Get Glam!

 Ola !
Christmas and New Year over, I am back to work, and loving it. The last time I had worked with a model was just before Christmas, so as you can imagine, I was itching to play with my make-up kit again. 
I thought I would show you today this “glamour” make-up look that I created on the lovely model Lucy-Anne from Mode London. Lucy and I work together quite regularly as my boyfriend runs her website, she really is a pleasure to work with and has the most beautiful eyes. 
This is a look you can use/adapt for a night out! I hope you like it! 
Rehydrating Rose Daily Moisture – 
a fab moisturiser for NORMAL skin
 Illamasqua Satin Primer
 M.A.C Face & Body foundation
 Bourjois Healthy Mix concealer
Illamasqua Translucent Setting Powder
I wanted to create a dewy, brightening base for Lucy, so only used precision powder across her forehead, around the t-zone and under her eyes.

Illamasqua Eyebrow Cake in Thunder
Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion in Original
KIKO Cosmetics Colour Sphere Eyeshadow in shade 3 Gold Beige Special FX
This was applied all over the lid with a flat dense brush, and then blended out.  I also applied this to the lower lash line in the inner corners.
   Going for Gold – MUA Cosmetics Eyeshadow palette – Shade 9
This is a gorgeous bronzey shade, you can see I applied this to the outer lid and buffer outwards above the crease. I used a little on the lower lash line in the centre.
Heaven & Earth – MUA Cosmetics Eyeshadow Palette
I used the darkest brown shade in this palette, not sure what number or name as the palette does not say. I used this to further define the outer corner. I also took this along the lower lash line – just to the centre. 
Maybelline Drama Gel Eye liner in Black
Kiko Cosmetics Ultra Tech Curve Mascara in Black
Lucy was wearing lash extensions so there was no need for false eyelashes!


Illamasqua Cream Blusher in Zygomatic

Kiko Cosmetics Matte Bronzer


M.A.C. Cosmetics Lip liner in Spice 

M.A.C Cosmetics Pro Longwear Lip Glass in Show me!

For the hair I used my trusty Tigi Bedhead Curling Wand on the highest temperature and took small sections to create these waves. I used a Tangle Teezer to soften them a little and applied hairspray to hold.
Da daaaaa. That is all I used!

See you soon,