Pink Lemonade Makeup Look

Recently, my amazing friend Chazz got me the Lime Crime Pocket Candy palette in Pink Lemonade and I couldn’t wait to try it out. In true blogger form, I waited patiently to take photos and now the posts up, the looks created using the palette can begin.

What I love most about the palette, as can be seen in the review here >>Kid’s Makeup Or a (Polly) Pocket Worthy Palette<<, is the multi-function. It can be used as eyeshadow, blush and even highlight. The tones in this palette are super flattering for my skin tone as they’re pinky warm toned browns and I love the look I’ve created for you here.

I kept it quite simple, so it’s definitely something that you’re able to wear day to day, even with the pop of pink. If you wanted, this could definitely be amped up for a night out and would make a perfect makeup look for both girly girls and grunge lovers. I’m excited to create some more looks using this palette for you in the future and if there’s any suggestions on which colours to mainly use, please let me know.

Childs Farm Moisturiser in Grapefruit & Tea Tree (£4.49, Superdrug)
Makeup Revolution Fast Base Foundation Stick in F4 (£5, Beauty Bay)
Applied to the centre of face and under the eyes and then blended with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge (£5.99, Superdrug)
Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation in 53 Beige (£9.99, Superdrug)
Applied to the rest of the face and blended in with the same Real Techniques Sponge
L.A. Girl Pro Conceal in Suede (£5, Beauty Bay)
Applied as a cream highlight and blended in with the side of the Real Techniques sponge
RCMA Translucent Powder (£13, Beauty Bay)
Applied to mattify the face all over with the Zoeva Face Focus brush (£13, Beauty Bay)

Lime Crime Pocket Candy palette in Pink Lemonade (£31, Feel Unique)
Taking the shade Pink Jelly – a shimmery baby pink shade – in the crease and transitioning up to the brow
Applied with the Spectrum A08 brush (£4.99, Spectrum)
On the same brush, taking the shadow Brown Sugar – a warm-toned pinky brown – to further define the crease
To add depth to the outer corner and lower lash line, packing on the shade Baby Cake – a deep warm toned matte brown
Applied with the Spectrum A07 brush (£4.99, Spectrum)
To add shimmer and brightness onto the lid, taking the shade Lemonade – a super shimmery yellow gold shadow
Applied with the Zoeva Luxe Petit Crease brush (£9, Beauty Bay)
Maybelline Angel Push Up The Falsies Mascara in Waterproof Black (£7.99, Boots) on upper and lower lashes

Tanya Burr Perfect Brow Palette (£7, Feel Unique)
Taking a mix of the darkest and lightest to match the shade I want and applying with the Zoeva Brow Line brush (£8, Beauty Bay)

MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Give Me Sun (£25.50, MAC Cosmetics)
Applied to the perimeters of the face to bronze with the New CID Cosmetics Chrome Powder brush (£31.50, New CID Cosmetics)
Taking the shade Brown Sugar from the Lime Crime Pocket Candy palette in Pink Lemonade (£31, Feel Unique) as a blush
Applied to the apples of the cheeks with the Real Techniques Blush brush (£9.99, Boots)
With the same palette, taking the shade Lemonade to use as highlight
Applied with the Contour brush from the Real Techniques Flawless Base Set (£19.99, Boots)

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Hush Hush (£15, Cult Beauty) all over the lip
Topped with Stila Lip Glaze in Banana Berry (£16, Feel Unique)

Love, always.



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