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Ombre Orange

Hey chicas, It's a make up post today--whoop! 

This one is for those lazy days. You want a glam look, but do not want to put in the work. This look was super easy, as I only used two shades of eye shadows. The colors were different shades of the same color, so blending was easy peasy (a win for lazy days!). For the entire eyelid, I used Inglot Matte Eyeshadow in Orange-AMC 51 and MAC Cosmetic pigment,
 copper sparkle in the inner corner. And My favorite vamp lipstick came through with that extra pow!

...and voila
Foundation: Maybelline FIT ME! Matte + Poreless Foundation | Powder: MAC Studio Fix Powder
Highlight: LA Girl Cosmetic Concealer in Medium beige + Ben Nye Banana Powder | Contour: Black Radiance Concealer Stick in Dark [8003]
Lipstick: Raven Claw by LA Splash Cosmetics
That's all folks. Have a great week.


  1. molto bella!

  2. Your makeup looks lovely and your post has inspired me to try a brighter eye shadow.

  3. thank you for the lovely comment on my last post...big hug to you too <3

    you look stunning <3 <3 <3

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  4. Beautiful eyeshadow!! Such a perfect shade for spring. :)

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  5. I love how very well blended the shadows are. You look lovely girl! Hope you had a good Easter!

  6. Just the colors

  7. Lovely color and great combination!

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  8. Fabulous make up ! You are gorgeous. Kisses ;)


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