Hey everyone! I am writing this blog entry in Boulder, CO which is the first stop on my roadtrip out to LA. The mountains are absolutely beautiful here and this little mini-vacation reminds me of my trip to Paris last year with Sigma Beauty.
As many of you know, the Paris Palette was just released which is so exciting because I had a hand in developing it. I shared more pictures and swatches in this post but now I can share with you a makeup tutorial and vlog video as well! Today's look is a "pop of teal" which is a mostly neutral look with a bright eyeshadow that is framed on the lid. It's actually a very fun and surprisingly wearable look for Spring and Summer so I hope you enjoy the tutorial!
Click below to see the Behind the Scenes and Tutorial as well as more photos!
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Foundation in 60 Natural Beige
NARS Stick Concealer in Custard
Tarte Smooth Operator Powder
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Sigma Paris Palette
Wet 'n Wild Gel liner
Lioele Artist Auto Eyebrow Pencil in grey black
Urban Decay Cannonball Mascara
Revlon Lip Butter in Peach Parfait
Flannel shirt from Abercrombie
Gingham shirt is from H&M
Necklace from H&M
Cardigan from H&M
YSL Arty ring
Here are some photos of the final look. From the front you can see how the neutral color cups the teal on the lid. I have small creases here but this look also works for larger lids and also monolids as well, which I showed in the video. :)
Here you can see how the color is stacked and blended together where they meet. You can't see this as well in photos, but the bluish-green iridescence of Triomphe really looks gorgeous next to the teal.
One last smile! That, and this photo shows off my Arty ring. (Did anyone see it hidden in the new blog layout? ;)
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial! Maybe it will give some inspiration for summery makeup looks with one of my favorite things about the warmer weather: COLOR!
It's time for me to go hiking up a mountain now, but let me know in the comments:
Do you wear brighter/more colorful makeup during the Spring and Summer? Does your makeup routine change?
Disclaimer: Sigma Paris Palette provided by Sigma Beauty for review. For more information please see my Disclosure Policy.