It seems that Prom season is around the corner, and I wanted to create a prom makeup tutorial for this post. Recently, I just purchased my first ELF product, which is the baked eyeshadow palette in NYC, and I’m pretty impressed with this palette. This palette cost around $15 at Winners in Canada (USD$10 on their website), so it’s pretty affordable for (graduating) students. The pigment pay-off is so-so when applied dry, but applied wet, the eyeshadows are quite pretty. The champagne shade in this palette is applied wet, and it has a beautiful shimmer.
Anyways, I didn’t have a full face picture from my camera since the battery went died, but I did take a picture using the iphone, which I posted on Instagram. The eyes are very shimmery and defined, but not too dark. I think it’s a very pretty look for prom!
- Primer – Urban Decay Primer Potion “Original”
- Transition shade – MAC “Orange” + Makeup Geek “Peach Smoothie”
- Outer V (or C) – brown shade in ELF Baked Eyeshadow Studio palette “NYC” (applied dry)
- Eyelid/Inner corner – champagne shade in ELF Baked Eyeshadow Studio palette “NYC” (applied wet)
- Upper/lower lash line – black shade in ELF Baked Eyeshadow Studio palette “NYC” (appied dry)
- Brows – Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz “Taupe” and “Brunette”
- Falsies – Gwiyomi falsies #3
- Base – Kat Von D foundation primer
- Foundation – Kat Von D Lock-it Tattoo foundation
- Blush – MAC blush powder “Apricot”
- Highlighter – Becca Shimmering Perfector in “Moonstone” and The Balm “Mary-Lou Manizer”
- Powder – CoverFX translucent setting powder
- Lip color – YSL Glossy Stain in Pêche Cerra-Cola