moisturising whilst enhancing the look and wear of the foundation. I then buffed Lancome’s Teint Miracle Bare Skin foundation into my skin. This is my all time favourite foundation – It’s a light coverage so I love it for during the day but if you have fairly decent skin you can also pull it off in the evening. In order to hide my slight under eye circles, I used Rimmel’s Wake Me Up concealer under my eyes. I used the Real Techniques sponge to blend this under my eyes, and also put on a tiny bit over any imperfections. I then took Rimmel’s Stay Matte powder and just used a tad to set the foundation and concealer in place.

Blusher and bronzer – To give my skin a glow, I used the L’Oreal Glam Bronze bronzer to lightly contour, then applied it onto my cheeks, forehead and chin. This bronzer is quite light and understated, so great for daytime. I didn’t use a blush or highlight, as I wanted the look to be quite warm, and was happy with how it looked without these products.

Eyes and lips – For my eyebrows I used Benefit’s Browzings in Medium. I love this product as I find it looks quite natural still. Filling in your eyebrows is probably the most important thing you can do for your face, as it can make you look more awake and just changes the entire look! I then went onto my eyes and for this I used Benefit’s Big Beautiful Eyes palette. This palette is so simple but so effective. The shades are just beautiful, and it’s perfect for travelling as its small.

To start, I took the base (lightest) shade in the palette, and applied this onto my entire lid and also through the crease. This makes blending easier later on. I then took the Contour shade and applied this onto my outer V, and took it just less then half the way in through my crease. This adds a bit of definition to the eye, but its still natural enough for day to day wear. I then used the dark brown matte shade in the palette and lined my upper lash line very finely, and didn’t take it all the way in as again, I wanted it to be natural.

I chose the Lancome Hypnose Volume mascara for this look as its super dark and dramatic but not the thickest of my mascaras. This is one of my favourites and I definitely recommend it. Then to finish off the look, I chose Revlon’s Colorburst Matte Balm in 205 Elusive. I LOVE this shade to bits, as I feel it compliments my skin tone. It doesn’t really matter what you use on your lips as its so quick and easy to change your lip colour for day to night, but I just felt that this was appropriate for both!




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Dark Glitter Eyes with Nude Lip Makeup Tutorial Featuring Smashbox!

Hi everyone! Hope you are all well. This makeup tutorial is going to be absolutely perfect for any night out you may have planned, as it features dramatic dark eyes with gorgeous golden glitter. I’m just going to focus on my eyes for this tutorial, but will mention all the products used below for you!


Face products used:

Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer

Rimmel Match Perfection Foundation in 102

Benefit Browzings in Medium

Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in Light

Benefit Hoola Bronzer

Sleek Face Form Palette Blush


This eye look is actually quite simple to do. There are a few different products and shades used but it’s quite quick and gives a gorgeous sparkly effect which I really enjoyed going out wearing.

The entire eyeshadow look was created using the Smashbox Full Exposure Palette. I started with the shade M3 and took that through the crease as our transition shade, and then patted it onto the lid. Then, I patted M2 onto the outer half of the lid, and slightly through the crease on top of the previous colour. I then took the darkest shade, M1 and used this on the outer V and slightly through the outer half of the crease to create a defined effect.


Once I had fully blended the eyeshadows, I took a makeup wipe and used it to create a harsh eyeshadow line from the outer corner of my eye to the tip of my brow. I then topped up my foundation in this area to make sure it looks flawless and blended.

I then took the gold glitter gel from my MUA luxe palette, and put this into the inner corner of my eye and onto the inner half of my lid, making sure to not bring it into the crease as I wanted a slight cut crease effect here.


I then took Benefit’s Bad Gal eyeliner in Espresso and just lined my lash line and in my waterline also. I wanted a slight cat eye effect with this look and used the L’Oreal Super liner in black to create a thin line on my lash line and brought this out into a thin delicate flick. For this look I wanted super long lashes, and so went for Maybelline ‘The Falsies’ Mascara as this makes my lashes beautiful and long. This mascara is a great base for false lashes if you are looking for a seriously dramatic look. The false lashes that I chose were the Eylure Lengthening No. 035. These are a bit more natural then I would have liked, but nevertheless they still gave that extra definition and texture to the lashes!


So here is the finished look! I was so happy with how this came out – very sultry but dramatic and great for any evening event you have planned! Let me know what you think by commenting below and it would be great if you could follow me on Twitter  (@LMMakeupBB) and give me a ‘Like’ on Facebook ( – It would be greatly appreciated!

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Shimmery Plum and Beige Eyeshadow Makeup Tutorial!

Hi everyone! How are we all? Today’s blog post is a makeup tutorial showing you how to achieve this shimmery plum and beige look! I absolutely loved this look – perfect for clubbing and evenings out with friends! So keep reading to see how I achieved this makeup look!


1. Base

When you are going to apply a dramatic eyeshadow I always feel it looks best when your base is flawless, in order to avoid distraction from the beautiful eyes! For starters, I used the Mac Prep and Prime Skin Base Visage. I was sent a tester for this product, and I will definitely be buying the full size! It’s so creamy and moisturising, as well as ensuring my base lasts all night. I then buffed in my Lancome Teint Miracle Bare Skin Foundation, as this product gives me flawless skin but looks dewey and natural. I then applied my Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer just under my eyes with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge. I then went onto my eyebrows and used the Benefit Browzings eyebrow kit. This is one of my holy grail items – I just couldn’t live without it!

2. Contouring, blush and highlight

Next you want to contour the hollows of your cheeks. This instantly slims as sometimes foundation can make your face look flat and round – So this helps to bring that shape back into your face again. I contoured with the Benefit Hoola Bronzer. I used the blusher from the Sleek Contour and Blush Palette in Light, and just applied it to the apples of my cheeks. I then highlighted too with the same palette, on the tops of my cheek bones, cupids bow and brow bone.


3. Eyes

Now comes the exciting part! To create my entire eye look I used the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette as the eyeshadows are extremely pigmented and blend effortlessly! I started by applying the shade Salted Caramel into and above my crease, in order to make the eyeshadows blend perfectly and to give some warmth to the eyes. Next, I went for Cherry Cordial, and took a tiny bit of this and blended it through the crease. This shade is extremely pigmented so blending gradually will work best. After this, I patted Marzipan on the centre of the lid. This is a beautiful shimmery beige shade and really brightened up the eyes. I then took Haute Chocolate and applied this on the outer v and lined underneath my eyes. To highlight my inner corners I used the shade Champagne Truffle. I then drew a thin line of eyeliner over my top lid, using the Bourjois Liner Clubbing in Ultra Black. I only drew a tiny flick as I didn’t really want cat eyes for this look. I lined my lower waterline with the Max Factor Liquid Effect Pencil in Black Fire. For my lashes, I went with the Max Factor Masterpiece Mascara, and then added false lashes on top, which were the Lengthening No. 116 by Eyelure. These lashes are my absolute obsession at the moment, and I highly recommend them!


3. Lips

Lastly, the lips! I wanted a dramatic lip for this look, so I went for Craving by Mac. This is a beautiful shade of red/plum and was one of my first ever Mac lipsticks! I feel it really complimented the eyes.



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