I hope you’re all having a lovely week so far & I hope April treats you well. I’m loving how much brighter the days are since the clocks went forward – it makes me so much more motivated! Today I wanted to share with you a look I’ve been doing recently with the Revolution x Soph Extra Spice palette (Which I reviewed HERE if you’re interested)
I love purpley wine tones at the moment so this look is perfect & super simple. If you want to see how I created it, then just keep reading.
Step One – Base
I first used the Revolution Superfruit Extract Primer / Serum (£9.99) to prep the skin. Then I went into a combination of NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop foundation (£15) and Too Faced Born This Way foundation (£29). I buffed this out using the Morphe M349 Deluxe Buffer brush.
Step Two – Eyes
I filled in my eyebrows with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade (£19) on a Morphe small angled brush. I used the Collection Lasting Perfection concealer (£4.19) to prep my eyelids, using a Real Techniques flat foundation brush to blend this out. Next I went into the Revolution Extra Spice eyeshadow palette (£10). Since this palette doesn’t have a cream shade, I used ‘Cookie Dough’ all over the lid on a Morphe s27 brush. Then on the same brush, I applied ‘Cheesecake’ into the crease and outer edges of the eyelid. Next, using a Morphe s12 brush, I took the shade deep purple shade ‘Enchanted’ and applied it more precisely over where I placed the previous colour. I added a small amount of ‘Mulled Wine’ in the crease closer to the inner portion of the eye. Once I was happy with the blending I added the shimmer shade ‘Romance’ all over the lid.
I created a wing with the Wet n Wild Proline eyeliner (£4). I added some Maybelline Lash Sensational mascara (£8.99), then applied Eyeronic False Lashes in the style Moana.
Step Three – Finishing
I used the Revolution Conceal & Define concealer (£4) under my eyes, on my chin, and on my forehead. I blended it out with the Real Techniques buffer brush. I set my face with the Max Factor Creme Puff powder (£6.99) on a Morphe fluffy brush.
Next I used the contour shade from the Rimmel Kate Moss Sculpting palette (£6.99) on a Wet n Wild contour brush. I used this to contour & also bronze a little too. I added Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso (£10) with a Real Techniques contour brush. On a Morphe s26 brush, I applied the I Heart Makeup Goddess of Love baked highlighter (£4.99) on my cheek bones, down my nose, cupids bow, brow bone and inner corner.
On my lips I applied Mac lipstick in the shade Honeylove (£17.50) and Bare Minerals Moxie Plumping Gloss in the shade Rebel (£18).
I set my face with the Morphe Continuous Setting Mist (£15)
How do you think the look turned out? Let me know your thoughts below!