POWDER CONTOURING USING BH COSMETICS STUDIO PRO PALETTE – REVIEW & DEMO

Hey Finders! ⚡️ I AM BLOWN AWAY. I’m revisiting how to contour your face using the BH Cosmetics Studio Pro palette. This affordable (& F’ing amazing) palette features 10 different shades for less than $15 & I have been using this palette on repeat! Perfect for traveling & for those of you with fair to medium skin tones.

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Product Reviewed: BH Cosmetics Studio Pro Shade & Define Palette $12 (ON SALE)

Other Products Worn:

Face: KORRES Greek Yogurt Smoothie Primer $42 / NARS Radiant Longwear Foundation “Vienna” $49 / Catrice Liquid Camouflage Concealer ‘Light Natural’ $5.99 / BH Cosmetics Studio Pro Shade & Define $12 / BH Cosmetics Nude Blush Palette $12 / Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder $38

Brows: Anastasia Brow Wiz Pencil “Medium Brown” $21 / Hourglass Arch Brow Shaping Gel $28

Eyes: COL-LAB Palette Pro Eyeshadow Palette ‘After Hours’ $14.99 Tweezerman Lash Curler $18 / Younique Moodstruck Epic Mascara $24

Lips: Make Up For Ever ‘Wherever Walnut’ Lip Pencil $18 / Smashbox Always On Liquid Lipstick ‘Fair Game’ $24

EASY 3-STEP EYESHADOW TRICK

Hey Finders! ⚡️ We’re going back to the basics!! I’m showing you my super easy 3-step-eyeshadow trick to blending any & all shadow looks, no matter how much or how little time you have to do it. What are a few of your shadow-blending tricks??

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HOW TO: COLOR CORRECT

Hey Guys! Today I’m teaching you how to color correct using a $6 palette from J.Cat Beauty! Do you have dark circles, rosacea, or other forms of skin discoloration? If so, you’re in luck because I’m teaching you guys my step by step process of how to better cover up these issues – it’s quick, easy, affordable & game changing!

This palette comes with 4 colors, used to correct 4 different types of skin discolorations. Here’s the breakdown:

Orange: covers dark hues like under-eye circles

Green: covers red shades like rosacea and broken blood vessels underneath the skin

Lilac: corrects dull areas & cancels out yellow tones, making skin brighter

Yellow: similar to lilac, it helps brighten skin and even out skin tone

Not sure where to place these shades or how to apply? For quick techniques on how to make the most out of color correcting, watch below!