Hey loves, firstly sorry for using an instagram picture I've gone and lost my
mind battery charger for my camera which is just fab...aaagh! Secondly I'm not too sure if FOTD's are still a thing in the blogosphere!?
I thought I'd post this one up anyway as I was inspired by the lovely Tanya Burr's latest video where she used the Bourjois 'chocolate' bronzer to create a gorgeous gold smokey eye look for a Nicole Scherzinger tutorial and I think it's such a great idea that I wanted to share it in case you don't subscribe to Tanya's videos which I'm pretty sure 99% of you will do.
As you probably know from my last post I am really into bronze eye make-up at the moment and have been sticking to the same look for weeks now, I won't call it a rut because I've been loving wearing it but switching up products is always quite refreshing, almost theraputic does anyone else find that? I used the chocolate bronzer as a base all over the lid and then took a purple toned brown out of the MUA heaven and earth palette on the outer half of the lid and blended it a little in the crease I then just smudged a mixture of 'darkhorse' and 'creep' from the original Urban Decay naked palette across the upper and lower lashlines in kind of a messy fashion to give it quite an 'undone' finish, I popped a bit of Barry M dazzle dust in the shade 932 in the tear duct and added a couple of coats of L'oreal false lash telescopic mascara and got this lovely warm bronze smokey look that's really wearable for the daytime with the rest of the make-up being kept quite minimal... I just used Bourjois healthy mix radiance reveal foundation, Collection lasting perfection concealer on my horrendous under eye circles and delightful nose redness, benefit Hoola bronzer to contour a bit of a flush of little mix for Collection Perrie blush and ELF mineral lip liner in the shade 'peachy' all over the lips, oh I also filled in my brows using the Seventeen 'brows that' kit and I just realised that doesn't sound too minimal at all but it is I promise haha ;)
What are your favourite product's for multi tasking?