Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette Look

I created a look today using the @anastasiabeverlyhills Modern Renaissance Palette. I used the colors Tempera, Love Letter, Burnt Orange for a transition shade, and Vermeer in the inner third of the lid.  These are super blendable, easy to build, and stunning on!

I’m very proud of myself.  I’ve never really done this before.  I used a little trick where I put Scotch tape on the side of my eyes to prevent fall-out and to create a crisp clean line.  It worked like a charm!  I also have a hard time with a steady hand for eyeliner and it helped me perfect a winged liner.  If you have trouble like me and get it ALL OVER THE PLACE, this is the PERFECT trick for you!

I had a little bit of time this morning, so this was fun to create.  Now that I have had a little bit of practice, I bet I can do it in less time for sure!

These are the products I used in this look: 

Face: bareMinerals BAREPRO Performance Wear Liquid Foundation in Shade Natural (11)

Blush: Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit – Unlocked Palette – Shade Mood Flush (Oh no, this one is out of stock, but something similar here)

Bronzer: Thrive Causemetics Sun Chaser Blur + Sculpt Bronzing Powder in Eos

Eyeshadow: Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette

Eyeliner: Tarte Cosmetics Tarteist Eyeline Double Effet. Liquid

Mascara: L’Oreal Lash Paradise in Blackest Black

Brows: Full Brow Highlighter Neutral and Skinny Brow Taupe

Highlighter: Becca Skin Love Glow Glaze Stick

Lips: Mac Lipliner in Nice N’ Spicy; Becca Chrissy Glow Gloss in Malibu Soleil

Eyelash Curler: Shu Uemura

I love to create different looks!  It’s fun to see how the products look and work.  Let me know which ones you have or are loving at the moment!  I hope you are having a fabulous weekend.

 

Wishing you all the bright fireflies,

Jennifer

 

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