Tutorial: Raspberry Lids

 

The products used to create this look are:

 

Face

  • MAC Studio Sculpt & Shape Foundation – NC30
  • Make Up For Ever HD Powder
  • MAC Sculpting Powder – Sculpt (PRO)

 

Eyes

  • Shiseido The Makeup Eyebrow Pencil – 2 Deep Brown
  • MAC Eye Shadow – Brule, Rule, Soft Brown, Saddle
  • Make Up For Ever Eye Shadow – 26, 52
  • Cover Girl Lash Blast Mascara – Very Black
  • MAC Kohl Power Eye Pencil – Feline (LE)

 

Lips

  • MAC Lipstick – Blankety, Creme Cup

Pictures of the final look:

Raspberry Lids

Raspberry Lids

Raspberry Lids

Glossy Kissez,

DrBrooklyn730

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6 thoughts on “Tutorial: Raspberry Lids

  1. Two questions:

    What MAC colors could I use instead of MUFE?

    What is the difference between Feline and the others black eyeliner from MAC?

    Thanks in advance

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    • I don’t know of any mac dupes for the mufe colors I used. Feline is discontinued. It is a lot darker than the other black eye liners from mac. It is also extremely creamy.

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  2. How do you get your skin to look so smooth after setting your foundation with a powder? I don’t usually wear foundation, just powder and my face will look really powdery and not smooth at all. Would foundation help it look more smooth?

    My bad I posted this question in the wrong section before…

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    • If you wear powder foundation you’re going to look like you have powder on. Foundation can help it look smoother and look more natural. I use Make Up For Ever HD Powder, it is an invisible setting powder, which is why you can’t tell I have any powder on my face.

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