If you follow me on Instagram, then you will have already seen me post a couple of different pictures of this look with details on what I used. I like to put the full size images on my blog though and put all the pictures and details into one post so for those that don't follow me on Instagram or don't have it, you won't miss out! I decided to create a drugstore eyeshadow look to show you guys that you don't need an expensive high end eyeshadow palette to create pretty eye makeup. It was also an excuse to use my eyeshadow palette from Makeup Revolution that I never really use, but I should use more often, as it's so versatile and has such pretty shades in! So for more selfies of this makeup look along with all the deets, keep reading. I'll also include what products are on my face for those that are interested, because I've been asked quite a few times what lipstick etc I'm wearing in this look :)
For my base I'm wearing my Rimmel Stay Matte Primer & my Loreal True Match Foundation in the shade Ivory. To hide redness, blemishes & dark under eye circles, I used my Soap & Glory Kick Ass Concealer.
On my brows is Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Dark Brown and on my cheeks I have used my Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow.
On my lips is the Loreal Couture Lipliner in Beige followed by my Mac lipstick in Shy Girl.
And finally, on my eyes I have used the Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette in Beyond Flawless. (Which is only £8! So good)
So for the shades in this, I used "Flawless" for my brow bone & inner corner highlight, "Tawny" in the crease and "Sepia" all over the lid. Super easy look to create with just three eyeshadows in this beautiful palette.
I'm also wearing Barry M's Liquid Eyeliner as always, which is only £5 and is amazing and also lasts months and months. I also have on some Red Cherry Lashes in 747S.
So excluding three little products, this entire look is almost all drugstore only, and I absolutely love it! I'm definitely going to pick up another one or two Makeup Revolution palettes as they are so pigmented and you get so many for such a little price! Have you guys tried any eyeshadow palettes from them yet? :)