Friday, April 21, 2017

Review: Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette! (Swatches + Looks!)

Cutesy and Smells Amazing!

Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
Too Faced always gets me with their packaging!! Please tell me I'm not alone, haha. I love their Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette... it's actually packed and ready to come with me on my trip to the Dominican Republic. I researched swatches of this palette before purchasing and the yellow-mustard shade called Honey Buns spoke to me! I'm a warm shadow lover but I didn't want a palette that was too similar to something I already own. Overall I feel like the looks I get and some of the shades are different enough to justify getting it! It retails for $36 and it's limited edition so if you want it go get it! :-)
Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
I love their smaller tin palettes! They are so convenient when traveling and they get more creative with these. It goes without saying that the packaging is simply adorable!
Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
There's nine shades total, Peanut Butter is in their Peanut Butter and Jelly but that's OK, I really love the shade. There's only one true metallic shade which is Going Nuts on the top right corner. The rest are matte or matte based with shimmers. I would've loved some more metallics shades, at least a lighter one for a lid shade.
Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
Here are the swatches! They all feel super creamy and buttery! The formula is great and they blend so well.
Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
Here is an all matte look I created using Peanut Butter and Honey Buns in the crease and Honey Brittle as my lid shade. I added another Too Faced product as my inner corner highlight that I should be reviewing soon so stay tuned! ;-) I love this look, it made my eyes look brighter and Honey Buns looks awesome in the crease!
Too Faced Peanut Butter and Honey Palette
Here's another look I created using Peanut Butter and Bee's Knees in the crease and Going Nuts as my lid shade for a more smokey look. Loved this look too! It was simple to create and the application was easy.

Bottom line: I'm really happy with this palette! It would've been a holy grail palette for me if it included one or two more metallic shades but other than that it's really good. If you love warm shades like I do but want something a little different this is a great option! :-)

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Review: bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette! (Swatches!)

Shine Bright on a Budget!

bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette
Welcome back! Today I'm super excited to share my thoughts on the NEW bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette! It retails for $16.99 but bh Cosmetics is notorious for crazy good deals and sales so you can potentially get it for less. It comes with 6 gorgeous shades that are suitable for most skintones. I've had it for a little while now and I am in love! :-)
bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette
The pans are very large and they come encased in a compact palette with a mirror. Something to point out is that the palette has a somewhat strong chemical smell. I think it's packaging related though. The texture on these highlights is very creamy, kinda like a super pigmented metallic shadow. Dimethicone is the fourth ingredient on the list which adds the "smooth" texture and application to the highlights. It goes on the skin beautifully and a little goes a long way, specially if you wet your brush before applying. 
bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette
Here are the swatches! My favorite shade is the last one, Vivid. It's a beautiful light pink highlight with high shine and intensity! It looks almost wet on the skin! The shade selection includes every highlight tone you would ever need. I mean... it wont stop me from getting others haha but it's so convenient to have them all in one palette!
bh Cosmetics Spotlight Highlight Palette
The picture on the left was taken with flash and the one on the right is in natural light. I love how the white-gold shade looks in the inner corner.

Bottom line: I'm really impressed with this palette. Typically, higher end highlight palettes are about $40 or more and this one retails for less than half of that. The formula is lovely, very buildable so if you're looking for a blinding highlight you can definetely get that look with it! I plan on taking it on my trip to the Dominican Republic because it has everything I need to get the glow I want! :-)

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Dupe Alert: Affordable Dupe of the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette!

Is it a Dupe?

Affordable Dupe of the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette
Today I have a dupe to share with you! :-)
I was on the Ulta website looking through the new stuff and came across the Ulta Matte Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette and instantly thought "this looks familiar!" haha. I searched through my collection and compared it to the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette and found that most colors were super alike! The Ulta palette is only $20 while the Urban Decay palette is $54 so you can pretty much get the same looks for a lot less!
Affordable Dupe of the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette
Here's a look at both palettes! They each have 12 matte shades and they both come with a brush (I cropped the UD picture a little too much, sorry! haha)
Affordable Dupe of the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette
Here are the swatches of the Ulta Matte Neutrals Palette! 
Affordable Dupe of the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette
Annnd here we have the dupes! Some of the colors are super similar and some are just in the same color family but on the eye you won't notice a huge difference. In the comparison swatches Urban Decay is on the left and Ulta is on the right. Pretty close huh?

