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HALO EYE USING MORPHE 35O

After I finally got my hands on the Morphe 35O palette I’ve been itching to do a proper warm autumn make up look like this one. I enjoyed doing halo style eye shadow and the colours work really well together. I wore this make up to work after and got so many compliments, I hope you like it too!

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Eyes: I used  Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Medium Brown for my eyebrows (eyebrow tutorial coming soon!). Before priming my eyes with Urban Decay primer potion in Eden and Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer with the two neutral shades on the 35O palette on top (1).

I blended the light brown and yellow 35O shades into and above my crease, before blending in the orange shade (2). I used a small brush to apply Curfew by Make Up Geek (purple) on the inner and outer corners (3); blended using Bitten by Make up Geek (red) (4); applied the gold 35O shade into the centre of the lid with a bit of Flame Thrower by Make Up Geek either side (5); finally I darkened the crease with Cocoa Bear by Make Up Geek (brown) before cleaning up the eye shadow (6).

I created a wing with ‘Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyelinerand filled it in with Kat Von D tattoo liner and Rimmel Exaggerate Eye Liner; before applying Maybelline Lash Sensational mascara and Ardell Demi Lashes.

Face: I used Nivea Men Post Save Balm for primer then for foundation I used No7 Beautiful Matte foundation in Warm Ivory. I concealed under my eyes and down the centre of my face using Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer. I set everywhere using Urban Decay pressed powder, before bronzing with Benefit Hoola Bronzer and contouring using the Kat Von D Shade and Light paletteI highlighted with The Balm Mary-Lou Manizer and the Sleek Solstice palette then sprayed Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray all over to set. On my lips I used Mac Lip Pencil in SoarNyx Liquid Suede in Soft Spoken and Kat Von D everlasting liquid lipstick in Bow and Arrow.

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