Foiled Eyeshadow

So I love playing in pigments and the foiled look that they can achieve. I own pigments from MAC and Inglot and I recommend both brands equally. In this video I show you how to create a foiled smokey eye and it’s supper easy even for makeup beginners! Try this on your next night out to step out of your comfort zone and make a statement! Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel and check out all of my other tutorials

Products Used

Lorac Behind the Scenes Eye Primer
http://bit.ly/1sGr0k9
Lorac Pro 2 Palette
http://bit.ly/1jvTQ2a
Inglot Pigment in #85
http://bit.ly/1AgvAeB
Urban Decay Vice Palette (Original and 3rd edition, no longer available, but use alternative golds to the ones featured.)
Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation 6.5 Warm Almond
http://seph.me/1qCULoX
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer Kit Golden
http://seph.me/17k9pKc
Anastasia Countour Kit in Medium Tan
http://seph.me/1AybtvN
La Femme Blush in Framboesia
http://bit.ly/1zk04tw

Back to the Tube!

I have been on a huge hiatus from recording YouTube videos. I got discouraged since I don’t have the fanciest of equipment and setup. But I finally said the hell with it I’m going to just speak from my soul and be myself without worrying about what everybody else is doing. Thanks to my travels to Puerto Rico I started to felt renewed, comfortable in my own skin for the first time in my life. I started to radiate my inner glow.

I got inspired from my stay in Puerto Rico and being in the sun to glow a little more. When I found the MAC Pigment Rose I immediately fell in love with its beautiful glow that reminded me of laying on the beach in Isla Verde!

Here’s an easy look to amp up your glow!