As far as the formula goes Ulta shadows are powdery and have lots of kick up but on the eye they perform great! $54 vs $20 not to mention you can use the Ulta $3.50 off of $15 coupon making it even cheaper! Urban Decay can get expensive and if you're only interested in the shadows (and can skip the pretty packaging) the Ulta palette is for you! Hope this post was helpful, leave me your thoughts below! :-)

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

OOTD: Hello Spring! (Featuring Justfab!)

Warmer Weather = :-)

Spring is here! I'm so excited to start wearing less layers & bright colors! It's been pretty warm during the day and a little chilly at night so cut out booties are a must right now. I'm pretty obsessed with the "Kadence" style at the moment! They are so easy to throw on and go and they look amazing with anything. I love the Cognac color, perfect for spring and a nice change from all the black booties I own haha. The cut out detail is gorgeous and helps prevents your feet from getting sweaty. If comfort is what you're looking for these booties are the ones to get! :-)

What I Wore:
Top- Kohl's (can't find it online, on clearance in-store!)
Jeans- AE
Booties- Justfab

I love JustFab and can't begin to tell you how many awesome sales I've taken advantage of! The prices are great and the quality even better! 
If you're looking to join JustFab here's my referral link: and if you have any questions about the site let me know!

Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for more OOTD's! :-)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Cranberry-Mauve Look using NEW Drugstore Makeup! (+ Mini Reviews!)

New at the Drugstore!

Cranberry-Mauve Look using NEW Drugstore Makeup
Hi everyone! I'm back with a bunch of new drugstore products and some mini reviews! I tried out all the products you see above and I'm super excited to share my thoughts. In the midst of trying them I came up with this cranberry-mauve look and I really like how it turned out. Without delay lets get into the mini reviews, shall we? :-)

Maybelline Dream Cushion Fresh Face Liquid Foundation
*Maybelline Dream Cushion Fresh Face Liquid Foundation in 30 Warm Nude($16)- I really like this foundation! I completely agree with the "fresh face" claim, it's luminous but not too much. I personally prefer matte foundations but now that Spring is coming along and the weather is warming up it tends to be too heavy for me. This is perfect because it's lightweight but still provides great coverage leaving your skin looking youthful! It does come with a sponge applicator which I didn't end up liking, I felt like it made the foundation sit on my face and didn't blend it in. I use my Beauty Blender instead and it gets the job done beautifully.

New at the drugstore
*CoverGirl Outlast All Day Soft Touch Concealer in 830 light/medium($12)-  This concealer is great for everyday but not my favorite for a full face of makeup. CoverGirl claims that this concealer instantly erases your dark circles which I disagree with. I end up having to layer this concealer because the coverage is pretty light. I don't mind lighter coverage for work or for running errands but for a full face of makeup I wouldn't reach for this one. I really like the sponge applicator, it's perfect for such a sensitive area so kudos to that!

*CoverGirl Outlast Matte Finishing Powder in 830 light to medium($13)- This is a great powder! I really love it for touch ups because it instantly makes my face matte and we all know I love a matte face haha. The foundation doesn't need to be set but out of habit I did it anyway (just my t-zone) and I loved it. I would highly stay away from using it alone as CoverGirl suggest because it made my skin feel so dry! But over foundation and for touch ups it was awesome.

