Happy Tuesday!! First before I get started, I wanted to thank each and everyone of you for your love and support on my pregnancy announcement post! Who knew you could get so much love from posting it on here or on social media. Haha! I truly want to share this special news with you guys, especially those who have been with me since the very beginning, and I feel like I should let you in on what’s happening in my life right now. You guys are so amazing and supportive and I love you all for that. Secondly, I have a spring makeup look for you today.
I think I did a copper look for spring too last year. I don’t know why, but when spring comes around I love the more coppery, orangy tones for my eyeshadow. I also prefer not to wear any eyeliners or make my eyeshadow look really smokey. I love the clean fresh look for spring and especially summer. I did went lighter on my face makeup too and focus more on bronzing and highlighting to get that fresh spring look.
For this makeup look, I used the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette and the only colors I used are Tease and Chopper. It’s a very easy look and anyone can do it. I decided to go for a nude glossy lips with the eye look and I’m really happy with how the look turned out.
Let me go through the steps with you:
- Prime your eyelids. I used the Too Faced Shadow Insurance to prime my lids for the shadows I’m about to put on. After you pat the product in with your fingers, use translucent powder to set the primer.
- Taking the shade Tease from the Naked 2 palette and with a large fluffy brush (Sigma E40), blend the color all over the crease. It doesn’t have to be perfect for now.
- With a tapered crease brush (MAC 217, or Sigma E25), dip the brush into Tease again and darken the crease with it. You have to do this several times to get the desired intensity. When it’s done it should look like a dark mauve color on your crease.
- Using the same big fluffy brush you used earlier and WITHOUT picking any more product, give a quick blend to get rid of any harsh lines.
- Using a small synthetic shader brush, dip the brush into Chopper and apply the color all over your lid. You could keep adding the color until you get the intensity you want. ** This shade has tons of fallout, so make sure that you do this before you do your face makeup for easier cleanup.
- This step, you could touch up any colors that got blend away during the blending process especially in the crease. You could also go back in and darken the crease color too if you want, and make sure to blend away all the harsh lines.
- Apply your favorite mascara and/or falsies if you want to your top and bottom lashes.
- I smoked out the outer lower lash line with the shade Tease, and apply a nude liner on my waterline.
And the eyes are done!! It’s so easy and I live for easy eye looks like these especially when the weather gets warmer.
For the rest of my face:
- Benefit Porefessional Primer
- Loreal True Match Lumi (w5)
- Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer (medium light) to conceal and highlight under the eyes, nose, chin, forehead
- Coty Airspun to set concealer
- Rimmel Stay Matte powder to set the foundation
- Kat Von D Shade + Light palette to bronze and contour
- Wet and Wild Color Icon blush in Apricot in the Middle
- Laura Mercier Baked Highlight (01) to highlight the cheeks and on the nose
I hope you like this super easy spring time makeup look. I didn’t list the products I used for my brows because I just did a brow routine post. You could check that post out if you want to see what I use for my brows.
As always, thanks for reading and have a good one guys!!XOXO ❤
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