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Citrus Pop Carnival Inspired Look

It’s carnival time here in Trinidad & Tobago and this is where you get to see our creativity using any colour under the rainbow. I personally am not afraid to where bright makeup or clothing anytime of the year but do find it more appealing to go really bright when it’s carnival time. I don’t play mas but if I had to choose a costume it would be something with green and blue. So instead I tried a carnival inspired green and blue look for you. Hope you enjoy as much as I did!
Eyes
Ambrosia Amplified (Primer)
Canary Gem (Matte bright yellow)
Citrus Peel (Matte chartreuse)
Atlantic Star (Matte bright medium blue)
Deep Marine (Matte bright dark blue)
Havana Cream (Matte soft peach)
Ambrosia Cosmetics Lust Dust in Waterfall (Sparkly bright blue)
NYX Liquid liner with grow lash serum- Jet black
Face
Revlon Beyond Natural Smoothing Primer
Sacha Second Skin foundation in Perfect Caramel
MAC Mineralize Skin-finish Natural in Medium dark
MAC powder blush in Melba

Lips
Kleancolor Lipliner in Natural

It’s so nice to be able to bring out your bright shadows and experiment with colour. Hope you have an enjoy Carnival weekend or just a regular good ole weekend!
Happy Carnival!
XOXO
Naomi

Comments

  1. Oh yeah! I luv this look and the earrings brings it out even more, besides the obvious thoughts of peacocks prancing..its also reminds me of the humming bird..Carnival may see me Tuesday, but that no surety! Hope you enjoy the rest of ur weekend!!

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  2. i've never been to a carnival but i can certainly imagine how festive and colorful it would be.
    your makeup looks perfect for the occasion.
    the eyemakeup reminds me of a beautiful exotic bird. :)

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    1. Thanks Lena! Aren't you from new york? I believe there is a carnival there too, lots of Trinidadians are living in new york!

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