Melt Smoke Sessions Tutorial
Today I’m sharing my Melt Smoke Sessions Tutorial with you. I bought this palette during the Black Friday Cyber Monday 2018 sales and it arrived very fast. This is the first look I’ve put together with the Melt Cosmetics Smoke Sessions palette. I love this look so much! I don’t normally wear green but I was blown away by how nicely these colors came together. Melt Cosmetics is cruelty-free and their website states that the Smoke Sessions palette is vegan.
I wanted to share my Melt Smoke Sessions Tutorial again with you because I think it’s PERFECT for Fall and Winter 2019. This cool-toned green eyeshadow look would be beautiful for parties this time of year.
Since so many green-toned eyeshadow palettes are out there now, even if you don’t own Melt Smoke Sessions, you can recreate this look with many others! I recommend Moonslice Beauty Emerald Moon Palette, Colour Pop Just My Luck Palette, Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina 2 Pro Pigment Palette, or Lunar Beauty Moon Spell Palette, and of course nothing beats shopping your stash for eyeshadow singles!
Melt Smoke Sessions Tutorial Video
Melt Smoke Sessions Look
Urban Decay Sin Primer Potion
Cozzette C1 Essential Powder
Melt Smoke Sessions palette (Space Queen, Sweet Tooth)
Urban Decay Tease -- transition
Cozzette Jet -- to deepen the outer v
Lime Crime Dragon -- lid and inner lower lid
Kat Von D Aquamarine -- highlight. Try Geek Chic Glacial Ice instead of KVD Aquamarine
Sigma Wicked Liquid Liner
Sigma Final Touch Pencil
Danessa Myricks False Lashes
Smashbox Super Fan Mascara
Pixi Brow Duo in Soft Black
Pixi H2O Skindrink
Danessa Myricks Prism FX Lotion mixed with
Cover Girl L10 TruBlend Matte Made Liquid Foundation
Nudestix Sculpting Pencil
Colour Pop Aphrodisiac blush mixed with
TheBalm Balm Beach Blush
Kat Von D Aquamarine -- highlight
Lemming Lacquer Shake a Poor Sinner’s Hand (LE)
What do you think of my Melt Smoke Sessions tutorial? Would you wear this cool toned green eyeshadow look?