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FOTD - Last Gine Down

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A month is no time at all! We have to blog! We love providing you with information and we are so pleased at the reception. Thank you for reading and following, Lucinda and I are grateful!

As the name suggests, here was my makeup for today.

Makeup off my nose slightly - after about 6  hours of wear. 

My favourite thing about this look was the undereye colours. That pop of colour really made it, and I am not usually this adventurous with my eyemakeup. I like simple, clean, basic. But I got so many compliments on it today that I want YOU to be inspired. Try something new!! 

Product List: 

Eyes: 

Lid - NYX Nude Matte Shadow - Leather and Lace NMS 17 
Crease - NYX Nude Matte Shadow - Skinny Dip NMS 15
Browbone - Glam Shadow - Pixie Dust GS 03

Brows: 
Gabriella - Dark Brown Pencil ( I like my brows dark!) 
L.A Girl Pro Conceal - Fawn

Liner: 

Wing: NYX - Gel Liner and Smudger
Bottom Waterline: Revlon Black Liner (Sharpened)

Face: 

Highlight - LA Girl Pro Conceal Fawn 
Contour - Exotica M&E - E/Shadow Bark
Foundation - Black Opal - Total Coverage (Beautiful Bronze) 
Highlight & All Over Powder - Graftobian Banana Cream Pie & Coconut Cream

Lips:
NYX Lipliner - Mahogany
Exotica M&E - Nudist 
NYX Butter Gloss - Madeleine


I also used the Graftobian Setting Spray and NYX MAtte Finish Sprays to set. 

With heavy flash :) 
Without flash.

xoxo
Heidi 

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