Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Dirty Martini | Get The Look Video Tutorial

Hello beauties!! I am back yet again with another make look to share with you. This one is a "Get The Look" tutorial - which means that I have a Video Tutorial to go a long with it. ♥ This look was requested by a dear subscriber of mine who is more like a friend now - we talk often via social media. Anyways her name is also Maria, and she requested a green look - specifically featuring MBA Cosmetic's Shadow Dirty Martini (This shadow is available loose or pressed as I used in this tutorial). 

Now, I absolutely LOVE the color green. Truly aside from burgundy/maroon Green is my favorite color! Though, I don't wear it on my eyes as much because its just too similar to my eye color. My eyes are hazel - leaning mostly towards green. So this look just makes my eyes blend in and kind of mutes them out - similar to how I mentioned blue shadows to do my eyes. However Maria has BROWN eyes and green looks great on brown eyes! And even if you have hazel eyes that lean more towards an amber color - this look will be amazing on you. ♥ So this look is specifically for you brown eyed beauties.
I also wanted to mention that the majority of the eye brushes I am using in this tutorial are from Beauty Junkees! If you watch my Mailbox Monday videos, you know I received a very generous package from Julie of Beauty Junkees with several of her Brush sets! SO I was eager to put them to the test and I am thrilled to tell you, they are wonderful as well as affordable! Julie was even so kind enough to offer a discount for YOU to use. ♥ For 25% Off Any One Individual Makeup Brush or Set use Code: AGAPELOV One redemption per customer - Expires on: January (1.31.2016)

Direct Links to Beauty Junkee Products (All Brushes also sold Individually):

♥ I also used a couple of my Bella & Bear Brushes ♥
♥Makeup Details♥

Now (Surprise Surprise) I used all MBA Cosmetics* eye shadows for this look! ;) But all the details on the other products I used are listed below too! *15% off Use code AGAPELOVE15 

Eyes:
MBA Cosmetics Brow Whip in Cool Taupe
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
MBA Pressed Matte Shadows in Tranquil, True Love, Soldier, Spanish Moss and In The Nude.
MBA Pressed Silk FX Shadow in Dirty Martini
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara

Face:
MakeUp Forever Ultra HD Foundation in Y255
Milani Baked Blush in Rose Doro
Bitter Lace Beauty Highlight in Royalty

Lips:
MBA Berrywood Lip Pencil
MBA Mega Matte Liquid Lipstick in Divine

Jewelry: Agape Love Boutique
Shirt: Ross

**Please note this post includes some embedded revenue links. 
This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive a small commission. 

Want to re-create this same look!?
Be sure to watch the tutorial!



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9 comments:

  1. This look is BEAUTIFUL! You're so stunning!

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  2. I absolutely love the Too Faced mascara, it is just so good and I love this entire look x

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  3. I am not a fan of that mascara but love this makeup look!

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    1. haha It seems to be one of those mascaras that people either love or dont! ;)I personally love it! ♥ I used it alone for this look and liked it, but I much prefer to use it in addition to a mascara that separates and adds length... So you get a nice curl and volume from the BTS mascara, plus nice separated long lashes too with another like the Define-a-lash from Maybelline!

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  4. This is beautiful Maria, I love the green with the burgundy! I see what you mean about it kind of muting your eyes (they are normally STUNNING!), I have hazel eyes too but leaning more amber so I may have to give this a go :)
    Happy New Year!!

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. What a beautiful green eye makeup look!! Happy New Year to you!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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  6. I can't wait to watch this tutorial later. I love this look especially how you deepened the edges before blending into the warm crease shade.

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