Today, I’m going to share with you how I got this simple fall look using the new Master Palette by Mario along with swatches and a mini review of this product.
Bear with me, as this is my very first try at a tutorial!
Hope you all enjoy it!
(From bottom to top: HOLLYWOOD, NYC, KIM, MUSE, MARINA, CLAUDIA, LULA, ISABEL, VIOLETA, 5TH AVE, BRONX, PARIS)
Here it is! Isn’t this the epitome of all your autumnal makeup dreams?!
This palette it made up of mostly shimmer shades with the exception of the three perfect matte shadows. As you can see, they are very pigmented, and oh so buttery! They blend like a dream. I absolutely love this palette!
Starting with a bare face, I primed my t-zone with my Cover FX Mattifying Primer with Anti-Acne Treatment.
Then I primed my eyes with my Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
Before I got into the good stuff, I took the shade Foxy from my Naked 2 palette and applied a thin layer from crease to brow bone to help with blending later.
Now I’m ready for some color!
I took the orange matte shade called Isabel and blended that into my crease focusing mostly on the outer corner but slowly bringing color into the inner corner as well. I love how much warmth this color brings to the eyes!
Then I took Bronx, a gorgeous shimmery olive shade, and packed that onto my lids, making sure to keep it low and under my crease.
In order to bring a little extra shine to my eyes, I patted a little bit of Marina right in the center of my lid with my fingertips, then blended the edges with my blending brush.
Now that phase 1 of the eyes is finished, lets get started on the rest of the face.
This is currently my very favorite foundation concoction.
First, I start off with 2 pumps of the Milani Conceal + Perfect 2-in-1 Foundation Concealer, Vanilla, 1.0 Fluid Ounce on my glass mixing palette (aka the bottom of a glass cup haha).
Then I add a little bit of L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation Makeup, Classic Ivory, 1 Fluid Ounce. This helps make my foundation a little lighter since the Milani foundation is slightly too dark for me without a tan, as well as bringing the perfect balance of matte and dewiness to the finish.
Then…da da da daaaaa!!!
I add 2 drops of my Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops in the shade Moonlight.
(If you want to hear more about why I love these drops, read my Ride or Die post.)
ALSO, just realized these are BACK IN STOCK on Sephora!
Get them before they’re gone!!!
After mixing all 3 of those together, I apply the mixture to my face using a damp Beauty Blender.
Then I conceal and highlight with my Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer, blending it in again with my Beauty Blender.
Picking up both the white and banana powders from my Contour Kit by ABH with my Morphe E3, I set my under eyes as well as all the places I put concealer.
I then set the rest of my face with my Maybelline Fit Me! Powder.
Moving on to brows, I used the L’Oreal Stylist Definer Brow Liner along with my Benefit Gimme Brow to add shape, fill in sparse areas, and give volume my brows.
After finishing my brows, I went back to my eyes, adding more of both Isabel and Bronx. This gave me more shape and dimension.
I also took the shade Isabel on a small blending brush along my lower lash line.
Then I picked up the shade 5th Ave with my Morphe M36 and applied that to my inner corners and as a highlight under the arch of my brow.
Now that the eyes are almost complete, I bronzed my face with MAC Give Me Sun! using my Morphe M527.
Finally giving my face some color and shape!
To finish the eyes, I curled my lashes and applied a thick coat of my Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara.
To highlight my face, I dipped my Morphe M501 into my ABH “That Glow” Glow Kit and covered my cheekbones, tip of the nose, and cupid’s bow.
YESSSSSSSSS that glow!
For blush, I used my Wet n wild Color Icon Blush in Apri-Cot in the Middle. This blush is a gorgeous shimmering peach shade that blends so easily and is only $2.99!
This look is almost complete!
Time for lips!
For lips I chose my Milani Color Statement Lipstick in Teddy Bare. This is definitely a favorite of mine. They call it a cool, natural brown, and I agreed, but it definitely has a very flattering pink tint to it that makes a “brown” way more daytime friendly.
I gave my face a quick spray with my FAVORITE Pure Bliss Makeup Setting Spray (which is only $11.95 and a MUST HAVE item! You need it!) and my look was complete!
I had a really fun time putting this look together!
Hope you all enjoyed it!
Let me know if you would like to see some more tutorials and if so, what kind?!
Have a lovely day! xx