Lipstick Diaries: Nars's Golshan & Cruella

Posted by Emma

01/02

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About this Look

I randomly found this video from Kathleen Lights (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l420bNEBSQg&t=341s) and I was really curious to do a dark eye and see how it looks! 

Step-by-Step Guide

The steps for this look are:

  1. Place Stila Smudge Pot in Black all over the lid as a base (which I super don't recommend as it dries too fast)
  2. Tarte's Punk all over the lid
  3. Urban Decay's Buff in the crease
  4. Marc Jacob's Blacquer in the waterline
  5. Tarte's Edgy & Punk buffed together onto the lower lashline
  6. Touch in Sol's Talia (liquid) on the inner corners of the eyes with Tarte's Classic on top
  7. Tarte's Classic under the brow bone
  8. Two layers of Clinique's High Impact Mascara on the upper lashes and one on the lower
  9. KVD's Lock-It Concealer on my problem areas, the sides of my nose, and under my eyes
  10. Laura Mercier's Translucent Setting Powder on all of the places that I put concealer
  11. I used Tarte's Gator Wings highlighter on my nose and cheeks
  12. The first lip is Nars's Golshan
  13. The second lip is Nars's Cruella and to distinguish the two I put Tarte's Minx (with Mac's Fix +) all over my eyelid
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