Duochromatic Everyday Eye Look

When you think everyday makeup, you may think something pretty neutral such as brown shadows, a subtle smoke, wing liner or even just a lot of lashes – but why?!

Just because it’s a day to day makeup doesn’t mean it has to be plain, so here I’m going to use an amazing new product from Sleek called the i-Art in Modernism. It’s a cream shadow that shifts from brown to purple and blue making that usual everyday look a little bit different.

I’ll also be showcasing some new makeup products from Wonderland Makeup, including their Lash Lengthening Mascara with Fibres which really makes the lashes pop!

So if you’re bored of the usual, everyday makeup – look no further cause I’ve got you covered.

Wonderland Studio Finish Primer (£15, Wonderland Makeup)**
Applied with clean fingers to the centre of face in a dabbing motion
The Ordinary Serum Foundation in 2.0N Light Medium (£5.75, Beauty Bay)
L.A. Girl Pro Conceal in Natural (£5, Beauty Bay)
Both applied and blended with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge (£5.99, Superdrug)
RCMA Translucent Powder (£13, Beauty Bay) to set the concealer into place and dust the face
Applied to bake concealer with the Real Techniques sponge and then to dust the powder away and put a fine dusting of the powder all over the face, using a large duo fibre brush like the Sigma F50 (£22.50, Beauty Bay)

MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Soft Ochre (£16, MAC Cosmetics) to prime the eye with fingers all over the lid up to the brow
MAC Cream Colour Base in Dusk (£15, MAC Cosmetics) all over the lid
MAC Eyeshadow in Woodwinked (£13.50, MAC Cosmetics) into the crease
Applied using the big fluffy brush from the Storybook Cosmetics Wand Collection ($55, Storybook Cosmetics)
Sleek i-Art in Modernism (£6.99, Superdrug) applied with the applicator to the inner half of the lid
Wonderland Loose Pigment in Matte Black (£6.50, Wonderland Makeup)** applied on the outer half of the eye
Applied with the Spectrum Happy Medium Fluffy Shader (£5, Beauty Bay)
On the same brush, taking Woodwinked underneath the lower lashes to smoke it out
Rimmel Soft Kohl Eye Pencil in Jet Black (£2.99, Superdrug) to line the upper and lower waterline
Wonderland Lash Lengthening Mascara with Fibres (£11.50, Wonderland Makeup)** to lower and upper lashes

B. Pro Styler Brow Pencil in Brown (£4.99, Superdrug)

L’Oreal Paris Glam Bronze Terra Bronzer (£12.99, Boots)
Applied with the New CID Cosmetics Powder brush (£31.50, New CID Cosmetics)** around the perimeters of the face

MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Give Me Sun! (£24.50, MAC Cosmetics) to bronze up the cheeks further
Applied using the Models Own blush brush from the Base Brush Collection (£16.99, Models Own)
Nip+Fab Blusher Palette (£8.95, Superdrug) – Shade Whisper
Applied using the Real Techniques Contour brush from the Flawless Base set (£19.99, Superdrug)
Bleach London Legal Highlighter in Berwick St Floor (£4.50, Superdrug)
Applied with small face highlighting brush – unbranded – but a similar one is Morphe R36 Pointed Highlighter brush (£9, Beauty Bay)

NYX Butter Lipstick in Root Beer Float (£6, Boots)

Love, always.






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*I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.
**I was gifted these products for review.
N.B. All opinions on the products are my own.
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