Today I’ve got a Makeup Geek Vegas Lights Tutorial to share with you. The Makeup Geek Vegas Lights palette is a very warm toned palette, but I was able to come up with a look that I really like using it! I was worried about all the warm colors and I shouldn’t have been.
Makeup Geek Vegas Lights Tutorial
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Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Makeup Geek Vanilla Bean – base shade
Makeup Geek Sin City (Vegas Lights) – lid, lower lid
Makeup Geek Mirage (Vegas Lights) – inner lid
Makeup Geek Roulette (Vegas Lights) – outer lid, outer lower lid, outer crease, blended inwards
Makeup Geek Desert Sand (Vegas Lights) – inner crease
Darling Girl Grinchy Clause – center of lids
Makeup Geek Bada Bing (Vegas Lights) – outer v
NARS Black Valley – upper waterline, upper lash line, outer lower lash line
glo Minerals Peach Pencil – lower waterline
Silk Naturals Soft Black Brow Creme
Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
Darling Girl The Tragic Death of Mr. Stay Puft – highlight
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Skin Primer
Cover FX CC Cream in N Xtra Light
Makeup Geek Honeymoon – blush
Silk Naturals Close Up Illuminating Powder
Colour Pop Lip Pencil in LBB
Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask in Champagne
Vegas Lights Palette Shades
Casino – Shimmery saturated metallic gold with orange undertones
Sin City – Shimmery golden apricot/golden medium orange
Roulette – A rosy, burnt shimmery sienna
Mirage – Pale matte beige with yellow undertones and a silky finish
Desert Sands – Matte, medium terra-cotta
Bada Bing – Deep brown with flecks of gold (available as a single too)
I typically find yellow and orange hard to wear, but I feel like the the combination of Sin City and Roulette work well together. I’ve been thinking of trying Bada Bing on the lid, layering Roulette on top and blending into the crease, using Desert Sands to blend out the edges of Roulette on the crease.
How would you wear Vegas Lights?
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