Taylor Swift's Lavender Haze Inspired Makeup tutorial

Taylor Swift's Lavender Haze Inspired Makeup tutorial

Taylor Swift's Lavender Haze Inspired Makeup tutorial
    Hello everyone! It's been a weird time but I'm back and better than ever! I filmed an eye makeup look inspire by the new Taylor Swift song Lavender Haze! I love Taylor's music and have since the MySpace days lol. I felt like I should mix my love of Taylor Swift & Makeup, and do some makeup looks inspired by her songs and albums! This look in particular ended up being super simple! Let's get into it! For the eyes, I used the Alamar Cosmetics Spanglish Pressed Pigment Palette! The really cool thing about this palette is there's little symbols showing which shadows are best used dry and best used wet! You can basically turn the shimmer / metallic shades into cream eyeshadows. UPDATE! She just announced the music video comes out tonight (Friday, January 27th) at Midnight (of course because what other time would she even drop something from the Midnights album?!)!! Another makeup tutorial inspired by the music video may be coming soon!!!

Alamar Cosmetics Spanglish Pressed Pigment Palette

    Starting out this makeup look I used the shade Ja Ja Ja all through the crease and smoked it out to make it super soft and blended out. I went in and added extra to the outer corner and crease to concentrate the color and depth! For the inner 2/3 of the lid I used the shade Erus Un Show, wet with a packing brush and brought it just above the crease  and used some dry to soften the edge. For the outer corner I took the shade Guao, wet and packed it on, blending it in with the lid shade. That's literally it too, It's such a simple and beautiful look. I'm obsessed with this palette, it's so pigmented, the shimmers are so shiny and beautiful! Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoy the tutorial! I linked the palette, Just click the picture of it! No affiliation, just a helpful link. 

Xoxo,
Lulu

My go-to base:

Foundation: Becca Ultimate Coverage 24-hour Foundation; Linen [Discontinued brand]
Concealer: Too Faced Born This Way Super Coverage Concealer; Cloud
& ColourPop No Filter Concealer; Light 10
Powder: Beauty Bakerie Face Flour Baking Powder; Oat / Translucent
Bronzer: Hanalei Matte Bronzer
Blush: ColourPop Lizzie McGuire Collection; You Are Magnifico
Highlight: Revlon SkinLights Prismatic Highlighter; Daybreak Glimmer
Setting Spray: Urban Decay All Nighter Ultra Matte Setting Spray
Lipstick: Trestique Matte Lip Crayon; Florence Fig & Nantucket Nude

Eyes:

Palette: Alamar Cosmetics Spanglish Pressed Pigment Palette
Eyeliner: Trestique Eyeliner; Santorini Black Sand
Mascara: Essence Lash Princess, False Lash Effect Waterproof Mascara; Black
Brow Pencil: Billion Dollar Brows, Brows On Point: Micro Brow Pencil; Taupe
Brow Gel: ColourPop Brow Boss Gel; Clear
Fake Lashes: Ardell Wispies; 113
Lash Glue: Lavaa Eyelash Adhesive, Latex Free, Waterproof, Clear

Updated Makeup Brush Cleaning!

Foundation Brush before and after
Hello Everyone and welcome back! Today I have my updated makeup brush cleaning post! Over the years I've simplified a lot of what I do and how I clean my makeup brushes! All you need is your favorite antibacterial soap and a brush cleaning mat! If you don't have one of the mats, you can use your hand to agitate the bristles. My choice of antibacterial soap, is Dawn! It's been my go to for years now. When washing the brushes, use a more gentle hand but you can tell by pushing on the bristles how much pressure is needed. Run the brush under water and use a small amount of soap and scrub the bristles in circular motion to work the product out. Rinse and repeat if needed. Some pigments can stain! Once you fully rinse the brush out, gently squeeze out excess water and set aside to dry! I have posted a video of the process on all of my social media pages!


If your a visual learner, You can find the links to everything here;

Things you need:
- Dirty Makeup Brushes
- Antibacterial Soap (Dawn)
- Silicone Brush Mat (Exact one here)
- A bath towel to lay them out on after

Eyeshadow Brushes before and after


Helpful tips:
- Make sure you use lukewarm water.
- If it's too hot, you risk melting the glue and your brushes will fall apart.
- If the water is too cold, I've noticed the bristles have a harder time getting clean. 
- Lay out a bath towel, roll it up on one end to create an elevated edge for the handles to rest on.
- Keep your brushes angled down so gravity helps push the water down and not into the bristles.


This is the exact one I have, you can get them a lot of places pretty inexpensive!
Silicone Mat, Makeup Brush Cleaning Mat

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