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When I started to take photos for this post, I barely had any makeup on and asked my husband to adjust the light. Nothing was making the “light” look better which was irking me because I am obsessed with beautiful photos. I realized after putting on my makeup that it wasn’t the light; it was the lack of makeup. It wakes up my face and makes it look way better!
Here is the before shot! Boo right! I feel like my skin looks washed out and flat. I look tired!
I started my look with a moisturized and primed face with an exfoliated lip. I then used the primer on my lip too. Then, I used foundation to cover any blemishes.
Next, I worked on my eyes with the amazing The Blushed Nudes Palette. This is my new go-to palette from now on! It is ridiculously versatile! The Blushed Nudes Palette has 12-shade collection curated to create infinite sensuous looks. The colors are infused with rose gold pigments for bolder blushes, provocative plums, and risque roses.
I started with number 1 all over the eye from lash to brow. Then, I added number 2 on the lid and winged out a little. I blended the wing out with number 3 and to contour the crease. I used number 4 to define under the brow bone. The new creamy plumping formula delivers instant volume and holds lift in place.
I feel like the makeup makes it look like I am awake!!
Next, I used the Maybelline Unstoppable Eyeliner in pewter to line my upper lid and wing out. Then, I used The Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara in Black Drama to make my lashes pop. It’s all about the mascara to finish off a dramatic eye look.
Lastly, I finished off with an ombre lip using two different colors. I used the Maybelline Color Sensational LipColor in 450 Romantic Rose to paint in the corners of the mouth leaving about an inch in the middle empty. Then, I used the Maybelline Color Sensational LipColor 17 Sugar Chic on the pout middle inch of the lip. To make the middle part stand out, even more, I pressed the four from The Blushed Nudes Palette into the 17 Sugar Chic color twice using a clean makeup brush.
I bought all the goodies for this makeup look and ombre lip tutorial at Walmart.
What makeup looks are looking for going forward? I am dying to put together more looks with this new makeup.
5 thoughts on “Ombre Lip Tutorial”
Pretty look! I love ombre lips!
This is pretty and perfect for Spring! Thanks for sharing!
Fun colors. I love the shine in the middle!
I love makeup.
I may be obsessed.
Thank you for sharing this at Thoughts of Home.
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I love how you blended the different palettes! So pretty! Thanks for sharing with Merry Monday this week.