Hope you’re all having a great Friday & feel ready for the weekend ahead! As usual, I don’t have many weekend plans, but I am going out for a birthday meal tonight for my boyfriends dad’s birthday which will be nice.
Today on the blog I want to share with you a makeup look featuring the Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism palette – which is such an amazing palette! If you’re interested to see how I created the look, just keep reading.
Step One – Base:
To prime the skin I used the E.L.F Hydrating Primer (£7.50), which I love to create a smooth hydrating base. For foundation I went in with the NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop (£15), I’ve fallen back in love with this one for flawless base. I used the Real Techniques sponge to apply it to the skin.
Step Two – Eyes:
As always I used the Benefit Brow Zings (£27) to do my eyebrows. This is still my favourite & I feel like with brows you don’t change when you find something you love… I applied the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer (£4.19) all over my eyelid to create a smooth base for the shadows. Next I went into the ABH Prism Palette (£46) which is gorgeous! Then on a Morphe s27 brush I applied the shade ‘Unity’ all over my lid. Next on a Morphe m139 I applied the shade ‘Eden’ into the crease of my eyelid. Once I was happy with that, I added some ‘Saturn’ into the crease too, to darken it up a little. On my finger I applied ‘Sphinx’ all over my lid, and a little ‘Eternal’ closer to the inner corner of my eye. I then used the Wet N Wild Proline Felt Tip Liner (£4) to create a small wing. I applied the YSL Volume Effet Faux Cils mascara (£26) & added Eyeronic false lashes in the style ‘Jasmine’ too.
Step Three – Finishing:
I added the Collection Lasting Perfection concealer that I used earlier under my eyes, down my nose, on my chin & on my forehead, then blended it out with the Real Techniques sponge. I set the concealed areas using the Too Faced Born This Way loose powder (£22) on a Real Techniques contour brush. I used Fenty Sun Stalk’r Bronzer in the shade ‘Shady Biz’ (£23) on a Morphe s13 to warm up the face just a little. I didn’t contour this time as I wanted to keep it light. I applied a little Rimmel Blush in ‘Santa Rose’ (Discontinued I think) on a Wet N Wild blush brush. With a Morphe m26 brush, I added some Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Illuminating Powder in ‘Heatwave’ (£38). Finally I used NYX Sweet Chateau Lip Lingerie in ‘Bottoms Off’ (limited edition).
That’s everything from this look – what do you think? I kind of wished I bronzed up just a little bit more & added some contour powder, but nevermind! Let me know your thoughts below.