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Red Lids Mauve Lips: MAC Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment Tutorial
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I didn’t want to do the typical look using the new MAC Vera products I got, so since it’s been quite a while since I did any red eyeshadow, I decided it was the best chance to showcase Moon Rose pigment (cool-toned burgundy red with a soft fuchsia sheen).
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Step 1: Apply MAC Shale or any smoky plum/brown to both corners of the eye, and run along the socket as in an arc as well.
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Step 2: Spray a flat brush with Fix+ to dampen, and then pack on a rich fuchsia-red pigment like MAC  Moon Rose from the Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment stack.
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Step 3: Reapply the plum shade along the socket line.
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Step 4: Dust a pale champagne/ash shimmer along the inner corners. I used  Star Crystal pigment from the same Crushed Metallic Pigment stack, but you can use any pale beige or champagne.
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Step 5: Finish with a plum liner along the upper lash line and water line (Rimmel Exaggerate Pencil in 220 Perfect Plum), and then apply mascara.
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Step 6: After applying a soft pink blush, I applied a matte pale mauve on the lips (Revlon Matte Lipstick in Pink Pout) and then pressed on a light layer of a sparkly, glittery mauve pigment (MAC Strawberry Patch pigment).
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Red Lids Mauve Lips: MAC Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment Tutorial
—-
I didn’t want to do the typical look using the new MAC Vera products I got, so since it’s been quite a while since I did any red eyeshadow, I decided it was the best chance to showcase Moon Rose pigment (cool-toned burgundy red with a soft fuchsia sheen).
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Step 1: Apply MAC Shale or any smoky plum/brown to both corners of the eye, and run along the socket as in an arc as well.
—-

Step 2: Spray a flat brush with Fix+ to dampen, and then pack on a rich fuchsia-red pigment like MAC  Moon Rose from the Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment stack.
—-

Step 3: Reapply the plum shade along the socket line.
—-

Step 4: Dust a pale champagne/ash shimmer along the inner corners. I used  Star Crystal pigment from the same Crushed Metallic Pigment stack, but you can use any pale beige or champagne.
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Step 5: Finish with a plum liner along the upper lash line and water line (Rimmel Exaggerate Pencil in 220 Perfect Plum), and then apply mascara.
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Step 6: After applying a soft pink blush, I applied a matte pale mauve on the lips (Revlon Matte Lipstick in Pink Pout) and then pressed on a light layer of a sparkly, glittery mauve pigment (MAC Strawberry Patch pigment).
Zoom Info
makeupbox:

Red Lids Mauve Lips: MAC Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment Tutorial
—-
I didn’t want to do the typical look using the new MAC Vera products I got, so since it’s been quite a while since I did any red eyeshadow, I decided it was the best chance to showcase Moon Rose pigment (cool-toned burgundy red with a soft fuchsia sheen).
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Step 1: Apply MAC Shale or any smoky plum/brown to both corners of the eye, and run along the socket as in an arc as well.
—-

Step 2: Spray a flat brush with Fix+ to dampen, and then pack on a rich fuchsia-red pigment like MAC  Moon Rose from the Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment stack.
—-

Step 3: Reapply the plum shade along the socket line.
—-

Step 4: Dust a pale champagne/ash shimmer along the inner corners. I used  Star Crystal pigment from the same Crushed Metallic Pigment stack, but you can use any pale beige or champagne.
—-

Step 5: Finish with a plum liner along the upper lash line and water line (Rimmel Exaggerate Pencil in 220 Perfect Plum), and then apply mascara.
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Step 6: After applying a soft pink blush, I applied a matte pale mauve on the lips (Revlon Matte Lipstick in Pink Pout) and then pressed on a light layer of a sparkly, glittery mauve pigment (MAC Strawberry Patch pigment).
Zoom Info

makeupbox:

Red Lids Mauve Lips: MAC Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment Tutorial

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I didn’t want to do the typical look using the new MAC Vera products I got, so since it’s been quite a while since I did any red eyeshadow, I decided it was the best chance to showcase Moon Rose pigment (cool-toned burgundy red with a soft fuchsia sheen).

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Step 1: Apply MAC Shale or any smoky plum/brown to both corners of the eye, and run along the socket as in an arc as well.

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Step 2: Spray a flat brush with Fix+ to dampen, and then pack on a rich fuchsia-red pigment like MAC Moon Rose from the Strawberry Patch Crushed Metallic Pigment stack.

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Step 3: Reapply the plum shade along the socket line.

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Step 4: Dust a pale champagne/ash shimmer along the inner corners. I used Star Crystal pigment from the same Crushed Metallic Pigment stack, but you can use any pale beige or champagne.

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image

Step 5: Finish with a plum liner along the upper lash line and water line (Rimmel Exaggerate Pencil in 220 Perfect Plum), and then apply mascara.

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Step 6: After applying a soft pink blush, I applied a matte pale mauve on the lips (Revlon Matte Lipstick in Pink Pout) and then pressed on a light layer of a sparkly, glittery mauve pigment (MAC Strawberry Patch pigment).

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