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Hot Pink Feathers and Gloss

You know I love my pink! Hot pink though I bring out when I’m feeling really bold and adventurous or in this case when I just want a simply look with some bold lips as the main focus. So slap on some hot pink lip-gloss with a cat eye and we’re done! Add some drama with some matching hot pink feather earrings and I’m out the door. Onto shopping! 
Face
Revlon Beyond Natural Smoothing Primer
MAC Mineralize Skin-finish Natural in Medium dark
MAC Mineralize Satin-finish foundation in NC 45
MAC Melba

Eyes
Revlon Colorstay 16 hour eye-shadow quad in Siren
NYX Liquid liner with grow lash serum in Jet Black
Milani Liquif’eye eyeliner pencil in black
MAC False lashes extreme black mascara

Lips
Revlon Colorburst Lip-gloss in Hot Pink
How bright will you go? Hot pink is not an everyday wear for me but when I do bring it out, for some reason I have a lot of fun!
Happy Hot Pink!
XOXO
Naomi

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