Guest Post: Peachy Pink Ethereal Goddess Tutorial

-This post was written by my sister, Taylor-

First thing’s first, you’re already a goddess. So check off that part.

But to begin this glowy spring look, start with a glowy foundation, like the YSL Touche Eclat Foundation. Next, I like to use the Marc Jacobs Remedy Concealer Pen in Rendezvous under my eyes to brighten up any dark circles I may have because try as I might, I can never quite get to bed early enough to get a good night’s sleep.

Next, I use the new Tartelette Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in the collector’s shade Celebrated. It’s a warm rose-y shade with a slight nude-gold undertone that adds a beautiful glow to the skin that looks so natural and healthy. To finish the face I like to use Benefit’s Watt’s Up! Highlighter to bring a dewy shine to the tops of my cheekbones.

For eyes, a sweep of Urban Decay’s Strange from the Naked 3 palette to neutralize any darkness on my eyelids makes a perfect base. Smudged into the outer corner and crease I’ll use my finger to apply Benefit’s Creaseless Cream Eyeshadow in Birthday Suit, a bronzey gold shade that ties the whole eye look together. A few coats of mascara finishes off the eye look.

Last but not least is lips. This look needs a pinky-gold shade to match the eyes and cheeks, and a perfect color for that is the Tarte Amazonian Butter Lipstick in Golden Pink (aptly named). This lipstick, as the name suggests, is so buttery and smooth and feels super hydrating on the lips. The color is more sheer than opaque but still leaves a nice wash of color to round off the whole look.

What's your favorite makeup look for spring?


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