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Lethal Purple Makeup Look

Lethal Purple Makeup Look

Lethal Purple Makeup Look

Hello my friends! Today I’m sharing my bad ass Lethal Purple Makeup Look. I filmed a tutorial on this look but I’m going to have to reshoot it because the camera kept focusing on my ear instead of my face through half of it. I love purple makeup so much! Yes, this is another monochromatic purple look. I really enjoy doing monochromatic makeup looks in my favorite colors like purple, teal, and green. This is a nearly all vegan makeup look, too!

Purple Eye Makeup

In casse you don’t know, I have oily, hooded eyelids. I always need to wear eyeshadow primer because of how much excess skin I have on my eyes. And I typically always set my eyeshadow primer, or at least the crease. All that excess skin likes to rub away eyeshadow.

Lethal Spirit, Synth, Deceit, Scatter, Sequence, and Danessa Myricks Amour Lethal Spirit, Synth, Deceit, Scatter, Sequence, and Danessa Myricks Amour

Brows
Nyx Brow Glue (v)
Urban Decay Browblade in Blackout (v)

Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Eden (v)
Cozzette Beauty C1 Essential Powder (v) – to set and help blend out edges
Nabla Black Cupid’s Arrow pencil (v) – tightline upper waterline
Lethal Sequence (v) – base shade all over
Melt Mixtape pencil (v) – lower lid
Nyx Periwinkle Pop pencil – lower waterline
Marc Jacobs Jelly Much? liquid eyeliner – upper lash line
Lethal Spirit (v) – crease and lid, lower lid smudged on top of pencil
Lethal Synth (v) – lid
Lethal Deceit (v) – outer v, blended inwards
Danessa Myricks Amour Twin Flames (v) – lid
Lethal Scatter (v) – highlight
Eyeko Fat Brush & Lash Alert Mascaras
Laura Mercier Under Eye Setting Powder – under eyes

Lethal Cosmetics is a 100% cruelty-free and 100% vegan indie makeup brand from Berlin, Germany. I’m obsessed with my blushes and eyeshadows from them.

Danessa Myricks is a 100% cruelty-free and 100% vegan Black Owned indie makeup brand. I’m still hooked on my Danessa Myricks Prism FX Hydrating Lotion, which I love to mix into my foundations to give me glow. I’m still experimenting with the Twin Flames I have, but I love the color shift and how they glow!

Nabla officially makes my favorite eye pencils these days. Nabla Cupid’s Arrow pencils, while having a limited shade range, are the only things creamy enough that they don’t hurt my upper waterline when I apply them. They also stay in place and last all day once set. I greatly appreciate this on my oily, hooded eyelids.

My lashes still won’t hold a curl. I still haven’t been brave enough to try the at home lash lift kit I purchased. Maybe this weekend! Until then, I’m using my Eyeko Fat Brush & Lash Alert Mascaras. The combo together seems to make my lashes visible and they pretend to hold a curl for a minute.

Monochromatic Purple Makeup Look

Monochromatic Purple Makeup Look Monochromatic Purple Makeup Look

Face
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer (v)
Kiko Hazelnut Sculpting Stick
Doll 10 Beauty Anti-Stress Skin Perfector in Fair mixed with
Danessa Myricks Prism FX Hydrating Lotion (v)
Smashbox Studio Skin Foundation in .1 (v) mixed with
Danessa Myricks Prism FX Hydrating Lotion (v)
Lethal Scatter (v) – highlight
Lethal Quartz (v) – Contour
Lethal Hybrid (v) – blush
Nyx High Glass Finishing Powder in Light

Lips
Melt 1979 lip pencil (v)
Lethal Subzero lip gloss (v)

Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer is still my favorite primer to use beneath foundation. It is amazing for dry skin like mine.

I love the Doll 10 Beauty Anti-Stress Skin Perfector in Fair but I wish I had a better shade match because Fair is too dark on its own. I do like it mixed with other foundations or used the way I did it today. Today I used it as a deeper foundation shade to give my face more dimension, as Mickey has done on me in the past. As a makeup artist, he will often mix two or three shades to create dimension on the face so that it’s not flat.

After my primer dried, I applied to the perimeter of my face with Doll 10 Beauty Anti-Stress Skin Perfector in Fair mixed with Danessa Myricks Prism FX Hydrating Lotion. Then I applied Smashbox Studio Skin Foundation in .1 mixed with Danessa Myricks Prism FX Hydrating Lotion to the center of my face. I contoured the hollows of my cheeks, the edges of my forehead and my jawline with Kiko Hazelnut Sculpting Stick. I blended all of this out. I set under my eyes with the Laura Mercier Under Eye Setting Powder, highlighted the tops of my cheeks with Lethal Scatter, contoured my face with Lethal Quartz, and added a flush with Lethal Hybrid. To finish, I dusted Nyx High Glass Finishing Powder in Light lightly all over.

I’m nowhere near Mickey’s skill level with making my face multidimensional, but I’m having fun as I practice and try different techniques.

How are you having fun with makeup lately?

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