Thursday, June 25, 2015

Fourth of July Inspired Makeup

Hello Everyone! 


 


The Fourth of July is next Saturday, so I thought I would share a holiday inspired look. When I created this look about two weeks ago, I wasn't going for a Fourth of July theme lol. I guess I just went with it because I happened to have on blue and white paired with red lipstick. 




 

Products Used


* Eyes *

- NYX Eyeshadow Base in White
 
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette

  1. Dusty Rose a transition color in the crease 
  2. Coal all over the lid 


* Face *

- Cetaphil DermaControl Oil  Moisturizer (for preparation)

- Fashion Fair Loose Powder (Amber)

- Fashion Fair Fast Finish. Foundation Stick (Butterscotch/Caramel)


* Lips *

- Nivea Lip Balm

- NYX Lip Pencil Red Hot

- MAC Relentlessly Red (Retro Matte)


Also, my friend's birthday is coming up, so Happy Birthday Ashley!


Thanks for stopping by my blog!



12 comments:

Jackie Harrison said...

Great inspiration it looks lovely great choice in color.

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Lauren Carter said...

I really like this red lip! I may have to do a red lip for 4th of July too.

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Shireen L. Platt said...

Love the look, Pilar and you just reminded me that I should dig out Relentlessly Red to use, have completely forgotten about it!

Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

Pilar said...

Thanks! Relentlessly Red is a gorgeous color!

Marie said...

Relentlessly Red looks stunning on you!

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Ashley said...

This look is beautiful!! And I'm still lusting over that palette lol!! And thank you so much for the birthday wishes!!!

Pilar said...

Thank you and you're welcome! I hope you have a great birthday! I love this ABH Artist Palette so much!

Kim Alston said...

It creates a beautiful look Pilar! I can't wait for the holiday weekend :)
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Pilar said...

Thanks! I hope you enjoy the holiday weekend!

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