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Daily Makeup Look- Featuring Julep With A Quick Tutorial

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Hey dolls, so I am back to share this look with you that I was able to create today using what’s in my makeup bag this week.  Although I have to mention that these items were not all in my bag on yesterday, but no worries they are all still Julep! Hahaha!

My intentions are to familiarize you with this brand, and keeping it simple all the time.  Julep is all about quick, simple, and easy looks.  So today, that is what I will be sharing along with a quick tutorial on how I created this look.

If you have been following me, you know that I am not really big on bold colors.  I normally choose soft, simple, neutral, nude looks.  But today, I wanted to give you something a little different to work with.

For those of you who like a little boldness in your life, take a look at what I was able to create using all Julep products.

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So here are the products that I used on my eye.

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This set is actually called the Northern Lights 3 piece eye wardrobe.  It’s a $52 dollar value but it was just on sale for $30 dollars, you may be able to catch the sale.

The kit includes 2 Creme-to-powder eyeshadow sticks, and 1 long-lasting gel eyeliner.  As you can see all products are full size so it is actually quite the deal. I am loving that these eye essentials are effortlessly applied, and add high intensity.

Here is a close up of the lip color that I am wearing.

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I am feeling this color, it’s bold and it moisturizes the lips so well.  The name ( The balm) is fitting.  It glides on with a rich semi-gloss finish.

It’s made with sunflower butter core which keeps color in place without feathering.  My lips are left happy and hydrated. Moving on to the tutorial as promised lol.

Tutorial

  1. Apply a pea amount of your primer and smooth all over the face- then wait a minute or two to let the product set.
  2. Apply your foundation, here I used Julep Cushion Complexion foundation sticks in the colors of Clove, Beige, and Mocha.  Beige and mocha are used for contouring.
  3. Stroke on your eyeshadows, to create this look first I used champagne shimmer from the brow bone to the lid.  Next I applied evergreen shimmer directly to the lid and blended.
  4. Add your cat eye with your favorite liquid liner.
  5. Next line your lower lash line with a purple liner- or use when pencil met gel (smoky plum).
  6. Apply your mascara, and lashes to complete the look.  For this look, I used Julep length matters mascara- black.
  7. Finally add your fushia lips and girl you looking real nice.

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I have always been in love with all things beauty. From a little girl I would say that one day I would be a Cosmetologist. I did it, I became a Licensed Cosmetologist in 2006. I have learned so much about how to wear makeup, how to style the hair, and how to maintain the overall health of hair that I decided to create a blog. Being beautiful creates confidence, and flawless hair and makeup can help us all create that image we want to be. I want to help you step out of the box, try new makeup looks, and new hair ideas, new skincare regimens to make life better. You can live colorful, cosmetic, and be creative everyday give them some maxwell house coffee mmm, mmm good, and leave the tea home lol. Enjoy!

2 Comments

  1. sempreperfettamodaebellezza

    January 16, 2018 at 9:18 pm

    Beautiful look. The colours go so well together. I adore fuchsia lipsticks.

    • Shahntay

      January 16, 2018 at 9:20 pm

      Thank you! Fuchsia is such a bold statement. Do your thing girl!