Look Using Red Eyeshadow

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About this Look

Complexion: Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation in Alabaster. Vichy Dermablend Foundation Stick In Porcelain. CoverGirl Simply Ageless Undereye Concealer. NARS Loose Finishing Powder. Guerlain Meteorites– for brightening under the eyes.

Face: Guerlain Four Seasons Bronzer in 00 Nude. NARS Blush in Sin.

Eyes: Jasmine Palette– Ali Ababwa from lashline to browbone. Ariel Palette– Sebastian on lower lid. Jasmine Palette– Cave of Wonders on the outer half of the lid. Arabian Sunset through the crease. Friend Like Me on top and bottom lashline. Sand in the Glass at inner tear duct area. L’Oreal Carbon Liquid Liner. Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill in Excess Mascara and Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara.

Lips: Chanel Plumetis

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OMG, BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!! I love this color scheme, but never thought of using red eyeshadow in the crease. It never occured to me to use my Sephora Storylook palettes for this kind of look. Great job, and thanks for the very detailed description of the products used; will try it soon!

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