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My Inspiration for a Winter Wonderland look was a 1920's era look:)

I began by washing my face with Cetaphil Face Wash, then I applied Neutrogena Oil Free Moisturizer for Combination Skin.
I then applied NYX HD Face Primer and let that set for a couple minutes. I proceeded to erase my eyebrows with scar putty by ben nye (i had a little left over from halloween). I applied the putty and swept it towards the direction of each ear. I let the putty set for a bit and I then I applied Kat Von D Concealer in SAND color. I reapplied more concealer to areas that my eyebrows were more visible and I let that dry. As the concealer was drying, I began applying my foundation and I blended it all in with the concealer so it could all match. I used Maybelline New York's Dream Liquid Mousse Foundation with an airbrush finish in Classic Ivory, Light2.  After the foundation I began applying Bright Turquoise eyeshadow by Lady Burd cosmetics and I made sure it was about 1/2 a finger away from my original eyebrows.  After the eyeshadow I applied Show Girls Secret Glitter Glue by Hard Candy to prep the eye lid for glitter. Then, I applied TRUE COLORS loose glitter in gold and I focused on the center of the eyeshadow on the lid and everything inside the oval shape lid. After I applied the glitter, I added NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk color to the inner rim of the eye in the bottom and I brought down the color a little bit to make my eye appear larger. I then applied Red Cherry Eyelashes, #40 to the top area and #12 to the botom right below the NYX eyeliner. I then began to draw my eyebrows, I used Maybelline's Define- a-Line eyeliner in ebony black. I added a little bit of black eyeshadow to the eyebrows from the E.L.F. 144 Limited Edition Palette.


Once my eyebrows were done I proceeded to apply blush,  I used La Femme's Hollywood Blush in Coral color. To complete my look I added a little bit of concealer to my lips and added Soulfully Rich Pro Longwear Lipstick my MAC to the center of my lips.

 

and tada :)

 

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Winter in Australia just means dreary rain, so i took my inspiration from clouds and rain. The purple was just a bit of colourful fun, but also reminds me of a rainbow after the rain has cleared.

 

I dont often use winter colours, so I had to dig deep into my cheaper make up palettes.

 

I used:

 

eye:

NYX milk jumbo pencil

sportsgirl eye sparkle palette in underwater for the blues and the white (and for the flicks of blue under the eye)

manly palette for the silvers

sportsgirl glitter eyeliner - in turquoise for the dots under the eye

mac fluidline in blacktrack

revlon fabulash mascara in blackest black

 

 

eyebrow:

rimmel eyeliner in purple shock

urban decay eyeshadow in flash

sportsgirl glitter eyeliner - purple

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For my look, I went with a very harsh, angular look because winter and the idea of snow (I'm from Australia, so I have only ever experienced actual snow once in my life) strikes me as a very unforgiving season/weather type. The colours were inspired by the one snowy sunset I ever got to see, it was such a beautiful pink and orange and the twilight after was so deep. I tried to incorporate all of these colours, as well as harsh contouring and highlighting. The glitter lips represent the glittering of light on icy water. 

 

I began with a facechart in Photoshop to map out the colours and shapes of my look, and then, after applying a pale foundation colour mixed with mattifying gel, I took a matte blue and purple, and carved out the cheek and temple contouring with a fluffy blush brush. Once I was happy with the shape, I went into the eyes with the hot pink and etched the lines through the inner corner of the eye, and then added the yellow and orange over the lid, blending as I went to get a soft gradiation from the pink to orange and back to pink before it swept out into the temple contouring. I then used an angled brush to paint in the purple "lashes" (using the eyeshadow wet), and then a gel black eyeliner to further accentuate the eyes. Then taking the fluffy blush brush again, I high-lit the high points of my face with a white shimmer loose powder, making sure to focus on the tip of the nose and the cupid's bow of my lips. For the lips, I filled them first with a metallic teal pencil, added a thin coat of clear gloss and then finished with an ice blue glitter. Whack on a coat of mascara, and an hour later (dear God...) I was done :)

 

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My first contest ever!!   :)

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So this is my very first contest I will be entering... I have never done it before because I see so much incredible work from others I get a bit discouraged.  So I have decided to suck it up and try it out!  Lol ;)  

 

My inspiration for my winter look is the snow and the icicles.  There is nothing I love more about winter than the sight of icicles on the side of mountains that are so thick with ice they actually appear to be a beautiful bluey shade!  :)  

 

For this look I used:

Pretty Addictions: White Lies

Make Up For Ever: No. 72

Milani Runway Eyes: Beauty in Blues

Avon: Black liner 

 

Thanks to everyone that checks out my look!!

