I have a makeup look for you, using MAC Cranberry, light pink tones and a gun metal colour to give a smokey yet pink makeup look! Hope you enjoy!
- To begin with, I took a nude colour and applied all over the lid to add a base for the pink tones to lie in. I used Virgin from the Urban Decay Palette.
- Next, I applied MAC Cranberry all over the lid, focusing mainly in the crease and outer corners to create depth to the look.
- I then, chose a very light pink colour (I used an old blusher lying around) and applied this in the crease to brighten a bit along with the inner corners and underneath my eyes.
- To create the smokey effect, I applied Gun Metal, out of the Urban Decay Palette, in a thick line all along the crease and blended it out and into the pink, to create a gradual effect.
- I then applied a relatively thick line of gel eyeliner (I used Topshop Gel Liner in Ink) and created a little flick at the end, to add to the girly-ness of this look. I also applied to the water line too for a cat eye effect.
- Then, I followed with lashings of Dior Iconic High Definition Curling Mascara.
The great thing about this look is that you can wear as many different pink toned lipsticks with this as you like. I went for MAC Girl About Town and MAC St Germain (lightly dabbed onto the lips so it wasn’t too full on). Followed with a pretty light pink blusher, this look is perfect for a girly night out!
Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation in Ivory
MAC Select Cover Up Concealer NC20
MAC Cream Blusher in Something Special
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural
Urban Decay Naked Palette – Colours Virgin and Gun Metal
MAC eye shadow in Cranberry
Light pink blusher
Topshop Gel Liner in Ink
Dior Iconic High Definition Curler Mascara
MAC Girl About Town and St Germain