I can finally get this tutorial up for y’all. I know it has taken way too long!! The Morphe 350 palette is so pretty! I love it and I know you will too!
To be honest, the more I watch other videos to try to learn lighting and editing the more I feel flustered and unqualified. I don’t claim to be a makeup artist… I sometimes get things right, and sometimes it’s a disaster. I myself still have a lot to learn! I do know I love makeup and I do love playing with it. I have been struggling with doing videos because I don’t feel like my skills are good enough. I know it’s the enemy talking and throwing lies at me, but it’s the truth. It’s been a battle and a lots of wasted videos because of me being too critical with myself, how I sound in the videos, how my makeup looks, and the list goes on and on. But no more of that, I read a very sweet comment the other day and she went on to say how she could really see my personality in my videos and how it was refreshing and that right there was my wake up call. My videos may not be professional, and I don’t have a whole crew or team behind me, but I have me…and that is enough.
So without further ado, today’s video is an easy and simple shadow look. So easy that if I can do it, you can too! I hope you enjoy it!!
Affiliate links: what I used for this look
Morphe 350 Palette
Brush 1: MAC 217
Brush 2: Sigma Buff and Blend E39
Brush 3: MAC 242
Brush 4: MAC 212
Eyeliner: Make Up For Ever Ink Liner
Lip Color- E.L.F Moisturizing Lipstick in “Marsala Blush”
EyeBrow: Anastasia Brow Wiz in “Taupe”
Primer: Make Up For Ever Base Nourishing Primer
Corrector: Bobbi Brown in “Light”
Foundation: It Cosmetics CC+ Cream in Medium
Blush: MAC in “Melba”
Highlight & Contour: Anastasia in Light to Medium
Highlighter: Pop Beauty Pow Wow Powder in Strobin’ Glow