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A Charming March Makeup Look

EVERY month this year I'm going to be creating a themed makeup look and giving you the breakdown to easily re-create it on yourself! My makeup looks are going to be inspired by the Too Faced Boss Lady Beauty Agenda.

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Let’s get started with March’s makeup theme: Charmed, I’m Sure! Barney the Boston Terrier is so charmed by this look, he’s giving me kisses! Like the makeup tutorials I shared in January and February, this month’s look is inspired by the Too Faced Boss Lady Beauty Agenda palette. I’m re-creating the look shared for the month of March and putting my own spin on things. Don’t worry, you don’t need this palette to re-create this look, use similar colors as they are described in the tutorial below. If you do have the palette handy, eyeshadow names from the palette are written in parentheses.

I’m feeling lucky, let’s put on some makeup!

Charming March Makeup


Step-by-Step Makeup Tutorial

FACE MAKEUP

1.) Apply and blend in your favorite powder or liquid foundation.

2.) Use concealer as necessary to cover blemishes and brighten dark under eye circles.

EYE MAKEUP

3.) Highlight your brow bone with an off-white eyeshadow (Marshmallowed).

4.) Blend a light brown shade (Spiked Cider) into your crease, blend it upwards.

5.) Sweep a deep, chocolate-y brown (Don’t Give a Fudge) into your crease.

6.) Smudge a metallic evergreen (Trimmed) eyeshadow from your lash line to your eyelid.

7.) Line the outer corners of your water lines with black eyeliner.

Charming March Makeup Look

Eyeshadow shades from steps 3.-6. are labeled above.

FINISHING TOUCHES

8.) Blend a little bit of bronzer above your jawline.

9.) Brush a rosey pink blush onto your cheeks.

10.) Highlight your cheeks bones.

11.) Swipe a tinted brow gel onto your eyebrows.

12.) Set the look with a setting spray or powder.

13.) Kick things up a notch with false lashes or apply your favorite lengthening mascara.

14.) Keep the focus on your eyes by putting on a muted nude lip color.


A Complete List of the Products I Used to Create This Makeup Look


FINAL LOOK

I love how earthy this overall look came out. Blending the green on the eyelid into the deep brown in the crease turned out really well. At first, I thought the combination of the brown and green would be too dark and harsh, but it has a softness to it while still being a bit dramatic.

Green Eye Makeup Look


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Thank you for creating this makeup look with me! What are your thoughts on it?

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