Pretty Golden-Peach Makeup with Le Metier de Beaute

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I have professed my love for Le Metier de Beaute products in several posts on here, so I wanted to create a look using products mostly from the brand. I have never tried a Le Metier product that I haven’t loved – the line of Colour Core Lipsticks has some of the most gorgeous, flattering shades I have ever used, and the dimensional True Colour Eyeshadows blend together so beautifully to enhance and bring out the color of your eyes.

For this post I used my absolute favorite Le Metier products to create a fresh, golden look with pops of peach and pink that is perfect for spring and summer.

Face: I applied my Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation in shade 4 with fingertips, and then concealed underneath my eyes with my Maybelline Fit Me Concealer. I then powdered through the center of my face with my Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Diffused Light.

Eyes: First I applied Le Metier de Beaute True Colour Eyeshadow in Jojo, a beautiful shimmering champagne, onto my lids, blending the shade into the crease. I then took Nutmeg, a golden copper, and placed the shade on the crease using a wind-screen wiper motion. Next, I applied a mixture of these two shades to my lower lash line to balance out the eye look. To add definition I applied Le Metier de Beaute Dualistic Eye Pencil in Tamarack onto my water line, and applied a thin line of Marc Jacobs Magic Marc’er Precision Pen to my upper lash line. To complete the eyes I applied several coats of Maybelline The Falsies Mascara.

Cheeks: To contour and bronze up my face I used my Jouer Mattifying Bronzer in Sunswept. For a pretty pink, glowy cheek I applied my Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek in Poppy, taking a small amount onto my middle finger and tapping the product onto the apples of my cheeks.

Lips: First I applied Le Metier de Beaute Colour Core Stain Lipstick in Marrakech, a nude, coral-pink with a frost finish. Overtop of the lipstick I applied Le Metier de Beaute Lip Creme in Peche Creme, a gorgeous shimmering light peach. The Lip Cremes are incredible – they feel so smooth and nourishing on the lips, they have a really pleasant vanilla fragrance, and they can be mixed together to create your own custom shade.

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