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Sydney Grace Mountain Trail Eyeshadow Bundle Swatches

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Sydney Grace Mountain Trail Eyeshadow Bundle ($33.00) is a new, permanent set that features nine eyeshadows across matte (four shades) and shimmer (five shades) finishes.

Sydney Grace’s “Christmas in July” sale starts today, July 21st, and runs through July 28th. Each day has a different deal, and the brand will also be launching new products for summer throughout the sale dates. You can purchase the Mountain Trail bundle on its own,but you can also get it free with any $50+ purchase made on launch day, on July 26th, beginning at 9AM PT; just add it to your cart, and the discount will be shown at checkout.

List of deals:

All orders will be shipped after the sale unless “SHIP ASAP” is added to the order (all information can be found on their Instagram).

  • 7/21: Raspberry Kiss eyeshadow bundle free with $50+ purchase (add bundle to cart, discount shown at checkout)
  • 7/22: Get a mystery bag (~$50 value) with $50+ purchase; each bag contains four new exclusive eyeshadow shades, plus a new blush along with other products (add mystery bag to cart, discount shown at checkout)
  • 7/23: 30% off all bundles and palettes (discount shown at checkout)
  • 7/24: Deal will be revealed at 8AM PT.
  • 7/25: Cream Shadows for $5, blushes for $5, and highlighters for $7
  • 7/26: Mountain Trail eyeshadow bundle free with $50+ purchase (add bundle to cart, discount shown at checkout)
  • 7/27: Spend $25, get $20 worth of free products; spend $50, get $50 worth of free products; spend $100, get $110 worth of free products; items chosen at random from existing product ranges
  • 7/28: Deal will be revealed 8AM PT.

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I love this look! I used a different technique to get this eye look 🥰

Eyes:
@jeffreestarcosmetics @jeffreestar #bloodlustpalette #jeffreestarcosmetics #jeffreestar
@tatti_lashes TL2
Face:
@jeffreestarcosmetics Diamond Wet
@jaclynhillcosmetics The Flash Palette #jaclynhillcosmetics
Lips:
@jeffreestarcosmetics Blow Pony #velourliquidlipstick topped with Sickening #TheGloss #jeffreestarcosmetics



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Low Key “No-Makeup” Makeup With Creams (MAC Pro Face Palettes)

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If the day ever comes when an inquisitive young child asks me about the meaning behind Prince’s song, Cream, I’m going to tell her it’s about cream makeup. Cream blush, cream eyeshadow and cream foundation.

CREAM! creampurple_guitar

Prince loved wearing makeup, so why wouldn’t he write a song about cream products? 😁 the_symbol

And should I ever be moved to compose a catchy tune about creams (because I’d have to write a love song about cream, obvs!), I would have to dedicate a verse to how cream eyeshadow and blush look on skin — like you’re wearing makeup, but not the heavy, powdery obvious kind. (The second verse would be dedicated to blending with your fingers, and the chorus would be all about how much creams love dry skin.)

Anyway, that’s my plan and I’m stickin’ to it.

A few items of note about this particular no-makeup makeup look…

  • Here’s a way to add more dimension with your cream blush. I’m wearing two blushes on my cheeks — a sheer layer of orange all over my cheeks, with a pop of pink on the apples — to create a gradient. I diffused the edges of the pink into the orange by laying the flat side of a foundation brush against my skin and using short strokes. Try this technique sometime using two of your favorite cream blushes (one lighter, one darker) for natural-looking blush with dimension.
  • The MAC Pro Face Palettes rock. For a low-key look, I’m wearing sheer layers of the Bright Blush Palette on my cheeks and the Contour Palette on my lids (worn as eyeshadow and layered on top of a light wash of MAC Teddy). And if you want more dramatic glam, you can still easily get there by layering the creams for amplified pigment. SO flexible and blend beautifully, too. If you’re a fan of the MAC Cream Colour Bases, you’ll love these.
  • About that glossy lip. It’s a tinted lip oil — Hourglass Cameo — and it’s a gorgeous warm rose (but it’s redonk expensive at $49!). It’s next level when it comes to moisturizing dry lips, which is mainly why I wear it (mine have been annoyingly dry lately), but I also adore its “your lips but better” effect.
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    Makeup worn in this look:

    Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

    Karen

    P.S. Happy Good Friday, and TGIF! 💜



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