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Voluminous eyes from contrasting lively colors

Highlight the beauty of your eyes with these fun and vibrant colors. Wear the City Light Makeup for a night out in town, stand out among the crowd and savor the lasting lively moments. Here’s how to create your perfect city lights inspired makeup.

You will need:

  • Brown Primer
  • Carolina Blue Mineral Eye Shadow
  • She’s Charismatic Eye Shadow
  • She's Vibrant Eye Shadow
  • All Smiles Blush
  • Cheerful Tinted Lip Balm
  • Base
  • Polished All Over Shimmer
  • Everyday Eye Shadow Brush, and;
  • Tapered Sculpting Face Brush


  1. Begin with a clean face and moisturize. Leave moisturizer for about 5 minutes, then apply Brown Primer concentrating within your T-zone.
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  3. Apply concealer on dark areas around the eyes, on red patches or acne scars and blemishes.
  4. To keep a lasting, shine-free and beautiful complexion, dab your Base shade on your face. Perfect your makeup base with the cheerful Everyday Minerals All Smiles Blush
  5. Now we play up to emphasize the eyes by creating a wing-like highlight. Using Everyday Eye Shadow Brush, put on She’s Vibrant Eye Shadow starting from your eye’s inner corner to the upper side of the lid.
  6. Then highlight the brow by applying She’s Charismatic Eye Shadow above the crease starting from the outer corner, gently sweeping the color to create a v-winged look. Brush in another stroke for a bolder look. Blend the two shades inward along the line.
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  8. Wrap up highlighting the eyes with Carolina Blue Eye Shadow and mascara for a bolder volume. Sprinkle a little Polished All Over Shimmer using your Tapered Sculpting Face Brush. Apply shimmer onto eyebrow corners, cheeks, forehead, brow bone, nose and chin.
  9. Finish this city lights inspired makeup with a simple but vibrant glamour with Cheerful Tinted Lip Balm
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