What's Up Kel Belles! Today, I am trying out the new Natasha Denona Tan Bronze & Glow Palette! Watch to see my thoughts, swatches, and a demo using this palette! Smooches, Kelsee
Products Mentioned //
Tan Bronze & Glow Palette
Sephora | http://bit.ly/2HJ2Bdz
Beautylish | http://bit.ly/2HMNmAd
Mini Bronze & Glow
Sephora | http://bit.ly/2VhuaU2
Beautylish | http://bit.ly/2VhuYs2
Bloom Blush & Glow Palette
Sephora | http://bit.ly/2TuCeRy
Beautylish | http://bit.ly/2HNXCZj
Video For the Natasha Denona Bloom Blush & Glow Palette Overview + Demo | https://youtu.be/uaM_sVWT7_k
Foundation// Laura Mercier Flawless Lumiere Radiance Perfecting Foundation 4W2 | http://bit.ly/2UDVuM6
Concealer// Tarte Shape Tape Tan Sand | http://bit.ly/2TiAPxb
Powder// Cover FX Perfect Pressed Power Medium | http://bit.ly/2HqwPln
Blush// Natasha Denona Bloom Palette | http://bit.ly/2TuCeRy
Brows// ABH Brow Wiz Chocolate | http://bit.ly/2CocJa4
Inner Corner/Natasha Denona Sunset Palette | http://bit.ly/2HIDFmx
Transition/Natasha Denona Safari Palette | http://bit.ly/2VRUXYe
Lid/Sunset Mandarine + Bronzage
Crease/ Safari Amhara
Outer Corner/Safari Tribe
Lower Lash Line/ Safari Amhara
Lipliner//MAC Hover | http://bit.ly/2VExadC
Lipgloss//Hourglass Strike | http://bit.ly/2VhGCUR
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My name is Kelsee Briana Jai, and I am obsessed with all things beauty related. I have worked as a Professional Makeup Artist for more than a decade. I have diligently studied the craft of Makeup Artistry my entire life, and here on my channel I will share all of my tips and tricks with you. My YouTube channel is centered on all things beauty and you will find makeup tutorials, unbiased reviews on beauty products, and all things glam. I hope you find yourself at home and enjoy my collection of videos! Smooches! #KelseeBrianaJai
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