Friday, 4 March 2016

Makeup look: bright fuchsia, feat. Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

In my recent monthly beauty favourites post I mentioned that I've been loving wearing the new Urban Decay & Gwen Stefani lipstick in Firebird. I've created different eye looks around it, from subtle neutral, all matte purples to more vibrant fuchsia themed. And today I want to share with you the last one, probably less wearable for most of you but one that is also more fun. I actually wore it last Saturday on a girly night out with my friends and I liked it and didn't feel like it was too 80s but I'll let you be the judge :)

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

Primer - Soap & Glory One Heck Of A Blot primer, I keep using it, it's one of the very few primers that actually work for me and I see the difference when wearing it.
Foundation - L'Oreal Infallible 24H Matte in shade 13 Rose Beige, it was the first time I used this foundation after a long time and I was equally impressed with it, just like before, it keeps my skin matte all day and gives great coverage.
Concealer - my recent favourite duo when doing a heavier makeup, Pixi corrector and Bourjois Radiance Reveal in Light.
Powder - as the foundation sets to a matte finish I only set my concealer with the Inglot HD Brightening powder and dusted my face with Hourglass Dim Light powder.
Bronzer, contour - Inglot HD powder #608.
Blush - Hourglass Luminous Flash blush.
Highlighter - Hourglass Iridescent Light Strobing powder.

Primer - Pixi corrector set with Inglot Brightening powder #503.
Eyeshadows - Urban Decay Vice 4 palette (review).
Eye pencil - Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in Vice.
Mascara - L'Oreal Volume Million Lases Feline mascara, I'm loving it, so much better then the Maybelline Push Up Drama I was testing recently.
False eyelashes - Ardell Naturals.
Brows - Inglot Brow Pomade in the shade #16.

Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

1 - using shade Framed I dusted it all over my crease as a transitional shade.
2 - I applied shade Bone on the inner half of my lid, it's a nice off white shade with delicate pink shift to it.
3 - I applied shade 1885 on the outer half of the lid blending it with Bones.
4 - I darkened outer corner and my crease with shade Beat Down making sure all the edges are blended seamlessly.
5 - I lined my lower lash line with the UD Vice eye pencil, smudged it and then blended with shade Beat Down.
6 - I highlighted my inner corner with the Hourglass Iridescent Light powder.

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

Lip liner - Urban Decay & Gwen Stefani 24/7 Slide On Lip Pencil in Firebird.
Lipstick - Urban Decay & Gwen Stefani Lipstick in Firebird.

And this is the finished look :)

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

Makeup look using Urban Decay Vice 4 palette

How would you pair this bright lipstick with your eye makeup? Would you go with bolder eyes, like I did, or rather keep them simple and neutral?

Have a great weekend all!

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