Romantic Mauve - Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss Palette

Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss Palette

Hello everyone and welcome back to my website! Today I played in the Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss palette from her Vault collection! The color story is right up my alley! Berries, Pinks, Purples and Mauve's are my literal comfort zone! I don't think I'm going to do much of a review of this collection, because everyone has reviewed the Jaclyn Hill Vault Collection. We all know the palettes are buttery, pigmented and beautiful. There's four palettes and they each have their own vibe, tone and theme! These palettes are going to push my boundaries. I hate stepping out of my comfort zone, but I'm going to be doing that very soon. Kind of funny story, I originally went in with the Dark Magic palette the evening I did this makeup look. I was going in with the greens, trying to do a fun St. Patrick's day look, But I got real spooked and was scared to go to iHop with green eyeshadow on. I mean, can anyone else relate? I love bright colors, But i'm scared of blues and greens... Alright, let's get into the Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss Tutorial. By the way, There are so many looks you can do with this palette, this is just my first time playing in the palette!

To start out this eye look, I primed my eyelids with the Wet n Wild Photofocus eyeshadow primer and set it with the Makeup Revolution Baking Powder in Translucent. On a nice and fluffy blending brush I picked up the shade Hush Hush and blew it out all over the lid, inner corner to outer corner and to the brow bone. I absolutely love a good mauve eyeshadow! On a more normal size blending brush I picked up Rockstar and ran it through the crease and outer third of the lid, trying to keep the lid a little less smoky, but I got carried away! I wanted to darken up the outer crease a little more so I picked up a tiny bit of Mystic and really focused it in the outer edge of the lid. I brought it about a third of the way on the bottom lash line. For the pop of beautiful shimmer on the lid, I picked up Bling Bling on a flat shader brush with a little spray to intensify the metallic-ness of the pink. On the brow bone and inner corner, I cheated a little and used the shade VIP from the Armed & Gorgeous palette. Such a beautiful frosty white, I imagine this color being insanely blinding if you use it with a setting spray!

That is it for this Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss Palette tutorial, It's such a simple look that's also super pretty. I see this eyeshadow look being a soft romantic vibe. I just crave these kinds of looks, no matter the occasion, the day or the time, I know a look like this will have me feeling confident. Also I don't know if it's just me but pinks, mauve's and burgundy shades seem to make the green in my eyes pop a lot more. My eyes tend to look more brown, unless I wear certain eyeshadow colors! Thank you so much for checking out this tutorial. I'm sorry for always being a rambley mess! 

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Products used today. 
Wet n Wild Photofocus Eye Primer
Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Bling Boss Palette
Essence Kajal Eye Pencil, Black
Broadway Beauty eyebrow pencil, brown / black
Maybelline Great Lash, Clear, Brows
Maybelline Great Lash, Black, Waterproof

(Foundations mixed 1:1)
Revlon Colorstay Foundation, 200 Nude
Maybelline Matte & Poreless, 110 Porcelain
Morphe Fluidity Full-Coverage Concealer, C1.25
Makeup Revolution, Baking Powder, Translucent
Elf Contour Palette
Maybelline, Fit Me Blush, Mauve

E.L.F. Cosmetics Highlighting set (It's a light golden yellow, had no name.)

Maybelline; Super Stay; Matte Ink; Loyalist

Brushes / Tools:
Real Techniques Foundation Sponge
SIXPLUS 15pc Brush Set
BH Cosmetics, Royal Affair Brush Set

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