LIpstick DIaries: Bite Beauty's Scarlet/ Pepper

Posted by Emma


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About this Look

When I was looking through my eyeshadows last night, I realised I’ve been severely neglecting my loose eyeshadows! I hadn’t used Sugarpill’s Penelope yet so I decided to do a look focussing on that today!

Step-by-Step Guide

To create this copper/purple eye look I:

  1. Placed Tarte's Edgy in the crease
  2. Covered my eyelid with Too Faced's Shadow Liner in White Lie (to act as a base)
  3. Tapped Sugarpill's Penelope onto the lid
  4. Darkened the outer corner, inner corner, and crease with Tarte's Edgy, Too Faced's Peanut Butter Cup, and Urban Decay's Darkhorse
  5. I put Urban Decay's eyeliner in Vice on the outer 3/4 of my waterline and then buffed Too Faced's Peanut Butter Cup underneath it
  6. I tamed my brows using Benefit's Gimme Brow in shade 3
  7. I highlighted the browbone with a mix of Tarte's Classic and Vintage 
  8. I highlighted the inner corner with Too Faced's Extra Creamy
  9. I used It Cosmetic's Superhero mascara on the upper and lower lashes
  10. For my dark circles and red marks from my glasses, I used Hourglass's Shell foundation and then set it with KVD's Setting Powder
  11. I tapped Cover Fx's Moonlight drops on my cheekbones and down the centre of my nose
  12. Then I put on Bite Beauty's Pepper and Scarlet as two lip options
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