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Glo Minerals Valentine's Day Look!


I bet you all have already been enjoying all the Valentine's chocolates and treats but let's admit what does a girl really want for Valentine's day? Make-up. Guys can't go wrong with buying a girl makeup or a gift card to buy herself some beauty products! Anyways, Valentine's Day is next week and I have teamed up with one of my favorite beauty brands, Glo Minerals to bring you all two romantic and very wearable Valentine's looks! I used all the products pictured in the first image below to create the looks. For a bit of extra sass I popped on some falsies since it is Valentine's Day after all! I will link the products below for you guys! Glo Mineral's products are great quality for the price as well as cruelty free! I absolutely love the brand! Hope you enjoy!

Glo Minerals products used:

Luxe Liquid Foundation in the shade porcelain : HERE

Luxe Setting Powder: HERE

Elemental Eye Collection: HERE

Shimmer Duo: HERE

Blush in the shade papaya: HERE

Suede Matte Crayon in Trademark and Crimson: HERE

Luxe Foundation Brush: HERE

Luxe Setting Powder Brush: HERE

Fan Brush: HERE

Fall Inspired Make-up Look

Sticking with my recent fall theme, I wanted to share my make-up look from my latest fashion post! I've been getting a lot of questions about what products I use as well as how did I achieve this warm smokey look. Below I will be sharing a kind of step by step of how to get this look as well as the products my best friend and I used to achieve this look! 

First things first-

You moisturize my face as well as prime it. Then apply foundation and concealer as well as fill in your brows.

Next start working on those smoldering golden smokey eyes by applying a goldish tone to the crease and working it up towards the brow, blend, blend, blend.

Still building on the eyes take a more orange based color and blend that into the crease as well, blending and starting to blow it out, still leaving your lids bare.

Now to take those colors to the lid. Apply those more goldy tones to the lids. Then go in with a darker brown and working on the outer v of your eyes giving a winged shadow affect. Take those colors to your bottom lash line as well and really blend it to give the shadow a blown out look.

Finally apply a thick cat eye with your blackest liquid liner, coat your lashes with mascara, and if your feeling bold apply some falsies! Give your inner corners a little bit of highlight as well!

Once that is all done go in with a natural looking contour and blush to keep the rest of your face natural since the eye and lip are a main focus. Completely finish the look by lining the lips, then go in with a cranberry or deep burgundy liquid lipstick!

Products Used:

L'Oreal: True Match Super Blendable Makeup in the shade W1 Porcelain 

Maybelline: FaceSTudio Master Concealer in the shade 10 Fair

Maybelline: Fit Me Set + Smooth Pressed Powder in the shade 110 Porcelain

Wet n' Wild: MegaGlo Contouring Palette in the Shade Dulce De Leche

Physicians Formula: Butter Bronzer in the shade Medium Bronze

Maybelline: Volum' Express The Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara in the shade Blackest Black

Colourpop: Eyebrow Pencil in the shade Bangin Brunette 

Colourpop: Ultra Matte Lip in the shade Notion

Clinique: Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel

Clinique: Cheek Pop in the shade Pink Pop

NYX: Baked Eyeshadow in the shade Kiss the Day

Urban Decay Cosmetics: Eyeshadow in the shade Polyester Bride

Morphe: Set 682 Brushes 

Morphe: Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette 

Thank you to Jessica Bentley for the fabulous make-up skills and photos! 

Check out her IG @thejesswho