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Last Night!

Hello beautiful! So since I was wearing a lot of bright eye colours lately I thought I would throw in a more neutral eye (wink wink) for you and pair it with a bright lip instead. When you feel like going out at night, you still want to feel beautiful and this is a quick and easy way to add some drama to the night! 
In case you wondering, my T-shirt says : Go Plant a Tree”

The eyes were created with colours only from the Coastal Scent Go Cairo Palette. This palette has been a staple in my daily makeup routine. It combines both matte and sparkly neutral shades with some pops of glamour. If you want to see my full review of the palette check here

Colour 1: Apply this bright sparkly gold colour all over the lid.
Colour 2: Blend sparkly bronze shade into the crease and into out ‘V’
Colour 3: Darken the outer ‘V’ area with this matte dark brown. Also add to outer half of lower lashline.
Colour 4: Use this matte light brown to soften crease above colour 2 and upwards for highlight.
Colour 5: Finish next half of the lower lash line with this sparkly soft highlight colour. You can even bright this colour up a little and onto colour 1 to brighten up the eye.
Colour 6: Add this matte black with the matte dark brown (colour 3) to fill in brows.
The eyes are completed with a small cat eye created with Revlon’s Colorstay crème gel eyeliner in black, Milani Liquif’eye in Black for the waterline & tightline, Mac False lashes extreme black mascara and Red Cherry #46 lashes. Just a sheer foundation (Sacha’s Second skin foundation) and blush (NYX Espresso) to finish off the face until I added the show stopper for the lips, L.A.Girl creme lipstick in Last Night. 
As you can see I haven’t used the white and silver in this palette much so I’m challenging myself & you to go use both white and silver into another night look! Do you dare? I would love to see yours!
Happy Last Night!

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