Snapchat Makeup Tutorial Pin-Up Look

Hello guys so today I’m going to be sharing with you details of my very first snapchat complete makeup tutorial I did a few weeks back. Doing your eyebrows and finessing your winged eyeliner is one thing in front of the mirror per usual but while holding your phone and making a video, it is a whole new ball game. It was a fun experience and I was inspired to do snaptutorials more often.IMG_0752

When I began the tutorial I honestly had no idea what look I was going for. I had an all white party and boat cruise (which I eventually didn’t make cuz I was damn late and the boat took off) so I knew I was gonna need something popping. I went with the flow and went for a cut crease and winged liner look with the classic pin up girl vibe. All that I needed was red lipstick to transform me to a burlesque queen but I had other ideas. Watch the video I put together from the countless clips from my snapchat below.

 

MAKEUP DETAILS IMG_0754

Here is a compilation of all the products and brushes used in creating this look. I started with skin prep then brows and eyes before the face. I think its easier to do eyes before the face because eye makeup comes with a lot of fall out that might ruin the skin work. Doing foundation afterwards ensures a clean beat as you are free to clean up any fall out on your bare skin.

Skin Prep:IMG_3320

I prepped my skin with a moisturizer first the used the Nivea Men Post Shave balm to prep. This product helps makeup to last much longer. After which I used the La girl pro prep face primer and the Mac Fix+ then applied Elf shimmering facial whip to the high points of my face for a soft glowy, dewy finish.

BROWS:

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Davis eyebrow pencil in color 003 to outline.

Anastasia Beverly hills dip brow in dark brown to fill in the brows.

Mac conceal and correct palette in dark.

Brushes:

Gabriella Angled brush to apply brow pomade. Real Techniques detailer brush.

EYES

Prep: La girl pro concealer in “Warm Honey” to prep eyes.

Hous of Tara eyeshadow primer on the lids

Eyeshadow: Anastasia Beverly hills glowkit in gleam. Used color “Mimosa” on the lid.  Kyshadow the Bronze palette for the creaseIMG_3331

Eyeliner: Inglot AMC gel liner in 77 to draw winged eyeliner. Mabrook soft eyeliner pencil for the waterline

Lashes: Lashedbybm 3D mink lashes in “Athena”

Brushes:

Bh cosmetics 12 in 1 brush set Angled brush for the gel eyeliner.

Bh cosmetics12 in 1 brush set Eyeshadow base brush for the lid color.

Bh cosmetics small angled Kabuki to blend concealer:

Real Techniques eyeshadow brush for the crease. IMG_3333

Elf Eyeshadow blending brush to blend colors together.

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Prep: Maybelline Baby Lips lip balm

Lipliner: Davis pencil in “003”

Lip color: Colored raine liquid lipstick in “Marshmallow”.

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Foundation: Revlon color stay foundation. Color corrected with the Mac conceal and correct palette.

Highlight: La girl pro concealer in “Warm Honey”. Set with sacha buttercup setting powder.

Contour: Darkest shade in the Mac conceal and correct palette and set it using Maybelline all in one powder in Cacao.

Glow: Anastasia Beverly Hills glow kit in “gleam”. IMG_3441

Blush: Sleek blush by three in “pumpkin”.

Powder: Went over the whole face with the Milani compact mineral powder in “Warm”.

Spray: Sealed the look using the Nyx Matte setting Spray.

Brushes:

Real Techniques buffing brush to apply foundation.

Real techniques expert face brush to blend.

Original beauty blender to set highlight.

Bh cosmetics sculpt and blend to contour.

Real Techniques Setting brush to apply highlight.

Real Techniques accent brush to highlight nose.

Bh Cosmetics sculpt and blend small flat top Kabuki to contour nose.

Bh Cosmetics powder brush to set the whole face.

 

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Thanks for reading guys. I hope this tutorial has been helpful. Any looks you want to see? Questions? Feel free to comment.

You know I’m awesome, xoxo.

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