Burgundy Winged Liner

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Burgundy Winged Liner
Burgundy Winged Liner

About this Look

Did this a few months back when I’d just gotten the first of my Makeup Geek shadows in the mail. I’d heard so much about Cocoa Bear and Bitten, I’m so glad I finally ordered!

The eyeshadow was e.l.f.’s Pixie baked shadow applied wet to the lid, Limit from the Naked 3 as a transition shade, & Makeup Geek’s Cocoa Bear and Bitten on the outer corner, crease, & lower lashline. Nyx’s I Have a Headache as a browbone highlight and the L’Oréal Infallible shade Iced Latte as an inner corner highlight. I used Milani’s mechanical Liquid-Like Eyeliner Pencil in black in the waterline and smudged on the upper lashline, with a little bit of MUG Bitten applied wet on top for the wing. Brows were Nyx brow gel in brunette, mascara was L’Oreal Miss Manga.

I used Nyx’s dark circle corrector under my eyes and for foundation, I mixed Maybelline’s Fit Me Matte (Porcelain/110) with Revlon’s Colorstay for dry skin (Ivory/110), and Revlon Skinlights in Bare Light and Pink Light. I also did a bit of cream contouring with Nyx’s Wonderstick in Light.
I set everything with Coty’s Airspun powder in translucent. My bronzer and blush were both from Milani, their Baked Bronzer in Glow and Baked Blush in Luminoso, respectively. I put a little Nyx Blush in Taupe over the same areas as my cream contour. I used the highlight from Wet ‘n’ Wild summer ’15 Blush & Glow Trio in Fair Trade Coffee, which I’m super upset was limited-edition. It was worth the $4 just for the highlight alone. (If anyone from Wet n Wild is reading this, bring that highlighter back!)

My lipcolor was Maybelline’s Creamy Matte Lipstick in Daringly Nude, with Jordana lip liner in Rock n Rose.

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