A little before action. This is before my Co2 mask. I have never tried this until yesterday. I saved mine for a special occasion because I didn’t wanna just do it without purpose. I woke up with EXTREME puffy, swollen eyes the day of our family photos so I figured that was the perfect time to try it out. And guys you know I’ll shoot you straight… it absolutely decreased my puffy eyes and diminished my under eye fine lines. Happy girl right here! I’ve included a little video below. (Chill out I don’t look that haggard everyday but geez yesterday I sure did pre-mask) Use code Nashvillewifestyles for $10 off. By the time Sara got to my house my face swelling had gone down so much.
then apply a little darker than bone colored shadow a tad above the crease as your transition shade (transition shade is the shadow at the very top of the eye look that gives a soft gradient effect to your eye holiday makeup look, and helps blend the crease color in seamlessly.) Sara used “Dare to Create” by Morphe and blend until your hand hurts.
After the soft brown shade you can then apply a warm tone brown or cool tone brown, depending on preference into the crease to add some depth. At this point in your eye look you can leave as is and apply some eyeliner and lashes or go bold with some gold glitter.
- always make sure you’re applying your makeup to hydrated skin (prep)
- Less is more.
Products Used for this Holiday Makeup look ||
Paint Pot (Base for eyeshadow)
Tarte shape tape concealer (I used light sand)