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Notoriously Morbid Boe Look

Notoriously Morbid Boe Look

I’ve got a Notoriously Morbid Boe look for you today from Kat at Dreadfully Divine.

Notoriously Morbid Boe Look

Hello lovelies! It’s Kat from Dreadfully Divine (again)! Since we are both huge fans of Notoriously Morbid, I had to do a Notoriously Morbid look for Phyrra. While I am sure that you have heard Phyrra rave about their products and their subscription the Vanishing Cabinet, if you haven’t checked them out yet you really should.

While Notoriously Morbid has an amazing subscription with awesome themes and limited edition colors, they do have an amazing lineup of colors in their permanent line. So, I tried to incorporate as many colors that you can get your hands on immediately to get your fix. Cause if you are like me, it KILLS me when I fall in love with a color and I can’t get my hands on it.

While I think that glitter brows are an everyday thing as well as cut creases and all the colors of the rainbow, I am do know that some work places poo poo on glitter brows and dramatic makeup. Hence, I did another neutral look for this post. I know, glitter brows are fabulous and you can’t take my glitter brow card away, but I wanted do to a look that everyone can wear even to work without the boss giving you the stink eye over your makeup. Now just because it is a neutral look doesn’t mean that you have to stick to only browns and other neutral shades or even stay away from cut creases. A little pop of color in the waterline and as a liner will add a flair of the dramatic and bold without mean face from the boss at work. And depending on what color lipstick you use, you can make this neutral look a day or night look.

Notoriously Morbid Boe Look

Notoriously Morbid Boe Look

Products Used
Lunatick Cosmetic Labs Primer
Notoriously Morbid’s(NM) So Goes My Nation (highlight)
NM Tea Tosh (applied lightly in the crease)
NM Gretel’s Ghost (applied with a nail art brush slightly above my natural crease to cut it)
**I find that using nail art brushes makes for easier control when cutting my crease and when I apply colors for cutting the crease I apply them slightly overlapping to make blending easier**
NM I Am Afflicted (applied above Gretel’s Ghost also using a nail brush)
NM Boe (applied above I am Afflicted using a nail brush)
NM 25 Years (applied above Boe )
NM Ladder to Hell (applied above 25 Years)
NM Shenanimonkey (applied all over my lid)
NM Morgana (scooped into the lid and then I added a drop of BeautyBarBaby’s Bling Bling Glitter Adhesive and mixed until I created my custom liner)
MAC Cosmetic’s Kohl Liner in Fascinating (white)
NM Cin’s Sins applied on top of Fascinating to create the light blue waterline color.
Oh My Lash Dazzling Lashes
MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Foundation and Powder
NM Necromancy blush ( as a contour)
NM Elizabeth’s Burder Blush (as a highlight)
My Pretty Zombie’s Dahlia (liquid lipstick)

Once again thanks so much to Phyrra for this awesome opportunity and I wish her a super speedy recovery! I hope that you enjoyed my guest post and this look. Stop by my social media pages and say hello cause I promise I don’t bite and I love chatting about makeup. If you wanted to hop over and say hello just click on one of the links below. Get well soon Phyrra and until next time lovelies!

You can find Kat on Instagram.

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