 

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Blue Swan sillyThe Blue Swan! My look was a mix between Black Swan and the Nutcracker. I used my blue and teal colors to bring out the winter wonderland effect. The top of my eye brow and bottom is lined with blue liner and the bottom is lined with white liner to make a snow effect. It is all drawn together with super pink blush. I used all Urban Decay products.

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Hello! My inspiration for this look was a Callowlily painting of a girl with insanely bright and exotic makeup all over her face in a cool toned setting. She looked cold to me, and I decided in order to really make this look complete I needed to shoot it outside after the first snow fall. So yes, I was freezing my tail off the entire time. :)

As for technique.... what can I say? I just kind of put the makeup on my face! I used Sugar Pill products for the entire look excepting my foundation, false lashes, and lips, of course. In this look i used Love+, Buttercupcake, Flame Point, Afterparty, and Poison Plum. I added Tako to highlight my brow area and just a hint of starling on my lower lashline to blend the blue and violet together more seamlessly. To make the little yellow dots on my eyelid, I used Buttercupcake and mixed just a bit of water of make like a paste and then used a lip brush to blop it in place. Thats about it! :)

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When i think of Winter, i think of candy canes and peppermints.  Red and White gives the Christmasy feel for me, and if i eat anything that has a peppermint taste i automatically recall the winter season.  So for the look i created, i did a fairly simple linear design inspired by the linear aspects in those candies.  Winter also has a lot of lights and sparkly things during the season, so for the first time i incorporated glitter into my makeup.  Other than that i tried to do a white lip to give a frosty feel, but i didnt like that at all, and instead did a bold red lip-also using some glitter.  I finished off with false eyelashes, and red blush.

 

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Process:  i did contacts, foundation, eye primer, and drew my eyebrows first.  Then i used liquid eyeliner to draw an exaggerated cat eye.  Using the end of the cat-eye, i followed the natural crease of my eyelid. Then i used white eyeshadow on and above my eyelid.  I also drew a thin line using the small eyeliner pencil along the black eyeliner on my bottom lid.Next i used red eyeshadow and followed along the contour of the previously drawn black line kind of like a wave, drew a thinner line above that, and then drew another on the bottom starting at the end of the cat-eye to about 1/3 of the way along my eye.  I packed on red glitter next and then put on falsies.  then following my cheekbone, i used blush (it was actually red eyeshadow lol). in between the bottom red glitter line, and the blushed area, i drew 4 small dots using the red glitter.  Then i painted my lip dark red (i actually never wear lipstick...so i used watercolor paint after reading an article before xD and surprisingly it worked fine) , applied some more glitter (so much glitter than what im used to~! xD) and done!

 

Products used:

AVON blonde B04 for eyebrows

Sephora Eyelashes

Bella Terra #44 Midnight Shimmer Powder

Maybelline Ultra Liner Black

unknown brand red eyeshadow

Palladio Baked Eyeshadow (Sallys) snow

Makeup Forever Glitters #7

Sephora brand mini white eyeliner

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I only had time to do one eye, but I basically took a piece of fish net and used my blue Urban Decay eyeshadow then made the pink dots (supposed to have been the holes in the fishnet) with my pink Hot Topic eyeshadow. I applied my usual eyeliner and mascara =)

This look has been inspired the cold and snowy weather of winter and sitting around a fireplace with friends and/or family.

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(I thought I had posted, so if this shows up twice, I apologize)

This look was inspired by the cold, snowy weather of winter and huddling around a fireplace with family.

I used my Blue UrbanDecay eyeshadow (I think the color is called Cobalt) and the darkest Pink in my palletted from Hot Topic. I started off using a patch of fishnet, but sadly the blue smeared and I just had to do pink dots on blue background. I did my normal eyeliner, so nothing fancy, and mascara. I then applied an false eyelash (sice I only had the time to do one side). I then simply filled in my eyebrow with my eyeliner pencil since my natural eyebrows are blonde. I wish it had come out better, but I still hope I have a chance. =)

 

 

 

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I dyed my hair blue a few days ago, and even then thought of doing an "Ice Queen" look.  This was the result.  The idea is not only Ice Queen, but Ice Queen granting visions of gumdrops dancing in thier heads.

 

 

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What I did: 

 

Started with Urban Decay Primer Potion

NYX jumbo Pencil in milk on my eyebrows.

Sugarpill Tako and Afterparty for the "icicles"

Sugarpill Tako, Afterparty, Midori, Dollipop, Poison Plum, Love+, Flamepoint and Buttercupcake for the "gumdrops"

Sugarpill Dollipop for the inner corner.

