James Charles, Escape Makeup Tutorial!

James Charles x Morphe; Unleash Your Inner Artist Palette
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today i'm posting my very first look using the new James Charles Palette! I had to wait till the second Morphe relaunch to actually buy it. It kept selling out everywhere! I was on my phone in the middle of the car dealership, debit card in hand, just waiting! We got one boi's! I ordered it on Thursday, December 6th, I received it on Sunday, December 9th. For whatever reason, this time a year if you have packages, the local post office will drop them off even on Sunday's and national holiday's. One thing i'm kind of sad about is that when it came, I had no clue what it was... The Morphe box was inside out. How does this happen? Other than that I love this palette so far. I've only used it for one look and everything went so smoothly!

James Charles x Morphe; Unleash Your Inner Artist PaletteStarting out this makeup look I primed my eyes using the Wet n Wild Photofocus primer, This is the first time i'm using it and really like it. It's super smooth. My eyes have stayed pigmented and creaseless for hours. On a packed blending brush, I picked up Escape and packed on my outer corner and into my crease. I only had to pick up the shade twice to get full pigmentation! It looked really messy, but it's all part of the process. Wiping off the brush and picking up a mix of Skip & Pinkity Drinkity, I used them to help blend out the edges and add some warmth to the cooler dark purple. I picked up more Pinkity Drinkity to blend up to the brow bone and soften up everything further. Cutting the crease I took a flat synthetic and my Makeup Revolution concealer in C3 and painted on a thin later making sure to get as straight of a line as I could. Onto the concealer I used a angled eyeshadow brush and packed on Artistry. This by far is one of my favorite colors! It's a soft lavender with a pink to blue shift. It's everything I've ever wanted in a shimmery eyeshadow! I almost forgot to add that I put Spooky on the outer 2/3 of my bottom lash line, on the inner third I used Artistry again, and on the inner corner I used Ring Light.

James Charles x Morphe; Unleash Your Inner Artist Palette

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Xoxo Lulu

Products used:
Wet N Wild; Photofocus eye primer
James Charles x Morphe; Unleash Your Inner Artist Palette
Maybelline; Great Lash; Waterproof
Essence Black Pencil Liner
Broadway Beauty Eyebrow Pencil; Brown / Black
Maybelline; Great Lash; Clear (brows)

[My foundations are mixed evenly.]
Wet N Wild Photofocus Foundation; 363C, Nude Ivory
Makeup Revolution; Conceal & Define Full Coverage Conceal & Contour, C3
Makeup Revolution; Lace Baking Powder
Elf Contour Kit
Blush; [self made]
Mario Badescu; Facial Spray With Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater

James Charles x Morphe; Unleash Your Inner Artist Palette; Face

Maybelline; The Elixer Gloss; Rose Redefined

Brushes / Tools:
Real Techniques, Miracle Complexion Sponge
Pueen Large Powder Brush
Pueen Angled Blush Brush
Generic Flat Packing Brush
Generic Brand Fan Brush
Generic Flat Angled Shader Brush
Generic Natural Fiber Blending Brush

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