For my second Halloween look I came up with this Fairy?Goddess look, very bronzed with glitter and gold highlight. For this look I actually mostly used the Carli Bybel BH Cosmetics palette which I have been loving, the highlighters are my favorite from that palette.
Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eye Shadow Primer (EYES)
Make Up For Ever Step 1 Hydrating Base Primer (FACE)
Bh Cosmetics Carli Bybel Palette (EYES/FACE/BODY)
BH Cosmetics Glitter Rapture (BROWS/FACE)
Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil Dark Brunette (BROWS)
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Duo Ebony (BROWS)
Benefit Gimme Brow Medium/Deep (BROWS)
Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer 14 (FACE)
Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder (FACE)
Nude Stix Concealer Pencil Deep 8 (FACE)
NYX Matte Lipstick Whipped Caviar (LIPS)
Sephora Long Lasting Kohl Pencil Infinite Beige (EYES)
Josie Maran Argan Black Oil Macara (EYES)
Velour Lashes in Carli Lash (EYES)
MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow Saddle (EYES)
Tarte Clay Pot Waterproof Liner – Black (EYES)
This look is pretty easy and quick to explain so lets get started!
For this look I filled in my brows as I normally do and place glitter form BH Cosmetics on top, almost as if I was setting my brows with the gel glitter. Then I went on to prime my face and eye lids. Once that was finished I went onto my eye makeup. For your eye makeup do whatever look you feel is fairy like.
Then I moved onto my concealer I used Sephora Collection and then I set that with a setting powder.
So for my skin I highlighted and contoured with a highlighter. This sounds weird but what I did was I used a golden highlight shade from the Carli Bybel Palette and I use that to add a golden glow to my skin in these areas: cheek bones, fore head, chin, chest, nose and cupids bow. Then I used the last shade from the Carli Bybel Palette to "contour" that shade is a bronze shade which would be a nice higligther for deeper skin tones for me it's too dark as a highlight for a normal makeup look. However this is Halloween lol. So I used this darker shade to "contour". I used this around my forehead, cheek bones, and my chest. For my chest you can see I placed the bronze highlight in the areas that look darker then the gold highlight.
If you are of a lighter skin tone then for you would pick highlighters to match your complexion which would be different from what I used.
Next using glitter from BH Cosmetics I added it to my cheek bones and cupids bow from BH Cosmetics to help make the cheek bone and cupids bow glitter a bit more and I also place glitter on my chest with a glitter spray.
For my lips I went with a nice pink from NYX Cosmetics.
Hope you guys had a great weekend!