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Eau La La Sleek

We are going a bit french today! The word "eau" in french means water. I fell head over heels in love with this gorgeous matte red colour called Rouge from SleekMakeup.


It's a multifunctional product so you can use as a lipliner, lipcolour, or even blush. I prefer it for the lips and adore it being matte as well as an orange toned red perfect for my medium dark skintone. As with most matte colours it is a bit drying on the lips. I left the lips to be the main focus of this simple look but added a pop of drama with the Glitter eyeliner in Ice also from SleekMakeup.



I used simple browns on the eyes again for the glitter to stand out. The gorgeous flush on the cheeks is my first MUA blush in shade 5. It is a pink blush with golden shimmer. <3 And if we didnt have enough SleekMakeup on the face I complete my brows using the SleekMakeup Brow Kit in Dark. My brows have never looked better. Loving my Sleek babies <3 <3 <3

XOXO
Bellezza Bee

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