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21st Birthday Makeup🥂

Hello again lovelies,

I have been taking a mini break for a week or so as on the 6th March it was my 21st birthday. I wanted to make it a special celebration so I decided to do some dramatic makeup, especially on the eye, to share with you all.


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🌼 Base Makeup🌼

Foundation: Bourjois Healthy Mix Anti-Fatigue Foundation £9.99

Concealer: Maybelline Eye Eraser £8.99

Powder: Rimmel Insta Fix and Matte £3.99

Bronzer: Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder £7.99

Contour: Benefit Hoola Bronzer (as I like more of a bronzy contour compared to one that looks muddy) £25.50

Blush: Benefit Rockateur £25.50

Highlight: Makeup Revolution Strobe Highlighter (Magnitude) £3.00

Brows: Freedom Brow Pomade (Ash Brown) £6.00 + Benefit Ready, Set, Brow Gel £20.50

Mascara: Benefit Bad Gal Lash £21.50 + Benefit


Here is the fun part of doing my makeup everyday. I love creating quite out their looks so I thought I’d go very out of my comfort zone for my 21st. I decided to use two very loved palettes that I have recently purchased. You will find them in my previous post if you click here.

The palettes are both from Makeup Revolution and they were the Re-loaded Iconic Vitality Palette and the Love Conquers All Palette.

The first thing I did was prime my lids with the L’Oreal Eye Primer. Once that had sunk into my lid, I took this nude shade, from the Vitality palette, on a NYX fluffy brush and buffed it into my crease as a transition shade.
I then took another fluffy brush from NYX and took this more orangy nude shade and buffed that in to the outer crease to really ombre out the look so it looks completely blended. I like to do this when I am going to use vibrant colours as they can look super harsh in photos like you haven’t blended it at all.
Next I took the same fluffy brush I used with the orangy shade and I took both of these red shades (they look more vibrant in person) and tried to focus it on the very corner to give my eye some dimension. After applying the vibrant shades I took the very first brush I used with the nude shade and I made sure everything was blended smoothly with no harsh lines.
At this point I knew I wanted to do a half cut crease so I took my beloved Collection concealer and carved out the first half of the lid. I then took this beautiful shimmery white shade and a little bit of the highlighter from the middle, onto a flat Lottie London brush and went to town with packing it on. I packed so much on because I wanted it to be blinding. You know I love sparkles.

Thank you for reading and I will see you again soon.





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