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Look of the Day-Feeling Blue... but I wore Red!

I did this look yesterday. I wasn't feeling in the best mood yesterday and whenever I don't feel good- I wear the color red... to me it's better than wearing black or blue when I'm down and since I couldn't wear my red dress, I had to settle for red lipstick.  I was rushing when I did this look (I forgot to put on mascara) and I intended it to be very simple... and it was.

Products Used

I used the 2 beige colors in my 88 neutral palette.

-Makeup for Ever Invisible HD foundation in 173
-Elf Candid Coral blush on apples of my cheeks

-shimmer beige color from the 88 neutral palette on my lid
-matte beige color from the 88 neutral palette as my highlight
-Mac Painterly paint pot as my eye base
-Mac Engraved power point pencil as eye liner
-Elf brow kit in medium (not pictured)

-Loreal Infallible lip color: Beyonce Red


Anonymous said…
The colors look very elegant against the skin tone. Most people would think that they are too light for a darker tone but you show that with proper application and blending they "pop" and look lovely!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks, I really like the colors I used because they give the perfect neutral eye! :)

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