Orange Daze Makeup Look | bh cosmetics Studio Pro Contour Palette | #ModishlyNaturalistic


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So I heard, or rather saw, that orange is the new black this Spring/ Summer. I am seeing so many beautiful women rocking orange eye shadow makeup looks and I am here for it all! 

You can say that these looks got me in an orange daze because today, I really wanted to pull off an orange eye shadow look and I did. I loved the outcome of my makeup look. This makeup look was inspired 

This look was inspired by Jocelyn Partee. Check out her youtube channel!

For my eye shadow look. I used the shade 'stone fox' in my Morphe 9C Jewel Palette as a transitional color. Then, I took the orange shade, 'pineapple isle', from my Ultimate Face Eyeshadow Palette in packed it on to my eyelids. On the outer corner of my eyes, I used Morocco from my Nubian 2 Eye shadow Palette


 

But sis, the real tea is on this bh cosmetics Studio Pro Contour Palette.  This palette that contains 10 powder shades is my one hit, on the go, all over the world, go to palette. I've been using this palette for about 3 weeks. I've seen lots of makeup artists and influencers use this palette and I had to see why. Now, I see why... it's amazing!

I use this palette to set, contour, and highlight my face. My loose translucent powders might have dust and spider webs on them now...matter of fact, I don't even know where they are at. I haven't used them since I started using this palette. 

I bought this palette from Ulta. It was on sale for $9.00, regular price $14.00 (not bad at all). So sis, I recommend this palette, especially if you are starting out in the makeup/ beauty industry. 


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  • To set under eye, use a contour brush and pack the powder on your  under eye crease areas. Then, you can use a loose powder to further set. This method will keep under eyes from looking dried out from the loose powder, smooth out any creasing, and allow you to use translucent loose powders without getting flashbacks. 
  • Use the shade that closely matches your concealer to set the areas you concealed.  

Thank You Everyone:)...Till Next Post!

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