Today I’ve got a Colour Pop Fall tutorial to share with you. I’d originally wanted to create a look with Sugarpill Olivia, but my jar is MIA. So I decided to reach for Colour Pop Erotic (bright red with gold shimmer) and Lace (deep dark purple). Add vampy lips and I feel like this is a Fall look.
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Colour Pop Fall Tutorial
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I managed to capture the golden shimmer in Erotic. You can also see the blue twinkles in Bae.
- Performance Colors Shadow Magnet Primer
- Urban Decay Walk of Shame (Naked Basics) – base shade
- Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy – center of lid
- Colour Pop Erotic – lid
- Colour Pop Tea Party – inner v, inner lower lashline
- Colour Pop Lace – outer corner of lid, outer lowr lashline
- Colour Pop Bae – crease
- Illamasqua Fatal – brows
- Smashbox Deep Black Liner – upper waterline
- Urban Decay Scorch – lower waterline
- Urban Decay Subversion Mascara Primer
- Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
- Cover FX Anti-Aging Primer
- Pixi Brightening Primer
- Cover FX Pressed Foundation in N10
- Sonia Kashuk Glow Powder
- NARS Olympia – contour
- Tarina Tarantino Neapolitan Lane – blush
- Makeup Revolution I Love Makeup Goddess of Love – highlighter
- OCC Makeup Skin Conceal in R0 – under eyes
- e.l.f. HD Undereye Setting Powder
- OCC Makeup Colour Pencil in Black Dahlia
- NARS Audacious Lipstick in Ingrid
I really love NARS Ingrid. It’s such a beautiful color. I love that it applies easily.
The combination of Pixi Brightening Primer (do they still make this?) and Cover FX Anti-Aging Primer is really great. I love the effect on my skin. It reminds me of MAC Strobe Cream (yay for a cruelty free alternative).
I really like how the combination of Cover FX Pressed Foundation in N10 with the Sonia Kashuk Glow Powder turned out with my skin. That’s the first pressed powder that I’ve worn in a while and I think it provided the perfect amount of coverage for my skin. It did look a bit dry on my forehead, but it was velvety other places. If I try it again I’ll try a dewy spray.
The Performance Colors Shadow Magnet primer worked well with the Colour Pop shadows. I’m impressed.
What do you think of my Colour Pop tutorial? Do the red and purples remind you of changing leaves?
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