Ulta white eyeliner

Maybelline Eye Studio Blue Freeze (middle) cream eyeshadow for darker blue liner

Fright Night eyelashes in Pixie Dust

I also used various shimmery blue, white and light pink colors from an Ulta palate that has no names on the colors for blending.

 

Cheeks:  Sugarpill Afterparty, Dollipop and Tako

 

Foundation:  Loreal whipped foundation

 

Lips:  Makeup Forever Aqua Cream, Maybelline Eye Studio cream eyeshadow Blue Freeze, and some other eyeshadow pallate that I have that has silvery colors in it, but it's so old the brand name has rubbed off.  lol

 

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my entry ^_^

 

My concept is based of a couple things. First Gyaru, hence the white eyes to make the eyes look bigger. I really love the exaggeration that can make this so pretty still ^_^ I also wanted the whimsical that is winter which is why i chose the line and pearls. Finally I really wanted to show my love for Sugar Pill. So I only used Sugar Pill colours. I actually used the cold heart palette, which isn't on their site anymore. Anyways heres the photos! I hope you like it!


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I was inspired by Tilda's Swinton's role as the White Wicth/Ice Queen. As a child growing up in California, when I thought of Christmas, I always lusted after the snow which seldom came. I wanted to do a look that was cold like snow, with a hint of color in my cheeks, showing the warmth that's inside everyone during this time of the year. I also wanted to do a look that was practical, fitted my complexion, and that I would be comfortable going out in the winter time with.

 

I used Revelon ColorStay foundation, Almay PureBlends loose powder, Revelon Face Illuminator for my cheeks and lips, with a little hint of MAC's blush in a shade called Dollymix. For my eyes I used Prestige's Oasis eyeshadow, a little of some pale blue dollar store eyeshadow, MAC's glittery goodness in Peacocky (not sure what the product is called-- it's from a few years back), topped off with some black liquid eyeliner from Wet'n Wild, Cheapo false eyelashes, and my circle lens.

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For me a winter wonderland is a rare occurrence, infact Christmas on my side of the world means hot sizzling days, beach and BBQ’s. 

For me, a winter wonderland is something you would only hear in fairytails.  Despite my lack of knowledge and true understanding of a real winter wonderland, I have gone on to create a look I believe captures arctic blue tones, frost bitten lips and the sparkle of icy dew. I let my imagination run wild, and pictured myself as the Ice Queen in my own wonderland.  Despite her cold looks, her heart is as warm as the Australian Summer Sun.- (that’s about 4 Degrees C)!

 

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400 1st of all thnxx sugarpill give me a chance to show my makeup art...i ve only 3 colour of shadow....which i use in here u can see it...my 1st colour is yellow dan i use light green and lastly i use royal blue..The glitter i use is lemon colour bt i call it green stars...lol...One day morning i wok up & here a birds song..I see it from my window & call my mom to see it dan she told me dat they r 1 type of birds who come in our county only in winter....its so cute i must say...I jst take a pic  of da birds from my eye..& mixed it with my imagenation...Finaly creat a eye makeup...Ohh !!! yes those heart for sugarpill from me...i lov ur thingsss....when i do dis makeup i realy feel happy &.in side of my heart i wish i win it ....so all da bst other  grlsss...oxox

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For my look I was thinking of icey twinkley sugar plums, yum~         The magenta color is from WNW, applied wet with an angled brush.   I blended Shiro cosmetics Task Force over it, also wet. After that I used a silver color from an 88 shimmer palette on my lid, then cutting the two colors with a wet angled brush that I dipped into a shimmery black shadow.     Taking the same black, I blended and patted over the top area for more depth. On the bottom lid I used a purpleish blue from the 88 shimmer palette. For the winged liner I used a HIP liner pot in black and created a small area off of the bottom lid connecting to the outer part of the wing. I also blended a little black shadow to create depth inside of it.     For the waterline I used NYX Jumbo in Milk. I used LAsplash eyeliner base and applied loads of silver glitter over the top lid for extra snowy sugary sparkle. I added Shiro cosmetics Articuno to the brow bone, outer and inner areas around the eyes for another snowy effect.     The brows are just black shadow applied wet with an angled brush. Essence shimmer powder over my cheeks, lip balm with a little pat of shimmer. BIG lashes from Daiso, of course!   My digicam is pretty dated, so I tried using different camera settings, angles, alot or a little natural lighting although it wasn't very bright that day to begin with.     I really want to try Sugarpill, I lust over these shadows!
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Just remember that Posts held in moderation will NOT affect your entries :)

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I'm so happy that MakeupTalk is doing another Sugarpill contest!

