Thursday, August 16, 2018

One Palette, Three Looks (series) - Using The Marc Jacobs Beauty Scandalust Palette - Look #3

We have reached the third look in my Marc Jacobs Beauty Scandalust Palette series. For this look I wanted to create something bold and demonstrate how this palette works with other shadows in my collection. Summer is coming to an end, and Fall makes me think of cranberry makeup looks. I think this is a great in between seasons look that could work for summer and fall.

Look #3:

To start the look, I used a Soho blending brush dipped into That's Why (orange-tan) as my transition color, blending it through my crease. 

On a Sigma E36 Blending Brush I swept Scandalous (cranberry) in the deepest part of my crease and lightly onto the lid. 

I then took a clean blending brush from  Ecotools to blend out any harsh edges. Picking up the Soho blending brush again, I applied more of That's Why to the crease.  Above that, I used At The Office (Ivory) to blend out the edges blending it up toward the brow using a Royal & Langnickel Revolution BX-66 brush.

Next, I mixed Too Faced Glitter Glue with NYX The Ultimate Pearl Shadow in Copper Pearl and applied it to the lid with a Bdellium Tools  740 sponge tip applicator. I went over the edges with a clean blending brush.

For the lower lash line I dipped a Smith 220 brush into Scandalous sweeping it along the lower lash line.  I then dipped the same brush into That's Why and used it to blend out Scandalous. To add more definition to the lower lashes, I applied Little Miss, the darkest color in the palette, to the outer corner. It is important to keep this color very close to the lash line. Use a cotton swab to clean up if needed. 

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in Whiskey (brown) was applied to the water line.

On a Kelley Quan angled brush, I applied Little Miss to the upper lash line keeping the color thinner on the inner part of the eye and thicker as I moved out toward the edge.

Sugarpill loose eyeshadow in Lumi is a beautiful iridescent color that worked beautifully on inner corners of the eye. I applied just a touch of this with my Kelley Quan blending brush.

To finish off the eyes, I applied several coats of Milani Big and bigger lashes mascara to top and bottom lashes.

On my lips I applied Wet n Wild Wine Room lipstick (matte burgundy) and topped it off with Urban Decay's Midnight Cowboy gloss.

Here is the finished look:

What do you think? Which of my three looks is your favorite?

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