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May 19, 2016

what a perfect look for a saturday night soirée!

we are captivated by Mila Kunis’ sultry smoke! her hazel eyes are mesmerizing thanks to a dose of warm bronzes, while her flawless skin, and almost nude lips balance out the intensely dramatic eye makeup.

get the look:

start off with moisturized skin to prep for ELLIS FAAS Cosmetics skin veil foundation. we love this product because it illuminates as opposed to covering up the skin.

build the eye makeup with Too Faced Cosmetics neutral eyeshadow collection, which is a heavenly assortment of warm neutrals. start with ‘velvet revolver’ all over the lid as a base for lasting power. use ‘push up’ on the lid, up to the crease, and then use the darker ‘sexpresso’ for added intensity to the outer corners and under the eyes. blend, blend, blend with a clean brush for the smoky look. ‘silk teddy’ on the brow bone and inner corners of the eyes adds light to the eyes!

more drama is created with the tarte cosmetics smolderEYES liner on the upper lashline, smudging up and out. line the waterline to finish.

finally, fill in the brows with Geisha Ink Liquid Eye Liner eyebrow liner for 24-hour, smudge-free coverage.






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