FOTD: Feeling Peachy.

Here's a makeup look that would be perfect for your Easter Sunday. It gives off just the right amount of color to keep you looking fun and fresh yet appropriate for your days festivities.

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Neutrogena Primer
Graftobian Hi-Def Creme foundation in "Buttermilk" (as a concealer)
NYX HD Photogenic Concealer in "Light" (under eyes & to highlight)
Ben Nye Banana powder (to set concealer) 
NYX eyeshadow "Dark Brown" (contour)
Cover Girl Clean oil control pressed powder in "Soft Honey"
Milani Baked blush in "Bellissimo Bronze"
MAC blush in "Fleur Power"
Model in a Bottle


EOS lip balm in "Sweet Mint"
NYX lip liner in "Natural"
MAC lipstick in "Freckletone"

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How To Get The Look:

First, apply an eyeshadow primer. - I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance

 photo DSC059861_zpsa00032d2.png1. Pat a matte peach eyeshadow onto your lid. - MakeUpForEver #5

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2. Blend a medium brown from crease to brow bone. - I combined NYX "Brown"(matte) and Ulta "Mystical"(Shimmer)

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 3. Sweep a dark brown into the crease. - NYX "Dark Brown"

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4. Place a light matte neutral eyeshadow under your brow. - NYX Nude Matte Shadow "Lap Dance"

5. Apply a light matte eyeshadow in the tear duct. I used a random white shadow. Then take a light shimmery shadow and place it over that. - Ulta "Stardust"

6. Add your light shimmery eyeshadow and the brown you just used to your lower lash line. Apply eyeliner and mascara and you're all done! - L'Oreal Infallible Gel Eyeliner "Blackest Black", Milani Runway Lashes Instant Volume Mascara

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If you have any suggestions of what makeup looks you would like to see next just leave me a comment below. ♥

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  1. Your makeup always looks so beautiful and flawless! I apply mine basically in the same steps but yours photographs so well!


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