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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Last Minute Cyber Monday Deals!

ULTA (starting 9PM CST 11/30):


  • Receive 10% off site-wide with code bellami10
  • Snag $170 off the 6-in-1 curler with code 170off6in1
  • Receive $120 off the 3-in-1 curler with code 120off3in1


  • 25% off with their friends & family sale with code FF2014

BH Cosmetics:



  • Don't miss the markdowns on brand new products and beauty sets, including Tarte, Laura Geller, IT Cosmetics, bareMinerals, and more!


Sleek Makeup:

Cherry Culture:

  • Receive 40% off EVERYTHING with code CM14

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Review & Swatches: Smashbox On the Rocks Be Legendary Lipstick Trio

Smashbox On the Rocks Be Legendary Lipstick Trio
Of all of the holiday lip collections out, Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick Trio was one I knew I had to snatch up after I tried the Be Legendary Lip Lacquers. Smashbox clearly knows how to do a good lip, so their lipsticks were my next adventure! They promise a hydrating formula, with super-saturated color - two must-have qualities in a lipstick.

The shades included in this trio are the following:

  • Legendary: True Red
  • Primrose: Mauve Pink
  • Fig: Red Grape
Each lipstick has a thicker consistency. They tug very slightly when applied, but they apply at full opacity with just one swipe. I found this super-creamy formula to be very hydrating on the lips, and long-lasting to boot! The transfer exists, but it's very minimal. Overall, it's a fantastic formula for even the most dry lips. 

One lipstick from the line retails for $20 alone, but this set provides three shades for just $19. Something worth noting, however, is that these aren't full sized lipsticks. While they are more than half the size of the original (.07 oz. vs .1 oz.), I've heard that some have been surprised when they see that they're more petite than expected. Still, this set allows you to get a great sampling of the Be Legendary Lipstick line!

Smashbox On the Rocks Be Legendary Lipstick Trio

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

November 2014 Ipsy Unbagging!

November Ipsy Glam Bag

November's Ipsy Glam Bag is out, and I'm giving you a peek inside! It's been a while since I've done an unbagging, but this month was too good to pass up. It included a longtime favorite, along with a few new-to-me surprises. Together, they create a great, classic look. Learn more about everything that came inside in the video below, and don't forget to check out the discount codes for this month's products in case anything piques your interest!

Products Mentioned & Discount Codes:

  • Marc Anthony Oil of Morocco Argan Oil Volume Shine Spray
  • It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye Concealer: Get 20% off orders $25 or more with code IPSY
  • Elizabeth Mott You're So Fine Eyeliner: Receive 50% off your entire order on elizabethmott.com with code IPSYFINE
  • jCat Beauty Wonder Lip Paint: Receive 25% off any purchase on jcatbeauty.com with code 25JCAT
  • Rouge Underground Makeup Sealant: Get $10 off purchases $50 or more on rougeunderground.com with code RUIPSY

Share what you're getting in your monthly subscriptions in the comments below!
Elizabeth Mott You're So Fine Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner

j.cat Beauty Wonder Lip Paint

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye Concealer | Elizabeth Mott Liquid Eyeliner | J.Cat Beauty Wonder Lip Paint

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Monday, November 24, 2014

Review & Swatches: Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Palette

If you're on their mailing list, you'll know that Tarte sent out an email with a product sneak peek a few days ago. If you follow me on Instagram, you'll know that I instantly purchased it without giving it a second thought. What could have compelled me to make such an impulsive purchase, you ask?Well, pretty much anything, if we're being honest. But I was particularly quick on the click this time because Tarte debuted their first all-matte palette! While the email promo was short-lived, and the palettes are no longer available for purchase anymore, they will re-launch their brand new Tartelette palette in the Spring. I wanted to give you a quick review, along with some looks, so you would know whether or not this palette is for you when the time to buy comes back around. 

For starters, this palettes retails for $44, and includes 12 shades - each of which are arranged in rows according to color family. On the top row, there are warm-leaning browns. The middle row holds safe pinks and plums. And the bottom row contains cooler-leaning neutrals. Together, they create a subtle neutral palette, with a hint of color. While having both warm and cool shadows makes this a versatile palette, I wish there was a little more variety among the browns. Still, the shadows themselves are smooth, pigmented, creamy, and apply evenly - something that is especially unique among any matte shadows, no matter the price!

