A Blue, Lavender, & Purple Look with Too Faced Cheers to 20 Years Collection

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About this Look

Here’s a look using the new eyeshadow paletten and lipsticks from the Too Faced Cheers to 20 Years Collection!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Zsa Zsa
  • Inner lid: Reality Star
  • Middle of lid: Trixie, Ice Queen
  • Outer lid: Trixie, Shady Bitch
  • Crease: I Can't Even
  • Deep crease: Ooh La La (Left)
  • Above crease: Gigi
  • Browbone: Trixie
  • Lower lash line: Perversion (waterline), Reality Star (inner lower lash line), Villain (middle/outer lower lash line), Ooh La La (Left) (outermost lower lash line)
  • Cheeks: Lush & Libido (blush), Holographic Glow (on cheek bones, to highlight)
  • Lips: Miss Thing / TF 20 / Marcia Marcia Marcia / Trampula
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Gorgeous face look, Christine! I can’t believe how much that blush/highlight combination (and/or your skin products included) resembles the look you achieved using Natasha Denona’s Darya palette. Just a bit less ‘editorial’, meaning more life-friendly (to me, that is)! Speaking of face products, would you mind saying how you used the Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter in this look? Was it mixed with your foundation(s) or patted on top, or something else?

Also, I’m trying to pick a shade of Flawless Filter, and I was wondering if there’s a reason you keep using the Fair, more than the other shades, even with your light-to-medium skin tone (plus it being summer)? It’s interesting to me that the Fair flatters your skin tone, when I’d have guessed you would go for the Medium or even the Tan (again, at least in the summertime). I’m usually lighter than you by about half a shade to a shade, and I was thinking Fair would currently be too light, but it sure seems to be working for you! Then I thought, well, maybe you donated the other shades after testing and only have Fair left for yourself. Sorry if this comes across as nosy, but one thing I find very tough to choose is a shade for any CT face product, so any reasoning you want to share will be helpful (though I did read your reviews, I think thoroughly, and I believe the darker shades get yellower, so I was most confused between Fair and Light, actually…).

Thanks in advance!

I wear Fair, Light, and Medium interchangeably (Light/Medium works for me, too, but I do find it runs warmer). Fair is just the one that is closest to me on my vanity. They are not foundation, so it’s not so much about matching as it is choosing the depth and undertone you prefer for the application you expect to use it for – e.g. if you are mixing in (which is what I do unless it is noted that it is on my cheeks, then I used it as a highlighter), then the darkest shade is unlikely to work, but if you are looking to add all-over warmth, then going to a darker shade might make sense. I barely note a difference between Fair and Light. Light to Light/Medium or Light to Medium is a bigger jump in depth, but this is not a full coverage product so they really stretch out a lot and lose the depth if you are mixing into anything!

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