Mauve/Brown Makeup Look

Happy Sunday!

I haven’t been playing with eyeshadows much lately because the weather out here is so hot, there is no point on putting anything on my lids. But, today I was relaxing and wanted to add some color to my life, so I decided to purchase the Revolution: Constellation palette from Ulta. I paid $15 for it, which is not bad for 18 shadows and the packaging.

Honestly, the packaging called out to my soul. I LOVE anything galaxy and star themed. It’s so gorgeous and it’s lightweight. It’s basically a tin, and it’s the perfect size for travelling.

Look at all these gorgeous colors! They really gave a nice variety of shades, lots of fun colors to play with. Today I focused on three colors, just wanted to keep it nice and simple.

I applied the color Asteroid all over my lids and crease. I just used that as a base. Then, I applied Retrograde all over my lids. By the way, this color is my absolute favorite so far! It’s a dark, matte, mauve color. So pretty. It was very easy to build up! I finished off with adding Universal, a chocolaty brown to my outer-v, to add some depth. All the shadows I used in this look were all matte. There are shimmer eyeshadows in there, I just wasn’t feel sparkly today. Matte is my friend. But I did add a touch of Celestial to my inner corners for some brightness. Super pretty!

For my lips, I used the NYX Lingerie: Teddy for a dark, nude look. I really like how it goes with the eyes!

Follow me on Instagram @amandasushma! What do you guys think? Have you tried this palette?

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