Tutorial - Goldilux meets Shadowy Lady

Hi Bellas,

I'm finally back with another tutorial!  I actually wore this look to the New York makeup show and i've featured it in a FOTD.  It's fun and bright and has lots of bling.  Check it out!
Check out the video!

I absolutely love Sugarpill's Goldilux Loose Shadow.  It really shines and you don't even have to foil it (apply it wet) to get maximum color impact.  

It's always fun to contour with a shade other than black - in this case I used MAC's Shadowy Lady, a deep purple that gives the smokey look with a nice purple tint.  It's also easier to blend than the typical black - I suggest trying navys and dark browns as alternatives to black shadow for a smokey eye.
And of course, the rhinestone lashes.  To get this look, I took a pair of Sugarpill lashes that came with rhinestones and paired them on top of another pair for extra volume..  You could always make your own as well by gluing rhinestones from the craft store to the base of any pair of lashes using clear lash glue.  I've also seen a lot of rhinestones that come in strips with adhesive already on the back.
The final look!
Here's What I Used:

Graftobian Glamour Cream Foundations in Desert Sand and Golden Sunset
Ben Nye Corrector Crayon
YSL Touche Eclat #2
Ben Nye Banana Powder
Eve Pearl Tan Power Duo
MAC Blunt Blush
MAC Pearlmatte Face Powder
Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Powder
Skindinavia Makeup Finishing Spray

Sugarpill Goldilux Pigment
MAC Shadowy Lady e/s
Tarte Brow Pencil
Sugarpill Lashes
Asian Brand Lashes
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin
NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk
Laura Gellar Bronzer in the Crease
Jemma Kidd Concealer Duo to clean up brows
Urban Decay Blunt shadow
Black shadow from Sonia Kashuk
NYX Felt Tip Liquid Liner in Jet Black
Urban Decay Super Curl Mascara
YSL Black Pencil Liner

Dior ultra gloss #236

I have another tutorial coming soon which features a summery more natural look with a pop of color.  Till next time, Ciao Bellas!

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