Plummy Brownie Coral Pinup

Hey Guys and Dolls!

I’m sorry the blog posts have been so short and to the point lately (andΒ  few and far between) but I figure the videos are the best part anyway right? SO He’s the traditional Pics & Prodz!

Can you see the awesome orange fire in the lid color? *SEQUELS*

this pic kind of kills the fire, but it shows the blending :)

this one wasn’t shot in “vivid” mode :)

Prodz:

Face:

MAC Prep & Prime Spf 50

MAC Studio Fix Powder

Smashbox Halo Powder

Cheeks:

MUFE Aqua Cream in 9 Coral

Cargo Blush in Rome

Eyes:

Too Faced Shadow Insurance (I used to use this so I’m re-trying it haha)

A Golden Brown eyeshadow (MAC’s Espresso, Sephora Cocoa Powder, NYX Brown & Golden Bronze Mixed, honestly, any golden/warm brown you like will do)

Sugarpill Poison Plum

Too Faced Glamor To Go Palette Pink Highlight eyeshadow (Elf Eyeshadow transformer palette, Trucco Angel Face palette, MAC ‘s Pink Opal Pigment, etc)

MUFE Star Powder in 940

Matte Beige Eyeshadow (mine was from the Wet ‘n’ Wild Greed Color iCon Palette)

Lorac Front of the Line PRO in Black

Annabelle Smudge liner in Amour

NYX White Pencil

Stila Convertable Mascara

Lips:

MUFE Aqua Cream in 9 Coral

MAC Bombshell Lipstick

MAC Nymphette Lipglass

Thanks for stopping by <3 Cora

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12 thoughts on “Plummy Brownie Coral Pinup

  1. It looks awesome, and somewhat like something I might wear during the day actually (maybe a little toned down in what concerns the liner). :P

    Is it okay if I leave a bit of constructive criticism? In the first and second photo, bellow the liner and in between the lashes, you can see some skin. I think with such a dramatic liner, it might look better if you tight lined as well, you know? So that small area around the lashes looks darker and thicker bellow the beautiful shadow.

    Just an idea anyway, still looks awesome. :)

    1. Thanks! I normally tightline for videos, but IRL it usually smudges on me. Since I filmed this right before work, I skipped it :)

  2. I have to see this is an overall gorgeous look- the technique used on the eyes is especially perfect for those that have downturned eyes. This is by-far the best look I have seen for the summer!

  3. is the mac prep and prime worth it? i’ve been eyeing it. Thanks. btw- love your tutorials. You are very inspiring :)

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