Happy Saturday! I hope that everyone is having a great weekend thus far. For today’s post I took inspiration from a makeup tutorial by the gorgeous Kayla, a makeup artist for Le Metier de Beaute. Being that I already have a lot of the products she used in her Mila Kunis Oscars tutorial, I thought I’d attempt to recreate the look!
Another reason I wanted to attempt this look is that Le Metier de Beaute is one of my favorite brands of all time; the eyeshadows are hands-down the best I have ever used [smooth, pigmented and blendable], the Creme Fresh Lip & Cheek Tints are to die for, and the brand makes some of the most flattering lipstick shades I have seen. The products are pricey, but if you have a gift card or if your birthday is approaching, I highly recommend checking out the eyeshadow in shades Jojo and Spicey, Lip & Cheek Tint in Poppy, and Lipstick in Marrakech and Palm Springs.
Here’s what I did, I hope you enjoy!
Eyes: Le Metier de Beaute Dualistic Eye Pencil in Tamarack – I used this pencil as a base by applying it to my lids, holding the pencil sideways and making small strokes. I then blended the pencil in with a Mac 217 brush. Le Metier Eyeshadow in Jojo – I applied this on top of the pencil, up to the crease; Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eye Pen – I applied a thin line of this liquid liner to my upper lash line; Le Metier Dualistic Eye Pencil in Noir – I applied this black eyeliner to my waterline; Le Metier Eyeshadow in Nutmeg – I applied this golden shimmer shade on my crease, as well as smudged it along my lower lash line; Le Metier Eyeshadow in Alexandrite – I smudged this deep amethyst shade over the black liner on my upper lash line; to complete the eye look I applied several coats of Maybelline The Falsies Mascara to my lashes, top and bottom.
Cheeks: Jouer Mattifying Bronzer in Sunswept – I applied this underneath my cheek bones; Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek in Poppy – I tapped this onto the apples of my cheeks with a fingertip.
What celebrity/look would you like to see on here next? Let me know in the comments!