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Copper smokey eyes on steroids

Hey chicas, just thought I’d share this makeup look I wore here. I wanted a really smokey look, but when I was done, I realized it was too dark, so I added the orange-ish copper color to my inner corner. I actually really like the outcome, and this is one of the few times my eyebrows cooperated—lol! Products used are listed below. Have a great weekend guys.

Face: Foundatiom- Narsluminousbfoundation in Benares | Powder- MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix pressed power in NW45, | Hightlight- LA Girl Cosmetics concealer in warm honey and Ben Nye banana powder

 Eyes: Inner corner- MAC Cosmetic pigment in copper sparkle | Crease - Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow in #382 | Outer V: Sexespresso from Too Faced Cosmetics (natural eyes palette), and black shade is BHS Cosmetic(Eyes on the 70s palette)

Lips: MAC Cosmetics Retro matte liquid lipstick in Dance with me


  1. The copper really blends well with your skin, flawless! Have a great weekend!

  2. Love how your makeup is glowing.

  3. Love, love, love the look. The eyes are stunning!!

  4. yes woman!!!! love this look

  5. Your face is beat girl! Love the lip shade!

  6. The eye makeup is exquisite and I'm loving that hippie on you.

  7. Waaauuww you are so good with make up!
    Looks perfect

  8. You look great. I want that Dance With Me now:)

  9. Makeup on point! Love it.

  10. You got pretty eyes! You didn't put the link for the eyelashes ;)


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