FOTD: Pink Date Night Makeup Tutorial For Dark Skin.

Hey beautiful, how are you?

I’ve finally dusted the cobwebs off my YouTube channel oh, praise God!

I created this look yesterday with nowhere in mind to go to lol but I wanted to do something for the ‘gram so voila.

Embedded is the video tutorial, let me know how you like it, the products used are also in the description box of the video but I’d post them here too just because.

FACE
Classic Makeup USA mist and Fix setting spray as both a primer and setting spray.
Classic Makeup USA consealing mattifying foundation in shade 4.
Classic Makeup USA oil control powder in Dark.
Classic Makeup USA face definer in CM01.
LA Girl concealers in Fawn and Chestnut.

EYES
BH cosmetics 120 sixth edition eyeshadow palette.
KleanColor High Drama eyeshadow palette.
BH cosmetics studio powder in 255.
NYX jumbo pencil in milk.
Maybelline colossal mascara.
Kiss Beauty gel liner in black.

BROWS
Davis eyepencil in 40.

LIPS
Kiss Beauty lip pencil in 007.
Avour liquid lipstick in 17.

CHEEKS
Beauty Treats matte blush palette.

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Stay beautiful and have an amazing weekend!

Bookie.

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12 thoughts on “FOTD: Pink Date Night Makeup Tutorial For Dark Skin.

  1. Thought i was the only one who mixes fawn and chesnut to highlight…

    I just don’t like the way toffee feels on my skin.. plus it creases too..

    Check out that highlight… o ma pop gaaaan!!

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  2. Hi Bookie. Lovely content you have. HELP a sister out. I have annoyingly oily skin – even with makeup I still shine. What classic products would you recommend for me? Primers, foundation, and setting spray/powder? What do I use for oil control especially as im out doing field work 8 hours daily? Thanks B.

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    1. I can’t recommend any Classic product for oily skin Hun, it’s best for dry/combination skin.
      However you can try Boots No7 mattifying primer, it will soak up your oils lol.
      You can also try Becca primer (expensive).
      For setting spray you can try NYX Matte setting spray or Blot cosmetics mattifying setting spray.
      These are just suggestions.

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