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Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial

Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial

Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial

Happy Saturday! I’ve got a subtle pops of color – Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial for you today. I used 1 eyeshadow palette – the Urban Decay On the Run Detour mini palette, as it’s perfect for this series!

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Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial Video

Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial

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Subtle Teal Makeup Look

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Subtle Teal Makeup Tutorial

Fashion
Open the Cellar Door Medusa Hoop Earrings
Bunny Paige Phyrra Ankh
Metallic Shimmer Sheer Shirt
Enso Rings

Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Eden
Cozzette Powder in C1
Urban Decay On the Run Detour Mini Palette
Makeup Geek Moon Phases Highlighter
Urban Decay Electric Empire pencil
Milk Makeup Kush Brow Gel in Diesel

Face
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer
Milk Makeup Flex Concealer in Porcelain
Milk Makeup Supernova Highlighter (on sale at sephora right now!!!)
Makeup Geek Moon Phases Highlighter
Physicians Formula Plum Rose blush

Lips
Lime Crime Lip Blaze in Jade

I pulled out my Makeup Geek Moon Phases Highlighter, which I haven’t really worn in forever. I sort of stopped wearing my Makeup Geek highlighters as much after being so disappointed with the Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess palette that was NOT porcelain.

I really love EVERYTHING about the Milk Makeup Flex Concealer in Porcelain. I’m highly impressed with its performance and color and how I don’t need to set it. I’m glad I took a chance and bought it.

By the way, I wish I hadn’t forgot to do it first but I’ve found if I apply primer, then the Milk Makeup Supernova Highlighter and then my foundation on top of that, it gives me the most amazing sheen. So gorgeous! I highly recommend!

I really pushed myself out of my comfort zone with this palette to create this look by using the dark mustard shade, Detour. You could do the whole look with only the palette (Skipping Makeup Geek Moon Phases) if you used the iridescent shade in the palette as the highlight, which I meant to do. I definitely like the Urban Decay On the Run Detour Mini Palette way more now that I’ve played with it like this.

What do you think of my subtle teal makeup tutorial?

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