Be the Center of Attention with Kamamak Cosmetics

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FOR A SHIMMER LOOK:

EYES: Blend ‘Oiwisto’ eyeshadow (very shimmery gunmetal) up starting from the lash line. Apply ‘Birch Bark Biting’ eyeshadow (matte pale bone) all over eyelid. BLUSH: Brush ‘Sesi’ blush (matte baby pink) on the apples of cheeks. LIPS: Finish with ‘Fresh Berries’ lip tint.

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POP OF COLOR:

EYES: Apply ‘Turtle Island’ eyeshadow (high shimmer bright green) to the inner corner of eyelids. Blend out to the middle of eyelids. Blend ‘Ballet’ eyeshadow (matte peach) to the outer corners. Brush ‘Tipi’ eyeshadow (pearl warm brown) into the crease. Brush ‘White Gold’ eyeshadow (golden white shimmer) to the inner corners. BLUSH: Brush ‘Kiss of Peach’ blush (matte peach) to the apples of cheeks. LIPS: Finish with ‘Romance’ lip color (peach/pink nude).

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EYES: Apply ‘Birch Bark Biting’ eyeshadow (matte pale bone) all over lids. Apply ‘Dawn’ eyeshadow (shimmer baby pink) to inner corners, and blend outward. Apply ‘Kulilu’ eyeshadow (shimmery pink-purple) to the middle of eyelids, and blend ‘Cree-ative’ eyeshadow (matte blue-purple) to the outer corners. BLUSH: Brush ‘Playful’ blush (peachy pink matte) to apples of cheeks. LIPS: Finish with ‘Glam’ lip color.

EXPERT TIP:

When creating bold eye looks and experimenting with heavily pigmented shades, focus on your face makeup last, that way you can clean up any fallen shadow.

 

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Kelly Holmes

Kelly Holmes

Kelly Holmes is the founder and editor-in-chief of Native Max.

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