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The Beauty Breakdown | Soft Glam

Mavenz,

If you've followed my artistry, you'll have noticed that I shy away from colour on the eyes. I can definitely do a multi smoky or a cut crease look but my preference is as the title suggests: soft, pretty makeup with a focal point.

In my latest collab with Vecpict Photography, my taste is evident. I always ask the client/model what
their outfit choices are, analyze their nail and hair colour and go from there.

Chanye is always easy to work with. We have worked together on small projects, shoots and events and she is one of the most gracious, decent beautiful ladies I have had the opportunity to slay! 

That's not a norm in the local fashion industry and I'm pleased to say that she is moving on to bigger and better things! Well done Chan, much love and God bless you on your journey to the top.

The Beauty Breakdown:

The Beauty Breakdown - Soft Glam - www.modenmakeup.com

Brows
Anastasia Beverley Hills Dipbrow Pomade 'Dark Brown' & 'Chocolate'
LA Girl Pro Conceal 'Fawn' & 'Beautiful Bronze'

Eyes
The Balm 'Nude 'Tude' 
Morphe '35O'
Inglot '#77' Gel Liner
Creme Lashes - '#43'
Ambrosia Cosmetics 'Allure' (browbone highlight)

Skin
Ben Nye Foundations
LA Girl Pro Conceal 'Fawn' & 'Toffee'
Sacha 'Buttercup' Loose Powder
Sacha 'Ultra Matte Dark' Loose Powder
Ambrosia Cosmetics 'Allure' (cheek highlight)
Sleek Cosmetics Blush x 3 'Pumpkin'

Lips
LA Girl Lipliner 'Deepest Purple'
Moden Cosmetics 'Glossy Peck'

The Beauty Breakdown - Soft Glam - www.modenmakeup.com

Hope you liked the look!

Xoxo,
Heidi.

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