Adriana Lima Met Gala 2015 Inspired Vampy Look

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Helllooo My Lovelies!

I know it’s a bit late but as promised here I am with a Adriana Lima Inspired Look from the Met Gala this year. I’ve been sick and then I was in Melbourne and I’m still feeling a bit under the weather but things need to be done! I really enjoyed doing this look and even tried to do a faux bang but failed miserably LOL !

INSPO PIC:

Adriana Lima Instagram

Adriana Lima Instagram

Oh she’s so stunning I can’t even! Obviously our shapes are different. You can barely see her eyelids from the photos but I looked through as many photos I could and got a general idea.

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EYES

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Just a side note: My only regret is I think the highlight looks a bit too silvery/greyish…It wasn’t like that face to face and when I was doing the makeup but maybe I’ll choose a different shade for the highlight if I had to do it again.

~Start off with a grey base all over the lid – Maybelline Color Tattoo in Tough as Taupe

~Go all over the lid with a grey color – Lorac Stone

~Take that grey to the crease and blend – I added Lorac Lilac with Lorac Stone

~ Then apply a light/white matte shade to the brow bone just to keep in check that you are not taking the grey too high up – Lorac Vanilla

~Add a smokey grey tone with a satin or shimmery finish on the lid – I mixed MAC Satin Taupe and Makeup Geek Moonstone

~Don’t forget to blend everything together at the crease with clean brush or with a little bit of the crease color

~Now comes the fun part with the black eyeshadow – firstly with kohl pencil make a wing starting halfway the lash line

~With a smudger brush, start smudging that wing liner until it has a blurred effect

~Then with a crease brush (MAC 217/ Zoeva 227/ Sigma E25) take some black eyeshadow – Makeup Geek Corrupt – make sure you dust it off so that there is no excess product – and start going over that lining blending upward towards the outer crease and outer edge – go slowly and take as little product as possible at a time and build the black

~ Blend it with the lid and crease colors – you can go and add more of the greys if it helps you to blend

~Go with the black kohl pencil on the bottom lash line (NOT THE WATERLINE) and line halfway – leave a space on the inner third part

~With a pencil brush and black eyeshadow, smudge that liner and smoke it out

~Smoke it out farther down with a grey eyeshadow and a crease brush so there are no harsh lines

~On the inner corner, go with a shimmery champagne/pearl highlight – take it upward to the inner lid and on the inner third of the lower lash line

~Apply a little bit of that shimmery highlight shade on the brow bone as well

~Apply a nude or white eyeliner on the water line

~Curl your lashes, apply mascara on top and bottom and lashes and apply falsier! I used Social Eyes Vamp Lashes but to be honest I should’ve gone with the style Delight instead 😦

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FACE

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~Benefit Porefessional Primer

~Nars All Day Luminous Foundation (Barcelona) + Nars Sheer Glow (Punjab)

~Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer – Neutral Medium

~MAC Prep and Prime Highlighter Light Boost

CHEEKS

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~Givenchy Le Prisme Visage Mat Powder as a Bronzer (MY CURRENT HG) – Amber Organza

~Australis AC on Tour Contour Kit – Banana shade for under eyes and 1st and 2nd contour shades for contour

~Makeup Geek Blush – Infatuation

~MAC Mineralize Skin Finish – Soft and Gentle as a highlight

LIPS

photos taken from Temptalia and Shesaidbeauty

photos taken from Temptalia and Shesaidbeauty

~LIP COMBO : MAC Diva and Colourpop Cosmetics Bichette

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AND HERE’S SORRY ATTEMPT AT A FAUX BANG

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Hope you lovelies liked this look! See ya next time! XOXO

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