Happy Friday! Today I’m happy to share with you my newest tutorial. I’ve dubbed it Sugarpill Starry Stinger. It uses Sugarpill, Silk Naturals and BFTE eyeshadows. I filmed this tutorial differently because I ended up doing a voiceover for most of it. It’s odd for me to do but I think it might flow better and faster.
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- Nyx Angel Veil Primer & *Cover FX Anti-Aging Primer mixed together
- *Cover FX Matte Setting Powder in Light
- *Cover FX CC Cream in N Light & Face Atelier Zero Minus mixed together
- Nyx Solstice – blush
- *NARS Hot Sand – illuminator
- *Cover FX Anti-Age Smoothing Primer
- *BFTE Foam On Top – base shade and inner lid
- Sugarpill Soot & Stars – cat eye shape and outer lower lid
- *Silk Naturals Drive – to blend with Soot & Stars
- *Silk Naturals Stinger – middle lid blended outwards, lower middle lid blended outwards
- NARS Via Veneto – upper lash line
- NARS Black Valley Eye Paint – to tightline and upper lash line, outer lower waterline
- Glo Minerals Peach Liner – inner lower waterline
- Ardency Inn Punker Unrivaled Volume & Curl Mascara
- Tarte Lights Camera Flashes
- Tarte Brow Architect in Fair
- *Makeup Geek Rounded Blush brush
- *Makeup Geek Cheek Highlighter brush
- *Makeup Geek Pencil brush
- Makeup Geek Crease brush
- *Cover FX Powder brush
- *Cover FX Liquid foundation brush
- Goss 5 brush
- Goss 17 brush
- Goss 8 brush
- Sigma E35 brush
- Wet n’ Wild Eyeshadow brush
I tried to show which brush and product I used together in the video so that you could see my application technique and blending. Some of the Makeup Geek brushes are new to me and they’re really nice. I’ll be reviewing them. The 2 that I already own that I purchased quite some time ago – the crease brush and the smokey eye brush – are awesome, must have brushes. I really like the pencil brush and cheek highlighter brush. I’m still getting the hang of the rounded blush brush but what I really like about that one is that it fits into some of my smallest blush containers.
I still have not found another brush that has the right size and shape as the Goss 8 brush. It makes it so easy to line along my upper lash line and upper waterline, where most brushes are too big, too wide, and too bulky. The Goss 5 brush is indispensable for its ability to blend out any weird / harsh edges without taking away color.
I tried layering mascaras and unfortunately the combo I used ended up with flaking on my cheeks. No good!
I should have used Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy to make Stinger really pop. However, I love how it looked blended on top of Soot & Stars on the outer lower lid.
Overall, I’m thrilled with how this tutorial turned out and I’m happy to share it with you. I hope you love it as much as I do!
Got any requests? Let me know below!