Overall, I would recommend this palette to the hard-core neutral matte lover. It's definitely a safe selection of shades that can create some beautiful looks, as well as act as matte face powders (check out the video for more on that)! For those looking for more variety, but still want to stick to mattes, I recommend the IT Cosmetics Naturally Pretty Palette, or the Naturally Pretty Celebration Palette. Additionally, there's the Stila In the Know Palette!

EDIT: Now, you can get the Tartelette Palette for $36, including a dual-ended brush, for just $36 on QVC until 1/31/2015!

See more pictures after the jump!

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Review & Swatches: Tyra 4-Minute Tyover Set

Tyra 4-Minute Tyover Set

Attention America's Next Top Model fans! Ty Ty Baby is bringing you the beauty secrets from her very own vanity, and giving you the tools to get the America's Favorite Top Model look with her very own makeup line. I decided to hop on HSN and pick up some of the sets they're offering - the first of which is the 4-Minute Tyover Set! Here's what's inside:

Eyes In A Stick: This is one of the creamiest eyeshadow pencils I've ever tried! It applies smoothly across the lid, and easily blends out to provide intense pigmentation. The shade, Once You Go Brown, is a deep matte brown that's sure to flatter nearly every skin tone, and a little goes a long way! Be sure to check out the video above for some application tips. I don't typically have oily lids, so I didn't apply a primer before using the Eyes In A Stick, and only experienced minimal transfer. With a base, it wears perfectly all day.
Cheek In A Stick: In a stick format, this blush is ultra simple to apply. Just dab a few times on the apples of your cheeks, and blend back across the tops of your cheek bones, toward your hair line.  The shade, Sexy Hot Flash, is a berry tone with some serious intensity - great for building up for high impact pigmentation.
What Lipstick?: This lipstick is packaged very similarly to Too Faced La Créme Lip Creams, but has a satin/matte finish. The shade is similar to Sexy Hot Flash, and provides some comfort to the lips. While it's not long lasting, I noticed my lips feeling more nourished even after it had worn off.

Overall, I was impressed with how well these product performed. Not only do they create a well-coordinated face when worn together, but all of the products lasted beautifully through a full day's wear! Given the full retail value of these products, I think this set is a steal - definitely one worth checking out if you're interested in a sampling of the Tyra makeup line. 
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Revlon Eye Art Duo Tutorial

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

My Chicago Street Style

As a Texas transplant in the Midwest, I can say I've seen my fair share of diverse style. In Dallas, mile-high hair and rhinestone-studded denim reign supreme, whereas Chicago style embodies a sleek, functional feel – no need to sacrifice fashion for warmth! The fashion you see in each city is an extension of the art found throughout – both are an expression of who the city is, and what it's about, via the people who live in it. Perrier is celebrating the identity of a city with the launch of three limited edition bottles that feature artwork from world-famous street artists drawing inspiration from cities across the globe. They asked me to take one of the new bottles for a stroll in my city, and show off Chicago's street art. Keep reading to see where I went!

Much like the street style you'll see throughout the city, Chicago's street art reflects a creative hub that doesn't sacrifice beauty for functionality. I took Perrier to one of my favorite pieces of art in the city. While not necessarily street-side, it's a public spot I frequent nearly every week when I travel, yet never get tired of looking at it. The Good Stew mural by gallery37 at Chicago's O'Hare Airport is 144 feet of acrylic paint meant to capture the details of urban life that it's so easy to miss during day-to-day life in a busy city. Every time I walk by, I spot something new – something I hadn't noticed before. Placing a beautiful mural indoors, in an unexpected locale, reminds me that neither art nor beauty need to lose to functionality.

Likewise, fashion and style can't be stopped by plunging temperatures! One of my favorite street styles to rock in weather that would make even a penguin shiver is a dress with fleece-lined tights, and a long-sleeved button up. It's an outfit that provides ample warmth, along with the fun and flirtiness of a dress.

Keep your eyes open for Perrier's new bottles and consider taking it along for your own art walk, appreciating some of the hidden gems your city has to offer.

