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Happy Sunday! I’ve got another edition of Get Ready with Me for you today. I used all Sugarpill eyeshadow, including Dollipop and colors from the Cold Chemistry release. I’m having a rosacea flare up, so my skin is crazy red and unhappy. Boo! I did my own version of this look from Pinterest that some of you asked me to recreate on Instagram. Here’s my version of the look. I had a lot of difficulty getting Poison Plum to look right, which is why I ended up using some of Elemental Chaos. This is a pretty good video for color placement if you have hooded eyelids like I do.

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Sugarpill Dollipop, Poison Plum, Elemental Chaos, Soot n' Stars, Diamond eyes, Tako

Sugarpill Dollipop, Poison Plum, Elemental Chaos, Soot n' Stars, Diamond eyes, Tako, Makeup, Eyeshadow, Tutorial

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry, Sweet Heart, Cold Heart, Palette Tutorial
Eyes
tarte Brow Mousse in Rich Brown
Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion
Sugarpill Tako – from lashline to eyebrows, then packed on the lid
Sugarpill Dollipop – crease
Sugarpill Poison Plum – lower crease
Sugarpill Elemental Chaos – outer crease
Sugarpill Soot n’ Stars – outer crease and outer lower lash line
Sugarpill Diamond Eyes - inner lower lash line, inner corner of eyes,  right under brows.
Nyx White Eyeliner – waterline
Jesse’s Girl Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner – upper lash line
Ardel 305 Demi lashes
Fantabulash – lash adhesive tape

Face
Nyx Studio Perfect Primer in Green
NARS Radiant Cream foundation in Siberia
Nyx Cream Blush in Natural
NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder
Too Faced Candlelight Glow Duo

Lips
OCC Makeup Lip Tar Pencil in Nylon

Right after I filmed the video I had a major snafu with my lashes. Part of the lash adhesive migrated onto my browbone, so my eyelid got stuck to my browbone because of my hooded eyes! LOL! Anyway, I used Fantabulsh Eyelash Adhesive Tape to apply the lashes and it’s a lot easier than lash glue. I developed an allergy to lash glue so I can’t use it anymore and I’m glad that I found Fantabulash. I still am not skilled at applying lashes, but Fantabulash makes it easier than trying to use glue.

In this video you see my current foundation routine:  primer, applying a foundation with a latex sponge, applying NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder with another latext sponge, done! What’s yours?

Any requests for my next tutorial? Please let me know in the comments below!