For day 7 of Blogmas I have decided to post my 2nd festive makeup look and I think this might be my favourite! This look is definitely for a Christmas party or a night out. It is so sparkly and really eye catching. I love it!
For my face make up I used the same products as I used for the 1st make up look over on Blogmas day 3. This looks focus is on the eyes and making them stand out, so I went quite subtle with my contour and highlight.
I primed my eyes with the Nars Radiant Creamy concealer and set that with the Laura Mercier Translucent Powder, which makes the best base for heavly pigmented eyeshadows. I sprayed MAC Fix+ on my eyeshadow brush to make the eyeshadow even more pigmented and also it makes it set better. I used Charlotte Tilbury’s Nocturnal Cat Eyes To Hypnotise eyeshadow in the shade Snow Leapord all over my lid. This eyeshadow is probably my favourite from my make up collection because of how dazzling it looks. I packed on the pigment to my lid then began to blend upwards and around my eye. I also smudged this along my lower lash line to make the look even more dramatic. I then used Urban Decay’s eyeshadow in the shade Moonspoon which is a silvery grey, this is another extreamly pigmented eyeshadow. It is a lighter shade than the CT eyeshadow so I used this in the inner corner of my eyes to act as a highlight. I then added a touch of the MAC Blue Brown pigment pot, another favourite of mine. This colour is amazing as it looks a different colour depnding on how the light hits it. I added this purpley blue shade to the centre of my lid and lightly blended upwards. Next I added Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock ‘N’ Khol eye pencil in the shade Black Magic, which is black with silver glitter in. I lined my eyes with this and smudged it out to blend with the eyeshadow. Finally I finished with the Ardell Demi Whispies lashes to add to this dramatic eye look.
I hope you like this look, it will definitely make you’re eyes stand out like little sparkly glitter balls! The 3rd makeup look will be up later throughout December.
Thank you for reading,
Georgia May X