This post is sponsored by Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water in celebration of its new limited Street Art® edition. This limited edition packaging is a  collaboration between Perrier and three of the world’s influential street artists: JonOne, Sasu and Kobra. To see the full line of collectible designs and learn more about this exciting debut, visit www.SocietePerrier.com/StreetArtbyPerrier and join the conversation with #StreetArtByPerrier

Where would you take Perrier's street art inspired bottles?

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Perrier via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Perrier.


Monday, November 17, 2014

4 Easy Hair Styles for Everyday

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #HeartMyHair

To the average person, my daily hair routine probably leaves a lot to be desired. Don't get me wrong - I can pin great styles with the best of 'em, but my ultra-fine hair doesn't leave a lot of room to play. Flat and straight is the name of my hair game, so I try to keep my routine quick and simple. Naturally, that can get old after a while. When I've fallen into a hair rut that's gone on too long (then again, aren't they all?), I like to change things up with a new hair gadget or tool. 

I took a stroll down Walmart's Health & Beauty aisle, to get some new inspiration. On the way, I picked up the Conair Infinite Pro Curl Secret, Infinite Pro 3Q Brushless Hair Dryer, a Classic Vintage Roll, and bobby pins (always a staple), and have seamlessly incorporated them into my daily routine! .
Here's how:

If I'm working with just-washed "first day" hair, my first step to achieving hair greatness for the day is a blow dry, and Conair's 3Q Hair Dryer is unlike any I've ever used. Designed to decrease drying time by up to 70%, and decrease heat damage to hair, it's upped my hair game immensely. Typically, I keep my dryer at a medium heat to avoid frizz and heat damage. But with this baby, I can crank it all the way to high speed, with maximum heat, to get a style that's dry and frizz free in minutes - seriously! I actually timed it out one morning, and found that the time it took my hair to dry clocked in at just over three and a half minutes. 

Next up: style. This is always my least favorite part, because I dread "first day" hair. Somewhere in between second and third day hair, there's a glorious moment where there's just enough product in my hair to hold style and body before it becomes a greasy mess. I'm always in the search of a product, or tool, that allows me to hang in that moment of hair perfection. Curls are a great way to get there!

Conair's Curl Secret is an automatic curling iron that pulls the hair into the barrel, holds it there for anywhere between 8-12 seconds, and releases it to reveal a perfect curl. With both a low and high heat setting, I always go for the highest because I find that it helps my hair hold curl best. The lower the time, the looser the curl, but I always opt for 12 second increments because I know my curls will ultimately fall into loose, bouncy waves. Not only does it get the curling job done, but it's turned the job into a one-handed task so I can multi-task while I'm at it!

When all else fails, I reach for a shortcut. Whether my hair is fully-curled, or miserably flat, something like the Classic Vintage Roll makes throwing my hair into quick, but polished style a breeze. The same goes for other often overlooked hair assets, like bobby pins and barrettes! In less than a minute, hair that seems hopeless can gain some structure and style. Check out the tutorials below for easy step-by steps! 

Get the look:

  1. Slip the Conair Classic Vintage Roll to the nape of your neck.
  2. Wrap hair around the roll, tucking it into piece. This doesn't need to be neat!
  3. Secure loose strands to the base of the roll. 
  4. Continue tucking hair into the elastic band surrounding the rest of the head.

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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Review & Swatches: Revlon Photoready Eye Art Duos in Peach Prism, Desert Dazzle, and Burnished Bling

Revlon's new Eye Art duos will have you doing double takes in your drugstore beauty aisles. These new liquid shadows look nearly identical to Revlon's polish duos, but contain a liquid eyeshadow on one end, and a liquid glitter on the other. I have the following shade duos:

Peach Prism: A metallic champagne shadow, with peach and gold glitter
Desert Dazzle: A metallic khaki green with an antique gold glitter in a clear base
Burnished Bling: A metallic bronze shadow with a copper glitter in a clear base

The liquid shadows are equipped with a doe foot applicator that lays a thick layer of product down. Although it dries down to a powder finish, there's about 30 second worth of play time to blend and distribute the shadow across your lid. Once dry, the shadow is weightless, but intensely pigmented. The lasting power with these isn't perfect when worn alone. I noticed increased flakiness when I didn't prep with a primer. With a base, these are easily worn both flake and fade-free all day long.

