Looks: The Berry Collection

Hello everyone,

last Wednesday, I reviewed the Sleek Makeup The Berry Collection and today I thought I’d show you a look I did with it. The kohl is not that easy to pull off but I love the other two products. The blush would suit most skintones and the lipstick is great for those who love vampy, bold lip shades. What do you think?

Products used:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Sleek Makeup I-Divine Oh So Special Eyeshadow Palette
Sleek Makeup Kohl Pencil in Mossberry
Chanel Inimitable Intense Mascara
Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint SPF15
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer
Sleek Makeup Blush in Fenberry
Sleek Makeup True Color Lipstick in Cranberry

Directions:
– Apply an eyeshadow primer to your eyes (I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance) to help makeup stay put all day.
– Apply a shimmering bronzy brown shade (I used Gift Basket in the Sleek Makeup Oh So Special palette) on the lid.
– Sweep a matte dark brown shade (I used Boxed in the Sleek Makeup Oh So Special palette) on the crease and the lower lashline. Blend.
– Apply a matte cream shade (I used Bow in the Sleek Makeup Oh Sp Special palette) on the browbone.
– Line your upper lashline with a burgundy shade (I used Sleek Makeup Kohl Pencil in Mossberry) and apply mascara.
– Apply foundation or tinted moisturizer to even out the skintone (I used Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint in Bare) and follow with concealer (I used Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer) where needed (I used it to hide dark circles).
– Apply a matte rosy red with brown undertones blush (I used Sleek Makeup Blush in Fenberry) on your cheekbones.
– Apply a matte berry lipstick (I used Sleek Makeup True Color Lipstick in Cranberry) on your lips.

14 Comment

    • Vonvon, I think the khol pencil will be the dealbreaker for a lot of people as the shade, although beautiful, is really hard to pull off. But since the holidays are approaching, maybe it could be used as a stocking stuffer for a loved one?

      And I hope Santa listens and will bring you the set. :)

    • Trisha, I know what you mean. But I think that makes the products more easily wearable and, if you want something bolder, you can always apply another layer. :)

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