Friday, 16 December 2016

CHRISTMAS DAY CLASSIC GLAM WITH A TWIST hooded eye tutorial




Merry Christmas everyone!!! I can't believe it'll be Christmas Day in only 9 days! How crazy is that? It's been a while since I posted a full on makeup tutorial and I can't wait to see what you guys think of this super easy golden smokey & glitter eye look. I paired it classically with a  red lip, because it had to be done. It's Christmas, I'll be wearing red, no discussion! Lol!!! 

Base & finish

Too Faced Hangover Primer
Armani Luminous Silk Foundation
Make Up For Ever Full Cover
RCMA No Color Powder 
MAC contour duo
My Secret bronzer 
Too Faced Champagne Truffle from Nikkie's palette

Eyes & brows:

Too Faced Shadow Insurance Primer
Too Faced The Power Of Makeup by Nikkie Tutorials
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Taupe
DIY Pressed Glitters
Eylure Enchanted Into Darkness falsies

Lips:

Make Up For Ever Lipstick in 
Gwen Stefani for Urban Decay Lip Liner in 714




Playtime:

I started this look from the eyes, as I knew I'll be using shadows that have tendency to fall out a bit and glitters. I primed my lids and under eye are with Too Faced Shadow Insurance and set it with matte off white Ivy from Nikkie's palette. Using Painkiller, I created a fake crease by blending the shade on the hood of my eyes, quite high up as I wanted to smoke out the look. I deepened the effect using Makeup & Chill in the (fake) crease and in the outer corners. I used tiny amount of matte black in Wanted on the very outer corners to smoke them out a little. Using a wet slanted brow brush, I applied Wanted as a liner on the upper lid to help with covering the falsies strip later. On the lid I applied a mixture of 3 gold & copper shades from Morphe 35F palette and applied them all over the lids. I used my finger to ensure great pigmentation. I then applied all pressed glitters on to the middle of the lid by pressing them with my finger. I made these DIY pressed glitters so wanted to see how they'll do in a play and they did beautifully. I applied each colour on top of each other to create this multicoloured glitter look. I did a little flick using Kat Von D Tattoo Liner and applied my falsies.

I used wipes to take off the fall out from shadows and glitter, and prepped my skin using Hangover Primer. I applied Armani Luminous Silk Foundation using a Beauty Blender and covered up my under eyes using MUFE Full Cover. I baked the under eyes using RCMA powder and also set my makeup with it. For my contour I used My Secret Bronzer, which is amazing for pale people contour needs and bronzed up my skin using MAC bronzer in ..... I added just the tiny amount of blush by mixing two shades from Nikkie's palette. I applied a generous amount of Champagne Truffle highlight to the tops of my cheekbones, tip of the nose and a cupid's bow. I've finished off the look with brows using ABH Dipbrow in Taupe.

Having cleaned up the baking from under eyes, I applied Eyes of Horus Eyeliner in Black to my waterline and smudged it out with Wanted from Nikkie's palette underneath the lower lash line. I blended it all out with a mixture of Painkiller and Makeup & Chill. I applied the mixture of first two highlight shades from Morphe palette to the inner corners and added a little of Inglot pigment in 75 for good measure.

For my lips I wanted a true red. I started with a liner by Urban Decay in 714 to line my lips and then filled them up with MUFE Lipstick in ... which is a stunning satin finish red that lasts for hours.




I hope you enjoy my finished look. If you're planning on re-creating iy, don't forget to tag me on Instagram or Twitter using #idorottka, or send me your snaps at my Snapchat account i.dorottka! What looks will you be sporting this Christmas Day?

Thank You For Reading,
Love

Dorota X

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7 comments

  1. LOVE this look, Dorota! That red lip is absolutely stunning and if you can't wear glitter at Christmas, then when can you?! xx

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  2. This is such a pretty look, love it!

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  3. I really like matching gold eyeshadow with red lipstick. It looks super sexy and these colors are created to be together ;). Super, bardzo mi się podoba.

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  4. Bardzo lubię takie kolory na powiece. Do tego połączenie z czerwienią daje efekt wow :)

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  5. Pieknie kochana! Tez bedzie zloto goscic u mine w Swieta

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