Phoenix Fire Bird Makeup

Hi everyone! I am back with another Halloween makeup look.  Here are a couple of my inspiration photos.

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I started this look by using the Boscia BB Cream in light. This BB doesn’t provide a whole lot of coverage, but it does actually have some shimmer and luminosity to it. I used the Sephora #56 Pro Flawless Airbrush with this BB Cream. I set my face with the Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc-Free Pressed Powder in Cream Natural. This is one of my favorite setting powders and I like to use it with the Sephora Mineral Powder Brush.

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To add color to my face, I began with the NYX Blush in Cinnamon and used the ELF Stipple Brush for a very diffused look.

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To add more dimension to my face, I went in with the ELF Angled Blush Brush and the color Aphrodite from the BH Cosmetics Galaxy Chic Palette.

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I blended out those two colors with this yellow/gold color from the Fall Festival Palette from Coastal Scents.

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I used the red crayon from this Festive Makeup Crayon set to draw out the winged lines. You should be able to find these makeup crayons at any drugstore. I got mine at Walmart.

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After I got all the lines drawn and filled in with the crayon, I used the red color from the Fall Festival Pallet to set it and deepen the color.

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To add gold into the look, I filled in the open spots on my face with the Wet n Wild Kohl Eyeliner in Pros and Bronze. I set all of the gold with the Catrice Liquid Metal Eyeshadow in We are the Champagnes.

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I also added more of the orange from the Fall Festival Palette under my eyes and down my nose.

I used my Revlon Color Stay Skinny Liquid Eyeliner to line my eyes and create a dramatic wing that followed the gold under my eye.

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I used a set of false eyelashes that I found in the Halloween section of Rite Aid. They are the Fright Night by Ardell in Dark Maiden. I just used the top lashes.


I used this burgundy shade from the Fall Festival Palette to go over the outside edges of the red to give it some more dimension.


For lips, I used two Jordana products that go very well together. This is the Jordana Easyliner for Lips in Sedona Red. I lined my lips and filled them in with this color and then used the Jordana Modern Matte Lipstick in Matte Style. They were on sale for 2/$4.00 at Walgreens!

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Here is the final look! i hope you all enjoyed!

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