Thus far, I have only purchased Goldilux but I'm impressed overall by the smooth, sleek loose powder product.
My inspiration is from the Aurora Borealis (Based on an image I found through google)http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/0407/moussette_aur16jul1_full.jpg

Aurora Borealis (The Northern Lights)

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I can imagine getting all dressed up in warm gear and boots and tromping around in the snow with my sweetheart and watching the lights shimmer across the sky. It's amazing because you can see the stars beyond it- I think this would be the ultimate winter wonderland. I'm so grateful for my aunts and other family members who spend so much money and time spoiling me with cosmetics and other goodies :P


I used a combination of NYX pencil in Purple, LA Colors eyeshadow in two purples and one shade of pink and then Urban Decay loose pigment in Rockstar above the lid. On the lid I used NYX pencil Milk as a base for some Sephora peach and gold, then a smidgen of Urban Decay loose pigments in Shattered in Graffiti. A little bit of mascara and Hard Candy purple eyeliner on the bottom.

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What I did ... well, I walked into my bank to deposit my rent and there was inspiration! The colorfully decorated tree at my bank. These NYX lashes I recently purchased that have a sparkly wispy icicle look to them were perfect too to add sparkle. During this journey though I realized that in my vast (but modest) makeup collection... I don't have a red blush! So i used my lipstick for my blush... there is a first time for everything! I live in Huntington Beach, so here during winter nothing really gets the normal blue and white winter look you think of then you think of winter wonderland. But I sure do live in my own wonderland so the greens, reds, and golds on the tree in the bank and where I live really inspired my look. AND of course my fuzzy wolf hat from Halloween that keeps me warm on a daily basis since, in my own colorful winter wonderland. Colorful Winter Wonderland 1Colorful Winter Wonderland 2

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DSCN1099.JPGDSCN1100.JPGDSCN1102.JPGDSCN1103.JPGDSCN1104.JPGDSCN1107.JPGDSCN1108.JPGThis is my colorful winter wonderland look. what i did was combined winter colors and a little bit of christmas colors. I used all Sugarpill products cause thats all i have xD well except the gloss which is Lime Crime's new carousel gloss. Im a artist so inspiration comes quickly. Im inspired by everything and anything.

 

 

 

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This is what I came up with for a Colorful Winter Wonderland inspired look.  I was inspired by my 4 sons telling me all the time how much they miss the snow. Our family recently moved from Connecticut to Florida and I wanted to create something that would remind us of the snow that we miss so much.

 

I do not own a ton of makeup so I had to work with the products I have. Sorry Sugarpill that I couldn't use some of your products to create this look...

 

I started by applying my Neutrogena healthy skin foundation all over my face. Then I used the blue eyeshadow from the elf quad called Punk Funk and applied that to my lid. I then went over that with a frosty blue from the 99cent profusion palette. Next I started creating the swirls with a Covergirl liquid pencil in onyx. I went back to the elf quad and created the higher crease shape with the same blue and blended it out. I also added some of that shade to the bottom lash line. After that I filled inbetween the blue colors with a frosty white shade also from the profusion palette and added some NYC sparkle eye dust in opal over that. Then I used the same blue from the profusion palette and filled inbetween the swirls and blended out towards my hairline. I used a NYX jumbo pencil in milk and created all the little dots with the back of my brush. For my brows I used the blue from the elf quad again and then applied a clear mascara and silver glitter. For the snowflakes I used clear little confetti snowflakes and painted them in with the NYX jumbo pencil then topped some of them with silver glitter and a little rhinstone. For my lips I just applied a eos lip balm and then patted on the profusion palette blue with my finger, then dabbed some of the NYC sparkle dust in the center of my lip. =)

 

I really really hope its good enough because it would be incredible to be able to try some Sugarpill products!!! =)

 

 

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For this look i used Profusion 24 color eyeshadows palet i don't really know numbers and the name of each color.
i used white and many blue tones and also a bit of turquoise. I used NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil in white color. For eyeliner i chose Maybeline Eyestudio and for my blush i used L.A colors blush CP248. That is about what i used for my look :P

For my look, i represented cold. Red cheeks like when you are outside all day and the eyes like if there was a big snowstorm the blue represents ice just like when you go play hockey outside here in canada is our national sport by the way. And the shape i made i wanted to represent a hill when you go sliding. 

Sorry for my bad english i only speak french and i did my best to describe.
Good luck to everybody ^^

 

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For my make up i used :


Profusion 24 color eyeshadows Palet
NYX Jumbo Eyeshadow pencil in white
L.A colors blush CP248
Maybeline Eyestudio eyeliner
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The red cheeks are inspired by cold you know when you stay outside all day your cheeks and your nose get red. 
The blue represents the ice because here in canada Hockey is the national sport.
The shape represents a hill when you go sliding when you are young. 

and the white reprensents a big snowstorm.

thats about it for my look i hope you enjoy it 

Sorry for my bad english i only speak french i did my best! 