*ULTA Matte Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette($20)- I purchased this palette on a great deal and it was totally worth it! The shadows are buttery, smooth and beautiful colors. They are powdery but they blend so well so I'm OK with that. After comparing it to another higher end all matte palette I found that they have very similar colors so stay tuned for a possible dupe post very soon! ;-)

*Maybelline Color Sensational Inti-Matte Nudes Lipstick in Brown Blush($8)- Maybelline makes my favorite drugstore lipsticks and this new collection good! The collection is the same formula as their creamy mattes, just warmer nudes that are made for different skintones. The lipstick is super comfy, pigmented and smooth and on top of that it's a mauve-brown... need I say anymore?! Definitely check out this collection if your a fan of Maybelline lipsticks!

Alright, that's all I have for you today! I hope these mini reviews were helpful and stay tuned for some more posts in the near future! :-)

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Review: Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette! (Swatches + Look!)

Drugstore Highlighting Palette!

Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette
I saw a few of my favorite influencers rave about the Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette so I went to my local Walmart to snag it up! I mean... when you spot a highlighting palette at the drugstore for only $13 you gotta get it, right? haha. For the price you get three highlighting shades and a brush, all in beautiful white and rose gold packaging...sold!
Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette
The formula is so silky! They actually remind me of the metallic/shimmer shadows in the Covergirl TruNaked Palettes, really smooth, thin feeling but lots of sheen. I love the different shades they included because they're suitable for most if not all skintones. They apply great dry but it you want to blind a friend or two definitely apply them wet! What I appreciate the most is how long they last! I've used this palette early in the morning and by the end of the day the highlight is still pretty noticeable.
Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette
Here are the swatches! I wanted to show you how they looked in natural light vs with flash. With flash you can tell the level of shine it has on the skin, so beautiful! I'm wearing a mix of the champagne shade + the golden one in the picture below. I love how it looks on the skin, it melts into your makeup instead of just awkwardly sitting on top.
Flower Beauty Shimmer & Strobe Highlighting Palette
Bottom line: I'm a huge fan of this palette! I like the variety in the shades and how you can mix and match them to create your perfect highlight. It's a perfect travel palette too! I'm really impressed with the formula and the price is amazing too. Check it out on your next Walmart trip! :-)

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Must Haves: Pixi + ItsJudyTime "ItsEyeTime" Palette! (Swatches + Looks!)

Perfect "Everyday" Colors!

Pixi + ItsJudyTime "ItsEyeTime" Palette
I've been a HUGE fan of Judy from ItsJudyTime for years so imagine how excited I was when this palette released! She had a palette with bh Cosmetics sometime ago but I skipped on it because of the color selection. When I saw her swatch this palette I could've sworn my heat skipped a beat, haha. These warmer shades are exactly what I gravitate towards so I ordered it immediately from the Pixi website... and I love it!

It's my first time trying Pixi shadows and I'm super impressed! The mattes blend so well and the metallics are nicely pigmented and vibrant. This palette retails for $24 which makes each shadow $2! That's a great deal for that large of a pan size! I love the packaging, simple but nice and sturdy. The names are so cute too! It does come with a detached mirror so you can decide where to stick it to but I decided to not use it. Lets get into the swatches:
Pixi + ItsJudyTime "ItsEyeTime" Palette
This palette has amazing transition colors! At first glance some may look similar but on the eyes they're different. They blend amazingly... can't stress that enough! I found it very easy to create both everyday looks and smokier looks like the ones below.
Pixi + ItsJudyTime "ItsEyeTime" Palette
If you love Judy and her family + warm shades are your jam this is a must have! I think the price point is great and the fact that you can walk into your local Target and get it is also amazing! The formula is beautiful and I appreciate how even though its a collab with a YouTuber it's not overpriced like other releases. Pick this up on your next Target run! :-)

Saturday, February 18, 2017

OOTD: Easy & Comfy! (Featuring Justfab!)

Comfy For Work!

