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The Death Cure Makeup Look

Last month, I did this thing with BookBed together with Elaine and Juvy.

If you love books and makeup, you might enjoy BookBed’s FaceBookIt series where you’ll see looks inspired by book covers.

Death Cure

I did a look based on Death Cure, the third book in the Maze Runner series.

Feast on my limited eye makeup skills:

Death Cure Makeup Look

I placed the colors on my lower lid because you won’t be able to see any eyeshadow if I did it the ‘proper’ way. I wish I had already gone to Liz’s makeup workshop before I did the collab. I could’ve done a much better job (or not!). Don’t worry BookBed, I’m practicing :D

Check out the looks that Elaine and Juvy did, here: FaceBookIt: Makeup Inspired by James Dashner’s Maze Runner Series.

If you have book recommendations, either to do a look on or to read (or both), let me know.

Stuff on my face:
NARS Sheer Glow Stromboli
NARS Radiant Cream Concealer in Ginger
Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Powder in Candlelight
Lipstick Queen Oxymoron in Honest Politician
NARS Audacious in Barbara
Sephora Makeup Academy Palette 2013

11 Comment

  1. I laughed out loud at the caption ‘Feast on my limited eye makeup skills’ because I can relate! I keep telling beauty companies not to send me makeup anymore since I’m too chicken to blog about them, I feel I look stupid.

  2. I like the color on the lashline look! I tend to go top heavy with my eye makeup because my eyes turn down at the corners and look sad sometimes, especially when I don’t cover my dark circles. This look makes your eyes look so big. :)

  3. I was going to do a blue smokey eye but that seemed predictable considering the blue-and-black color scheme.

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