BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look
Hey friends, happy almost Friday! Today I’m sharing my BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look with you. I mostly used the BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Palette to create this look, though I also included the Melt She’s in Parties Palette. I am in love with the BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Palette. It’s a steal at $18! If you like how it looks, you should grab it soon because it seems that it’s limited edition and BH Cosmetics may not restock it. I unfortunately missed out on the BH Cosmetics Pistachio palette, which I really wanted but wasn’t willing to buy until I saw what the quality of these palettes were like. Now I’ll tell you, if you like how any of the Sweet Collection looks, you may want to snap it up.
BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look
Urban Decay Eden Primer
Too Faced Glitter Glue
Cozzette Beauty Essential Powder in C1
BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Palette (Light ‘n Airy, Sugar, Swirl)
Melt Cosmetics She’s in Parties Palette (Strange Love, Meanstreak)
Makeup Geek Lavender Dreams
Marc Jacobs Berry Deep Liquid Liner
Eyeko Lash Alert Mascara
I absolutely love how my brows turned out. I haven’t had them professionally shaped in months. I did my brows differently than normal. I brushed my hair straight up and used the Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Brow Gel in Black to brush up through the hair. I then took a spoolie and blended upwards. After that I used my Urban Decay Browblade in Blackout – the pen side – to fill in the tail and shape around the edges of my brows.
To create this BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look I started with Urban Decay Eden primer, which is a nice match for my skin tone. I set it with Cozzette Beauty Essential Powder in C1. I used a fluffy brush to build BH Cosmetics Light ‘n Airy through the crease and outer lid, and dragged my brush over the lid to create a light dusting of pink. I ‘cut the crease’ with Too Faced Glitter Glue on a stiff brush. Then with a damp brush, I applied BH Cosmetics Sugar to the lid where I cut the crease. With a fluffy brush, I used Makeup Geek Lavender Dreams to blend out the edges of BH Cosmetics Light ‘n Airy. With a small fluffy brush meant for hooded eyes, I blended Melt Cosmetics Meanstreak into the outer v, softening as I blended inwards. I also applied Melt Cosmetics Meanstreak to the outer half of the lower lid. Then I blended Melt Cosmetics Strange Love along the inner half of the lower lid. Using a damp brush, I applied BH Cosmetics Swirl to the outer corner of the lid. I lined the upper lashline with my favorite liquid liner, Marc Jacobs Berry Deep. Using a small angled brush, I applied Meanstreak as a shadow wing, then used a fluffy brush to soften the line.
I miss my lash lifts so much that I bought the GrandeLash Lift Heated Lash Curler. Unfortunately, I haven’t gotten good results with it yet. It doesn’t seem to help my stick straight lashes hold a curl any better than a regular lash curler.
Purple Blush & Purple Lips
Bobbi Boss Yara Wig in Purple
Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream in 17 Bright Beige
Femme Fatale Creeping Coffin – blush (purple with golden glow)
My Pretty Zombie Cocaine – blush (neon pink with purple sparkles)
Black Moon Catshark – highlight (iridescent lilac)
Fenty Pro Filt’r Powder in Lavender
I wanted to wear purple blush for my BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look, so I decided to layer it. I started by using a small blush brush to apply Femme Fatale Creeping Coffin blush along the hollows of my cheeks. With a fluffy blush brush I applied a light layer of My Pretty Zombie Cocaine blush. I used Black Moon Catshark to highlight my face and blended it down as a blush topper.
For my purple lips I outlined with Melt’s 1979 pencil. Then I filled in my lips with Melt Mariachi. I had to apply two coats for opacity. While it looked great in person I think the subtle iridescent finish makes it look a little funky in photos.
What do you think of my BH Cosmetics Cotton Candy Look? I really love how it turned out! It’s a nice change from all my green looks.