It's February and I'm wearing a short sleeve T-Shirt?! I know! It's been in the 50's these past few days and I'm loving it. I wanted to give my taller boots a break and give my booties a turn. The "Arika" style is super cute and so comfortable. It has a textile print on the back of the bootie that adds a little something something. I thought they went perfectly with my simple "throw on and go" outfit, keeping it casual with some character! :-)

What I Wore:
Jeans- Target
Booties- Justfab

I love JustFab and can't begin to tell you how many awesome sales I've taken advantage of! The prices are great and the quality even better! 
If you're looking to join JustFab here's my referral link: and if you have any questions about the site let me know!

Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for more OOTD's! :-)

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Review: J.CAT Beauty Sunset Boulevard Eyeshadow Palette! (Swatches + Look!)

NEW Drugstore Palette!

J.CAT Beauty Sunset Boulevard Eyeshadow Palette
J.Cat Beauty... you had me at Sunset! haha. Today I'll be sharing my thoughts on the NEW J.Cat Beauty Sunset Boulevard Palette. I ordered mine from for $14.99 and it's only available online. This palette intrigued me for so many reasons, one being the color scheme, I mean it's beautiful! Another reason was the format of the palette. I love how there's two rows of mattes and two rows of shimmers just like the LORAC palettes. I've tried it out so lets get into the details!
J.CAT Beauty Sunset Boulevard Eyeshadow Palette
This was my first time trying J.Cat Beauty eyeshadows and I was pleasantly surprised! The matte shadows are so smooth and blend so well! I do think they could've exchanged some colors for others because some of them look very similar on the eyes (mattes and shimmers). The shimmer shades were very pigmented and almost creamy to the touch. They reminded me of the City Color Cosmetics Shimmer Shadows but a little chunkier. They crumbled up as soon as I put my brush into them but once they got on the eye they applied great. I love the metallic finish of the bottom two rows, so pretty!
J.CAT Beauty Sunset Boulevard Eyeshadow Palette
Here's a look I came up with using the palette. I wanted to do something different so I used the purples and I love how it came out! There was fall out but not too much. My main con with the palette is that there's not many light shades. There's no brow bone or inner corner highlight which is a bummer.

Bottom line: If you're a warm shadow lover this palette is for you! I love how it mimics a sunset just like the name but I will say that most colors are very similar. I owned the Morphe 35O palette and sold it because even though the colors were gorgeous, I didnt need 5 of the same shades! That's kinda the same feeling I'm getting with this palette. The plus side is there's only 24 shades vs 35 haha.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Swatches: NEW Milani Baked Blushes in Bella Bellini & Rosa Romantica!

NEW Milani Blushes!

Milani Baked Blushes in Bella Belllini & Rosa Romantica
While snooping through the Milani website I came across two NEW blush shades within their Baked Blush line! I was really excited because that line is one of my favorites from the drugstore. I wear Luminoso and Rose D'Oro all the time in the Spring & Summer! These retail for $8 each and are available on the Milani website, I haven't seen these in-store yet. The gold packaging gets me every single time... am I the only one? haha. 
Milani Baked Blushes in Bella Belllini & Rosa Romantica
The first shade is called Bella Bellini which is described as a rose gold. I'd say its more of a peachy pink base with a golden shift...gorgeous! I wore this one with a light-hand in the picture below. It's really glowy and pigmented! The second shade is Rosa Romantica which is described as a light pink. It is really light which will still work for me, on darker skin it would be a pretty pink highlight.
 Milani Baked Blushes in Bella Belllini & Rosa Romantica
Here are the swatches! These shades are really pretty! Milani, if you're reading this (haha) release more shades please.
Milani Baked Blushes in Bella Belllini & Rosa Romantica
Hope these swatches were helpful. If you're a Milani fan like me these are must haves. Stop by they're website, they have tons of new releases that look worth purchasing! :-)

Friday, January 20, 2017

Review: Wet n Wild Photofocus Foundation in Golden Beige!

NEW Wet n Wild Foundation!

Wet n Wild Photofocus Foundation in Golden Beige
I was so excited to find this foundation at my local Walgreens because it's only $5.99! The packaging is a really nice glass bottle, definetely feels more expensive than $5.99! There's a total of 20 shades on the Wet n Wild website which is amazing. They claim that this foundation is skin-perfecting and camera-ready with a matte finish. I wore it a few times and here are my thoughts!

