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Brown Smokey Liner Looks

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Face : L’Oreal Infallible Pro Matte Foundation Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder (to set under eyes) MAC Mineralized Skin Finish in “Medium” (to set face) NYX Matte Bronzer in “Light” Benefit “Hoola” Bronzer (light contour) Annabelle Blush in “Vintage Rose” MAC Mineralized Skin Finish in “Soft & Gentle” (as highlight)

Eyes : Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette; Milk Chocolate & Semi Sweet in crease Haute Chocolate & Hazelnut on lid Creme Brûlée on inner corner MAC “Black Track” Fluidline Guerlain Maxi Lash Mascara

Lips : MAC Lipstick in “Paramount”

There are two things I want to talk about with this look. The first being the Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer; this stuff is crazy. Not only is it amazing for brightening under eyes but HOLY! is this stuff thick. I’m talking it takes all my strength to even push the product out of its tube. If you’re looking for a full coverage concealer (for dark circles or pesky blemishes) make this your go-to. After a couple uses I found the best way to apply this concealer is with a concealer brush then blend in with a sponge or beauty blender. I can honestly say after trying this out I will definitely be sticking to my Urban Decay Complete Coverage Naked Skin Concealer, but it’ll be nice to know this is in my drawer for those nights I’ve stayed up watching to many episodes on Netflix.

Now the second product I think is worth mentioning is the MAC Fluidline in “Black Track.” When I first tried it out I’ll be honest, I didn’t really like it but after revisiting it my mind has completely changed. I’m not sure if I wasn’t using enough product before or if I was under the liquid liner spell but this formula is actually really great. Whether you’re using it for a bold liner, or something more subdued this liner is a strong contender. The formula is creamy, non-drying and perfectly opaque.

S.

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