Monochromatic Coral w/ Pop Of Teal

Posted by Nancy T


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About this Look

Having had just received a ColourPop order containing As You Wave, Blowfish and Lil’Boat, plus having decided to wear my coral and white dress to my meeting, I went with a monochromatic coral look. Added a bright teal pop to the eyes, and there we go!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Eyes: After priming lids w/ UDPP in Eden, I then used a combination of ABH Modern Renaissance with 3 ColourPop e/s; ABH Tempura browbone, Burnt Orange transition, CP Lil'Boat to give more depth to crease, Blowfish inner corner, As You Wave Supershock Eyeshadow on entire mobile lid, ABH Realgar used sparingly on inner crease to add a bit more warmth, Red Ochre outer V, Tarte Dream from Make Believe In Yourself palette on lower lid, MAC Siahi for wing and lower lashline. MJ Blaquer Highliner to tightline, Maybelline Full & Soft Waterproof Mascara.
  • Cheeks: A bit of UD Jawbone to lightly contour, MAC Burnt Pepper blush, and ABH x Nicole Guerriero Kitty Kat highlighter. 
  • Lips: Nyx Ever Slim Lip Pencil, MAC Make Me Gorgeous Lipstick (a big fave of mine!)
  • Face: Primed w/ Benefit POREfessional, then applied Lancôme Teint Idole 24HR Foundation in N360 mixed with a little bit of MJ Dew You, used Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in Beige to spot conceal.
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