I purchased the shade Golden Beige which was a perfect match. I used a beauty blender for application which gave me medium coverage. I love the spatula the foundation comes with! It makes application very easy. Now, here's my first con: this foundation has a strong paint like scent. It doesn't linger but it's noticeable when you're applying it.

I really like how this foundation looks for the first 3-4 hours. It looks amazing for that period of time (matte, skin like and super smooth) but after the 4 hour mark it starts to break down on me. During the Winter time my skin is pretty normal but this foundation made me get SO oily! At the end of the day, even after touching up, my face looked greasy.
Wet n Wild Photofocus Foundation in Golden Beige
I did wear a pore minimizing primer underneath, maybe I should try a mattifying one instead. I really wanted this to work because it looks really good at first. Wet n Wild claims that it looks great under different lighting... not too important to me but I will say it looks awesome on camera.

Bottom line: I would stay away if you have oily skin. My skin is pretty normal right now and it still made me oily. It wasn't longwearing which is a bummer. I will continue to wear it on days that I don't need it to last long. I do like the color selection and the price is budget friendly. It's up in the air for me but for $5.99 it may be worth a try for you! :-)

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Review: Wet n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks!

NEW Liquid Lipsticks!

Wet n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks
I took a break from liquid lipsticks for a bit but when Wet n Wild released their version I had to get a few! They released a new line called the Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks for only $4.99 each. The color section is amazing because they have tons of different shades from nudes to vampy shades. That's pretty impressive for the drugstore. I have five to share with you today, lets get started.
Wet n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks
Packaging is really simple but still very cute! It's very similar to the Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipsticks. The applicator is really nice, it has a dent in the center where the product gathers making it easier to apply. Here are the shades I have:
Wet n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks
*Rebel Rose
*Give Me Mocha
*Berry Recognize
*Video Vixen
*Goth Topic
Wet n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipsticks
The formula seems to be a hit or miss depending on the shade. Upon application these reminded me of the Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks because of the consistency. The formula is on the thinner side like Kat Von D's but... (BIG but) they are not as pigmented as those! Some colors went on patchy and needed a second layer. You can see what I mean in the pic above, Give Me Mocha went on a bit patchy but Rebel Rose went on great.

Bottom line: I give Wet n Wild two thumbs up for the color selection! Depending on the shade the formula can be patchy but if you don't mind layering these are great. They are comfortable and last pretty well. Try one out and see for yourself! :-)

Monday, January 9, 2017

Review: Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow!

Time to Glow!

Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow
Back to back highlighter reviews! Check out my previous post for my thoughts on the NEW E.L.F Shimmer Highlighting Powders by clicking here! Today I'll be sharing my thoughts on the NEW Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow. I ordered mine from the Milani website for $10 and there's a total of four shades to choose from. I love Milani products so I definitely needed to get my hands on this one! I decided to only order one to give it a shot and here are my thoughts! :-)
Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow
First off... the packaging is gorgeous! From the gold accents to the wavy print... it looks high-end! It reminds me of the Make Up For Ever Pro Light Fusion Highlighter design.
Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow
On the left it's swatched dry and on the right it's swatched wet. The top is in natural lighting and the bottom is taken with flash. Dayglow is a beautiful champagne shade with a golden undertone. The texture is really smooth, no glitters or shimmers just a beautiful sheen!
To apply I prefer to spritz my fan brush with setting spray and apply it wet for a more foiled look. But you can also wear it dry for a natural glow to the skin. I love this shade on my skintone! I love it so much that I also wear it as an eyeshadow and inner corner highlight, haha.
Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder in Dayglow
Bottom line: I love this shade and how it wears! It stays put for an entire work day without fading too much. I really like how multipurpose it is and how beautiful it looks as a shadow. It's buildable and doesn't sit oddly on the skin. Also, since it doesn't contain glitter/shimmer it doesn't emphasize texture. You really look like you have a healthy glow... who doesn't want that? ;-)

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Review: E.L.F Shimmer Highlighting Powders!