Good luck to everybody :P
 

 

 

 

 

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I was inspired by snow, ice, and a moonlit night sky when I created this look ♥

 

I started by priming my eyes with my Concrete Minerals Electric Eye Primer, and then I applied GDE's Cloud Coverage all over my lid as a base for the other shadows. I applied Cocovana Cosmetics' Hi Fi (foiled) on the inner third of my lid, Innocent+Twisted Alchemy's Poisoned Tears (foiled) on the middle third, and Lumikki's Nazareth on the outer third and in the crease. I then applied some of Innocent+Twisted Alchemy's Poisoned Tears above the crease color as well. I lined my upper lash line with a felt tip eyeliner by Calvin Klein, curled my lashes, applied some of my Covergirl Lash Perfection mascara, and then added some falsies ;) I used MAC's Omega eyeshadow for my brows. 

 

For my lips, I started by applying a thin layer of my Dainty Doll concealer in 002, lined and filled in my lips using a white eyeliner by L'Oréal, and then I mixed GDE's Jailbreak eyeshadow with some of TANF's Fix-It, and applied that all over my lips. 

 

I used Maybelline's The Eraser foundation, and MAC's Select Moisturecover concealer to make my skin look nice. I set my foundation using a pressed powder by Marks & Spencer, and then I applied some of Ulta's Cheek Color in Afternoon Delight to my Cheeks.

 

I'm really happy with the way this look turned out! I think it looks very wintery and cool :D

 

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         Winter is actually my least favorite season. The only thing I like about it is that on a snowy day when the sun is shining on a fresh pile of snow at just the right angle, you get a prism effect and can see a rainbow.  That’s what I decided to use as my inspiration for my “Colorful Winter Wonderland†look.

 

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I started off my look by applying some hard candy foundation and powder. For my eye shadow I applied the rainbow colors in ROYGBIV order and then lined my upper eyelid with some NYC sparkle dust. For under my eye I used Rimmel London eyeliner to line my eyes. I used Maybelline pot eyeliner to make the snowflakes and then covered them in NYC sparkle dust. Then I applied some sparkle lip gloss.  I added some rhinestones, and then dusted my cheeks and around my eyes with sparkles. I think the contrast between the rainbow colors and the sparkles interprets my inspiration well.

 

 

 

 

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So I wanted to step away from the overtly traditional reds and greens, and toss out the common blues and whites. I wanted to still encompass all that winter means to me though. My "winter wonderland" is full of the scents of cinnamon and a wood fire burning. It's full of twinkling Christmas lights, foiled wrapping papers, clay dreidels spinning around with wide eyed kids, lighting the menora on the window sill, and glistening white snow.

 

I feel like I was able to incorporate all of these into this look. Instead of using a traditional red, I opted for a flamboyant hot pink. I swapped a forest green for a dark, rich teal. I added depth by infusing a velvety midnight blue. And who can forget what every kid dreams of in winter; snow! I started with a matte white base by using NYX's Jumbo Eyeshadow Pencil in Milk. White is used in stark contrast to the other colors, I placed it on the ball of my eyelid, hoping to represent rolling hills of the cold, fluffy white stuff. I cut my crease with that fantastic dark teal. (Both are no name brands, AKA no labels) I applied the elegant dark midnight blue (again, unlabeled) just above the teal, blending it down just enough to make a delicate gradient of shading between the two. Then I used a small bit of Sugarpill's incredible purple; Poison Plum above the midnight blue to switch over to the intense hot pink (also unlabeled) that I blended up to the brow bone, diffusing as I went up. I added just a hint of the previous matte white just below the highest part of my arch to give a bit of a highlight. I lined with an exaggerated cat eye just to add a bit of mystery (the good kind of course) to the overall look. After all, there's always an air of mystery for me when taking walks at night with snow on the ground. It's really magical if I let my imagination lead the way!

 

I filled in my brows with the darkest shade of Anastasia's brunette brow duo. I applied MAC's cream blush in Posey along my cheek bones, which provided the telltale flush we all get on those cold and blustery winter days. I then applied my foundation over the top, and translucent powder to soften up my face and make it matte. I wanted it to remain soft overall as the colors really stand out on their own just fine.

 

I keep my lips nude so as not to take away from the eyes.

 

I've enjoyed seeing everyone's looks so far, and wish you all the best of luck! I hope you all enjoy what I came up with as well! Happy Holidays!

 

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