Happy Monday everybody ?
Last week I shared a look using mainly products from Mirantur Beauty Boutique. You can have a read here. This week I’m showing you a few other products of theirs and a brown smokey eye I did. I hope you enjoy it!
Starting off with foundation, using Mac’s Studio Sculpt in NC20. I apply this all over my face using the Urban Decay Optical Blurring brush – my absolute favourite! It’s the best at blending.
Once this is completely blended, I do my eyebrows. Today I used my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade and the Brown Brow Master from Mirantur. I used the top middle brown shadow to fill in leftover spaces in my brows and then I used the top left hand peachy shadow to highlight my brow bones.
As usual, I applied a neutral shade to my whole lid – using the same peachy shade from my brow bone. Then taking a flat, applicator brush, I used a brown from the Subtle Tease palette. (Third row from the left, second from the top). I applied this all over my lid.
Over this brown, I used a brown from the Smokey Surrender palette. (Second row from left, last shadow in row) I applied this mainly on the middle of my lid, as opposed to over the whole lid.
Using the two top shadows in the Egyptian Shadow palette, I applied these to the crease of my eyes. Because these are warm, bronzey shades, they are perfect for blending the dark, cooler brown of the whole lid. It’s always best to use warm colours to blend out cooler shades. It creates a softer look on the face.
Once everything is blended out, I used the Gel Eyeliner and Eyebrow Cake Set in black on my bottom lash line, for emphasis and a bit of drama. I also applied a tiny bit on my waterline at the bottom. This gel eyeliner is really soft and the application is very smooth. It also creates a nice difference when applied to the bottom lash line, as opposed to the top.
Over this black gel liner at the bottom, I smudged some of the darker brown eyeshadow over it, to make it appear slightly more warmer. And using a shade from the Subtle Tease palette – a shimmery shade, first row from left and third shadow in row – applied to the inner corners of my eyes, to make them pop.
Concealer, powder & contouring
Using Mac’s Mineralize concealer in NC20, I apply this in triangles underneath my eyes. For a brighter, more youthful effect. To set this I’ve used Celebre’s translucent powder.
Using the dark brown Chocolate from my Saucebox palette, I contour underneath my cheekbones, slightly around my forehead by my hairline (BLEND!) and a little bit on the sides of my nose.
Over this, I applied some of the beautiful bronzer from Mirantur in the shade Mousse number 1. Taking this more onto my temples and also slightly on the apples of my cheeks, for a warm glow.
Then I used the Luminescence Stick in Gold, on my cheekbones. This highlighter is absolutely stunning and when the light catches it, literally makes you shine like a star ?
Lips & mascara
Using the Rouge Flamboyant lipsticks, I mixed shades Sweet Sherbet and French Tease to create this beautiful, pinky lip colour. It’s really fun to mix lipstick colours to create something a little different, and more suited to what you’re going for.
And then lastly I applied some of Rimmel’s Extra 3D Lash mascara and the black Waterproof mascara from Mirantur.
For these beautiful Mirantur products, visit their website and be prepared to want everything! I’ve had so much fun these last few days with all these stunning products. And there’s so much more I want to do!