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Cobalt blue & champagne eye make up

Today's post is a make up look I wore to a wedding few weeks ago. The bottom part of my dress (worn here) was metallic navy blue, and I decided to compliment the outfit with blue eye makeup. Because I was pressed for time, I opted for my basic make up technique; neutral color in inner corner of eyes, bright color in the middle,and brown shadow on the outer part corner. 
I wasn't able blend the shadow as much as I would have wanted, but I think overall, the look came out okay. Products used are listed below. 

Have a fab day.

Face- Concealer: Mac NW 45 | Foundation" Loreal ultra Matte in cocoa | Powder: Loreal Infallible in cocoa | Blush: Ellen Tracy Bronzing Trio

Eyes-- Shadows: Blue: Lisi in Hawaiian Blue, Champagne & brown color: Too face faced neutral palette | Lashes: Max Studio

Lip: Lip Liner: NYC brown liner in #922 | Lip color: LA SPlash cosmetics Liquid lipstick in Latte Confession


  1. gorgeous! love that pink pout...

  2. Your makeup is "On fleek"!!
    Wish I was that good at doing my makeup.


  3. You look wonderful!

  4. your makeup just keeps getting better.i like how your hair fits you too.

  5. You did a grwat job with the blue,I really don't know how to blend eye makeup but i'm in love with this look especially the lips, you're beautiful. Kisses.

  6. face on a hunnid!!! lol I use that same foundation too...infallible right?

  7. Love your makeup, we need a tutorial next, I suck at eye makeup, lol

  8. I think the blending looks great. Honestly, to me, your makeup is always on point.

  9. Ohhh, so beautiful with the earrings, Naija! Love the blue eyeshadow on you, lady. Happy Monday!

    xoxo Ira

  10. Your makeup is so gorgeous! Love your earrings and that top!

  11. Super pretty. The eye game you have is what my next goal is going to be. So pretty!!

    Kreyola Jounerys | Instagram

  12. Really lovely.

  13. Yes girl, your eye make up is on point! Gorgeous!

  14. Wonderful makeup, you are gorgeous :)


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