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Countdown to Christmas // Frost bitten makeup look

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Hello!

My favorite holiday, Christmas is right around the corner. Just 7 days to go and we can all be festive again! I created a frosty and simple makeup look for you guys to try out. Maybe you can wear this to go to the local Christmas market, enjoy Christmas eve with your friends or maybe something else. Let’s go! 

I decided to keep it really simple this time. This is the result:

 

For the eyes, I applied just one shade to make them look really frosty and purple. It is a kind of duochrome shade from the beautiful Desert Dusk palette by Huda Beauty. The shade is called Twilight. I applied it with a big flat shader brush. I spritzed my brush with some Mac’s Fix+ to get a very pigmented result. I dabbed it on, and applied some mascara!

That highlight! I used a purple blush on the cheeks for a cool toned flush. It is an ombre blush by NYX. For a highlight I used my Moonchild palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills. I used Blue Moon all over the cheekbone and with a smaller brush I focused the color Purple Horseshoe on the highest point of the cheek.

On the lips I am wearing a holiday red shade by L’Oreal called 346 Red Perfecto.

And that is the finished look. What do you think?

That was it for today everyone! What is your go-to holiday makeup look? Let me know! 

See you next time! 

Your Belgian blogger,

xoxo, Tessa

Disclaimer: These are my own pictures. All opinions are my own.

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