Never Enough Highlight!

E.L.F Shimmer Highlighting Powders

While scrolling through the what's new section on the E.L.F site I noticed a brand new highlighting product and immediately placed my order! These are called the Shimmer Highlighting Powders and retail for only $6. E.L.F claims that these will give a luminous glow to the skin while also creating a soft focus effect. Are those claims true? Let's get into those details! :-)

I first ordered the middle shade in Sunset Glow not knowing what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised! After trying that one I needed the others, haha.

*The formula is buildable
*I find spraying your brush with a setting spray works best when applying them
*They look stunning on the skin when worn wet, not so much when dry
*They make great eyeshadows too!

If I had to compare the texture to another highlighter I would say it's very similar to the LORAC Illuminating Highlighters but the E.L.F ones have shimmers. If you apply them dry chances are you'll end up with shimmers everywhere so definetely wet your brush first.
E.L.F Shimmer Highlighting Powders
Here are the swatches. They don't look like much when swatched dry but trust me when I say they look stunning when applied wet! You can see in the pic below that it's noticeable but not too intense.
E.L.F Shimmer Highlighting Powders
Bottom line: I really like these! It's a buildable product and the color selection is suitable for most skintones. The price is also amazing! Their baked highlighters were a miss for me because I couldn't get them to show up so if you had the same issue these are worth a try! :-)

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Review: L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover Foundation & Blend Artist Foundation Blender!

NEW From L'Oreal!

L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover Foundation
My favorite time of year is here!! New makeup is starting to appear at the drugstores and I couldn't be more excited! It's always fun to try something new and today I have two mini reviews to share with you.

The L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover Foundation instantly intrigued me when I saw it at Walmart. It was about $10-$12 which is pricey for the drugstore but the claims made me bite the bullet. It claims to provide full coverage with a lightweight formula and natural finish. I've worn it a few times now and can completely agree with it being full coverage and lightweight! It covers everything yet it feels like nothing on the skin which is amazing! It dries beautifully and I didn't have to set it with powder which is a first for me. My main con is the packaging... it's so hard to pick your shade! The color 303 Nude Beige ended up being too neutral for me, just made me look lifeless.

L'Oreal Blend Artist Foundation Blender

Now, the L'Oreal Infallible Blend Artist Foundation Blender is something you need! I wasn't expecting much from the sponge but I was so blown away! The shape is awesome, I love the pointy end for concealer and the rounded bottom for foundation. The dent in the center helps with gripping it which is pretty cool. It gets pretty large when damp and I love that because it covers more surface. I've used it with multiple foundations and haven't been disappointed. For $7.99 it's the best at the drugstore in my opinion! (Sorry Real Techniques!)

Bottom line: If you can find a color match I would recommend the foundation because it looks really nice on the skin. The fact that you don't have to set it with powder is a plus and it feels really lightweight. The foundation blender sponge is hands down a must have. I really enjoy using it and how well it blends my makeup! It's affordable and the design is super convenient... you need it! :-)

Monday, January 2, 2017

New Years Eve Makeup Look! (Using the Anastasia Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette!)

Hello 2017!

New Years Eve Makeup Look
Happy New Year!! I'm welcoming 2017 with open arms! :-) Today I wanted to share the eyelook I wore on New Years Eve. I used the Anastasia Modern Renaissance Palette which has been a favorite ever since I got my hands on it. I placed a tiny heart over the shades I used for my look. If you own similar warm shades like the Morphe 35O or even the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette you can achieve a similar look!
New Years Eve Makeup Look

Here's an overlook of the rest of my makeup! I originally wanted to wear a silver-smokey eye... but I just couldn't stay away from the warmer shades. It's an obsession I'm carrying over to this new year! ;-) Hope you enjoyed the look! If you have questions leave me a comment down below! :-)