The glittery end has a thick brush to apply product. While not small enough to apply a precise liner, it's the perfect size for picking up enough product to sweep across the lid. Once it's dried, the glitter tends to make my lids feel a little more stiff. While not a deal breaker (especially given that they don't affect the wear time of the shadows), it's something those with sensitive eye lids will want to be aware of. 

Overall, these are beautiful products for the makeup lover that wants to ramp up the sparkle in their collection this winter. At $7.99 a piece, there's no reason not to give one a try!
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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Review & Swatches: Too Faced La Belle Carousel

Too Faced La Belle Carousel Holiday Kit comes with 12 eyeshadows, 2 blushes, 2 bronzers, and a travel size Better Than Sex Mascara - all for $49! Rather than one palette, this set contains 5. Each one contains "To" and "From" fields on the back, so they're ideal for pulling apart and giving to multiple people. Here's a better look at what comes inside:

Palette 1: Tufted Suede (matte cream), Angel Hair (light shimmery bronze), Haute Chocolate (shimmery chocolate), and Yule Log (deep chocolate with gold glitter)
Palette 2: Nutcracker (shimmer pink frost), Nude Beach (shimmery champagne with champagne glitter), Boxes & Bows (pink with gold shimmer), and Sugar Plum Fairy (shimmery plum)
Palette 3: Frost (frosty white), Tin Soldier (silver), Christmas Tree (emerald), Santa's Boots (matte black with silver glitter)
Palette 4: Who's Your Poppy blush (peachy pink with a gold shimmer), and Chocolate Soleil Bronzer (matte bronzer)
Palette 5: Luminous Peach blush (satin peach), and Sun Bunny Dark bronzer (dark, shimmery bronzer)

All of the shadows in this palette are beautiful. While some are staples that will flatter all, there are also some fun shades to play with (I'm looking at you, Christmas Tree and Boxes & Bows). They perform as well as you can expect from Too Faced, although I would recommend a primer to maximize lasting power and pigmentation. The same can be said about the blushes! Although no primer is necessary for these, their pigmentation is fantastic, and the way they are paired in each palette is very complementary. 

The only downside I found with this palette is also what makes it so unique: the multitude of palettes. While the palettes make this set very gift-able, it could prove to be a hassle for the person that wants the entire set for themselves. I personally prefer to have an entire palette in front of me with multiple shades to choose from. With this set, I found myself fumbling over palettes, trying to remember what products were in which. While not necessarily a deal-breaker, it's definitely something to consider!

For $49, this set is a fantastic bargain that provides quality products and unlimited potential. Whether you prefer soft, neutral looks, or like to experiment with a wild hue here and there, this palette has it all - with face products to boot! Whether you're getting it for yourself, or for others, no one will be disappointed!
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Monday, November 10, 2014

October Favorites!

Products Mentioned:

Makeup Academy Must-Have Brush Giveaway!

BIG news, beauty lovers! So many of you were excited about Makeup Academy's new brush line launched exclusively for CVS/ pharmacy, they offered to sponsor a giveaway. 10 lucky winners will receive all 7 of my must-haves! To learn more about the Makeup Academy brushes I can't live without, and find out how I like to use them, check out the video below. To enter, scroll down to the Rafflecopter widget below for all of the details.

Good luck!

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Sunday, November 9, 2014

Review & Swatches: Smashbox On the Rocks Photo Op Eye Shadow Luxe Palette Review

As a part of their holiday collection, Smashbox released the On the Rocks Photo Op Eyeshadow Palette – one of two shadow palettes in their holiday line. In-keeping with their holographic gemstone themed packaging, the outside of the palette is brilliantly decorated, with a shadow selection that's just as faceted.

This palette contains 28 eyeshadows with a mixture of shades and finishes. Although it's cooler-leaning overall, there are some warm neutrals to be found on the left side of the palette. These quickly fade into blues, purples, and smoky, vampy shades. While the shimmery and glitter finishes are beautiful, I was most impressed with the matte shadows – particularly Royal and Navy. Both shadows are rich matte gem tones that completely lack chalkiness. They apply smoothly, evenly, and pack a punch of pigment. Overall, it's a range of shadows that performs beautifully, and (despite the number of cool shadows) is a palette that will flatter a wide variety of skin tones.

