Raspberry Stardust ~ Purple Eyes & Foundation Routine~

Hi Guys & Dolls!

Today I’m sharing what I’ve been wearing a lot lately- I get into these makeup moods and lately it’s been all about my Inglot  shadows, my Urban Decay Naked(1) palette, 24/7 pencils, and red or pink lips. I set out to make a simple makeup tutorial, but along the way I added in my foundation routine! No stone is left un-turned in this complete tutorial.

PS-On saturday night I asked you guys on Facebook if you’d prefer a simple makeup tutorial or a updated brush cleaning video (it’s changed a lot) and makeup tutorial won. For those who wanted the brush washing video I went ahead and filmed it anyway, so you can expect it in the next few weeks ^_^.

What I used to create this tutorial:

Eyes:

UDPP-

Physician’s Formula Black Eye Booster

Urban Decay Corrupt  24/7  Liner

Urban Decay Toasted, Hustle & Sin eyeshadows from the Naked (1) palette

Inglot 115 -darkest warm purple

Inglot 101-Nude highlight

Urban Decay RockStar & Ransom 24/7 Liners

Inglot 439 Pearl

Lit Cosmetics Vanilla Liner

Clinique High Impact Curling Mascara

Face:

CeraVe AM Moisturizer

Hourglass Veil Primer

Make Up For Ever HD Foundation 115

MAC Mineralize & Select Moisture Cover Concealers, both in NW15

MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural

Cargo Blu-Ray Highlight & Blush

MAC Strada Blush

Lips:

MAC Embrace Me Lipliner

Wet ‘n’ Wild Don’t Blink Pink Mega Last Lipcolor

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23 thoughts on “Raspberry Stardust ~ Purple Eyes & Foundation Routine~

  1. Very pretty! And safe for work yay! Toasted is one of my all time favorite eyeshadows; I use it almost daily haha. Look forward to the brush cleaning video!

  2. Love this look! But you are right – the colors do come off differently on camera. I love the lipstick color in the pictures above, but not so much on the video.

    I look forward to your next tutorial!

  3. You are absolutely beautiful and I’m pretty much using your tutorials on a daily basis. I just love your looks, thank youu c:

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