Hey everyone! Today I did a fun and daring colourful look. You could totally tone it down for daily wear, or if you are brave, wear it like this! I am in LOVE! I hope you like it too :) xoxo
Boho Makeup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Z8kNlS48dk&list=UUMpOz2KEfkSdd5JeIJh_fxw
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Blue Lips Makeup Look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYsMPzwkq1Q
Skinfood Glossy Makeup Finish Spray http://bit.ly/hikosencara
Bare Minerals Prime Time
Nars Sheer Glow Foundation
Makeup Forever HD Foundation
xoBeauty Flat Top Face Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
NARS Radient Creamy Concealer in Vanilla and Custard
xoBeauty Eyebrow Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade Blonde
Anastasia Brow Pen
MAC Brow Set Empathetically Blonde
Bare Minerals Soul Pigment
Shadow Shields http://bit.ly/hikosencara
xoBeauty Tapered Top Eyeshadow Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Makeup Store Bronze Eyeshadow
xoBeauty Angled Eyeshadow Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
NARS Persia Eyeshadow
xoBeauty Eyeshadow Blender http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Stila Comex Copper Eyeshadow
Limecrime Blue Liquid Eyeliner http://bit.ly/paganmarie 'shaaanxo' for 10% off storewide!
Makeup Geek Electric Gel Eyeliner http://bit.ly/mugeek
xoBeauty Ultrafine Eyeliner Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Urban Decay Electric Palette
Chi Chi Bronze Ambition
Bare Minerals Well Rested
Cover Effects Powder
Lioele Dewy Mist Spray http://bit.ly/hikosencara
NYX Blue Mascara
xoBeauty Golddigger Lashes http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Ardell Latex Free Glue http://www.xobeautyshop.com
Bobbi Brown Golden Light Bronzer
xoBeauty Blush Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
The Balm Mary-Lou http://bit.ly/hikosencara
xoBeauty Small Tapered Face Brush http://www.xobeautyshop.com
MAC Shock Value Lipliner
Sportsgirl Pout About It Mad About You
Buxom Strut It Lipgloss
MAC Pinch O Peach
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