The palette is cardboard – although it does have a padded exterior, and the magnetic closure is secure enough to remain clasped during travel. The palette has a sizable mirror which gives it a ton of utility when traveling. For $42, I think this palette is a great purchase for those wanting to expand their shadow shade range without breaking the bank. Compared to its smaller holiday counterpart, I would say it's the better deal. You get double the shadows for just a few more dollars. It would go well with their On the Rocks Always Sharp Liner set!
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Friday, November 7, 2014

Review & Swatches: On the Rocks Always Sharp Liner Set

On the Rocks Always Sharp Liner Set

The holidays are the perfect time to try products you've been eyeing throughout the year. Smashbox Always Sharp Liners have been on my list ever since they came out, but at $20 a piece were a little more of a splurge. The limited edition On The Rocks Always Sharp Liner Set from their holiday collection includes 5 of the liners for just $39 - a $100 value! I knew this was the time to try.

The following shades are included in the set:
Raven: A deep matte black
Sumatra: A deep matte chocolate brown
Midnight: Deep matte navy blue
3D Orchid (exclusive): Deep purple with orchid shimmer
3D Night Gem (exclusive): Medium grey base with silver shimmer

There are two limited edition shades in this set - both of which are my favorite of the entire shade selection.

Smashbox Always Sharp Liners are so-called because the tip automatically sharpens each time the cap is closed. This makes it easy to line the inner corner of the eye, and create an easy cat eye with a kohl liner. Additionally, I was shocked at how soft and creamy the liner is given that the pencil is automatic. These provide a little bit of time to work with and smudge out, but stay put once they dry down. After 12 hours of wear, these didn't budge on my upper lash line. I didn't notice the same lasting power on my waterline, but very few liners can pass that test for me. My waterlines are a special case, so I don't hold that against them.

Overall, these liners are fantastic - specifically for those that like kohl liner, but hate that they never maintain a sharp point. I definitely recommend them, and this set is a great way to try multiple shades to see what best suits you.
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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Review & Swatches: Revlon HD Liquid Lip Lacquers in Tourmaline, Smoky Topaz, Sunstone, and Pink Ruby

Revlon HD Liquid Lip Lacquers in Tourmaline, Smoky Topaz, Sunstone, and Pink Ruby

Revlon HD Liquid Lip Lacquers are the companion product to their new HD Lipsticks. While they pack the same pigmented punch as their lipstick counterparts, these walk the line between lip gloss and liquid lipstick.

Of the 14 shades within the line, I picked up the following 4:

  • Tourmaline: A shimmery baby pink
  • Smoky Topaz: A creamy light nude with a slight shimmer
  • Sunstone: A bright metallic orange
  • Pink Ruby: A hot fuchsia with matching shimmer. 
Rather than including a doe-foot applicator, these come with a small brush. Typically I'm not a fan of this applicator format, but the brush is small enough to be useful, and allow for a precise application. No matter the finish, each gloss applied smoothly, had intense pigmentation, and perfect opacity. While the glossy finish lasted around 2 hours, the color lasted well beyond that. While the formula adheres nicely to lips, it doesn't stick to itself; your lips aren't left with a "gloppy" feeling when you blot them together.

Overall, I prefer these to the HD Lipsticks and are definitely worth a look, should you run across them at the drugstore. At $8.99 a gloss, they're worth it!

See more pictures after the jump!

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Bloggers Give Thanks - Win $25, $50, or $150!

As we enter the season of giving thanks, a few bloggers have decided to get together and celebrate the people who make our blogs worth writing: YOU! Because of you, dear readers, I can justify the silly amount of makeup that I have, and the thoughts I share about said makeup on this blog. Thank you for the amazing readership, the wonderful conversations, and for letting me get to know you through our mutual love of all things beauty. Good luck!

