I have previously reviewed The Becca Lost Weekend Eyeshadow Palette and as I promised – I just did a FOTD with it. This makeup was focused on conturing – Becca Lost Weekend Eyeshadow palette was used to contour the eyes and all along the side of the nose. I also thickened and extended my eyebrows on both ends so they connect to the contours on the side of my nose bridge . On my face, lots of bronzing shades were used to contour the cheeks. Lip color was tossing between a berry or a nude shade – in the end I opted for a glossy nude shade.
This is the final look:
A quick rundown on the products I used.
Dior Extreme Fit Foundation: I will be doing a review for this foundation this week. Overall it is a natural looking foundation with decent coverage that hides all my freckles!
MAC Bronzing Powder: applied the brown shade down the side of my cheeks to the jawlines.
Nars Blush in Madly: was applied along the hollow of the cheeks to the temples.
Guerlain Meteorites in Beige Chic: started from my cheekbones to the temples.
Bobbi Brown Long Wear Cream Eyeshadow in Suede: was used as a base color all over the eye socket area to make the colors that were applied later pop out more.
Becca Lost Weekend Eyeshadow Palette: layered the shimmery mauvy shades with the matte mauvey shade all over the eyelids up to the sides of my upper nose bridge. The medium brown shade was then applied from the outer edge of the eyelid and blended into the crease, creating a v shape.
Majolica Perfect Automatic Liner: for upper lash line
Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in Rose Platine: was all along the lower lash line, intensified at the tear duct areas.
Lancome Le Crayon Khol in Brown: used to darken the outer edge of the lower lash line.
Laura Mercier Eyebrow Powders
False Eyelashes: Princess Lee Criss Cross in 7. (picture of it can be found in my previous FOTD)
A closer up shot:
Giorgio Armani Rouge d’Armani in beige 105. (reviewed here)