Review & Swatches: Revlon HD Lipsticks in Tulip, Orchid, Geranium, and Gladiolus

Revlon HD Lipsticks in Tulip, Orchid, Geranium, and Gladiolus

HD Lipsticks are the newest addition to Revlon's lip lineup, and they're coming at you with 20 new shades! The packaging is similar to their Lip Butters, but instead have a clear cap, and the product isn't flush with the tube. This can get messy when trying to put the cap back on the tube, and is probably my least favorite part of the products.

I picked up the following shades:

  • Tulip: A soft peachy coral
  • Orchid: A bright orchid
  • Geranium: A bold orange coral
  • Gladiolus: A bright, blue-based red

The first thing I noticed about these is their scent. While I don't find it particularly offensive, it's a noticeable sweet cherry - something I've heard a few people complain about. Each shade has a creamy consistency, but opacity can vary. I found Tulip to be a tad streaky. While these have a sheen similar to the Lip Butters, I find they are a little less balmy, and pack a lot more pigmentation. They are also less nourishing which might be a downside for some. The wear time was pretty impressive - I experienced 3-4 hours through drinking, but noticed significant wear through eating. This wasn't a huge downside given that these don't claim to be stains.

Overall, Revlon's HD Lipsticks are pretty nice! The smell is a distinct characteristic that could totally turn someone off, but they have some amazing pigmentation and lasting power. At $8.99, the prize is pretty nice to boot!

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Review & Swatches: BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Spotlights

While it came out just in time for the holidays, BECCA's Shimmering Skin Perfector Spotlights seem to be a permanent fixture to their collection. It's a good thing - because these are absolute must-haves! BECCA's Shimmering Skin Perfector is a well known highlighter formula famous for the lit-from-within glow it provides. The shimmer it contains is ultra-fine, and its liquid consistency is easily applied solo, or mixed in with foundation to blend seamlessly.

This trio contains three shades - Opal, Pearl, and Champagne Gold. Opal is a pink champagne shimmer, pearl is a frosty white, and Champagne Gold is a yellow-gold shimmer. While Opal and Pearl are permanent shades within the Shimmering Skin Perfector Line, Champagne Gold is exclusive to this trio. The shade is also available in the Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed line, but I find the powder to be a little more opaque and harder to wear. Each of these shades applies beautifully - even over powder products, and lasts fade and streak-free all day!

My mind was made up when I used these products on a wedding party. There was a shade for everyone, and they all looked radiant! For $25, this trio is an absolute must-have, and a great way to discover if any of these shades are worth the full size purchase. Both Opal and Pearl come in 1.7oz packaging - more than enough to last a life time. At $41, it's definitely an investment, but one that's well worth it. Additionally, the full

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Monday, November 3, 2014

Makeup Wars: Full Face with IT Cosmetics

This week we have a bonus Makeup Wars! IT Cosmetics was kind enough to send us the new CC+ Radiance Palette, along with a few brushes, so I wanted to pull together a full face using some of my favorite IT Cosmetics products – by no means a difficult task. Some are old favorites, and some are new loves, but all are fantastic products that I recommend picking up. Read on to learn about the products you'll need and how to get the look. Click on the names of the products to see reviews I've already done on them, and learn more!

PRODUCTS USED (and reviews):

  1. Begin with the Naturally Pretty Celebration Palette. Use the champagne shade of the Transforming Ombre Radiance Ribbon on the inner corner and brow bone, pat Miracle all over the lid, Sugar Plum on the outer corner, and Coal along the upper and lower lash line.
  2. Sweep the Hello! Lashes Extensions Mascara along the top and bottom lashes. I prefer to the use the ball-tips on my lower lashes to keep them from looking too spidery.
  3. Use theAngled Radiance Brush to apply Celebration Foundation.
  4. Pat a small drop of Bye Bye Undereye Waterproof Concealer in the undereye areas, using the ring finger to ensure it blends seamlessly into the foundation.
  5. Set the concealer using the Brightening Powder in the CC+ Radiance Palette.
  6. Using the Wand Ball Brush, sweep the bronzer in the palette in the contours of the cheeks, the temples, and beneath the jaw.
  7. Using the same brush, apply the blush shade to the tops of the cheek bones.
  8. Finish the look with the CC+ Créme Gloss in Love.
To see more looks using the Naturally Pretty Celebration Palette, keep scrolling!

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