Get The Look: Beauty Killer

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Get The Look Beauty Killer

If you follow me on Instagram you will know I am obsessed with Jeffree Star's 'Beauty Killer' Eyeshadow Palette and Velour Liquid Lipsticks! So this look has been created using some of my favourite shades from this must-have palette and the new Velour Liquid Lipstick in 'Rose Matter'.

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Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Get The Look Beauty Killer

Hydrate the skin using Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist and then apply it Cosmetics 'Feel The Moment' Primer Serum to the entire face to create a smooth base and to reduce any visible pores. Prep the lips using the Jeffree Star Velour Lip Scrub (my fave flavour is Mojito) and lip balm to make them soft and smooth.

For a glow from within apply the Becca Backlight Priming Perfector to the face and blend out with a damp Beautyblender. Then dot Urban Decay Naked Foundation onto the face and blend with a damp Beautyblender

Conceal and brighten under the eyes using the it Cosmetics 'Eyelift In A Tube', starting with 'Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer' to get rid of any dark circles and then follow with 'Hello Light Liquid Brightener' to brighten under the eyes and the high points of the face (down the bridge of the nose, centre of the chin and forehead) blending both using a damp Beautyblender

Once done, set the eyes and face using the Laura Mercier Loose Translucent Setting Powder.

Contour and add warmth to the face with the Benefit Cosmetics 'Hoola' Bronzer and add some subtle colour to the apples of the cheeks using NARS 'Lustre' Blush.

Using a fan brush highlight the tops of the cheekbones, cupids bow and brow bone with 'Bubbly' mixed with 'Dripping In Gold' from the Anastasia Beverly Hills 'That Glow' Glow Kit.

Shape and feather the brows using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in 'Medium Brown' and with an angle brush fill in using the taupe shadow 'Saddle' from the Bobbi Brown Brow Kit. Lightly apply Anastasia Beverly Hills Clear Brow Gel to hold any natural brow hairs in place.

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Get The Look Beauty Killer

For my eyes I used shades from the Jeffree Star 'Beauty Killer' Eyeshadow Palette (I will list the shadow names below) but feel free to use your favourite eyeshadows to create this look.

Apply a neutral matte nude shade (I used 'China White') to the eyelids to create a smooth base.

With a fluffy blending brush apply a blush pink matte shadow into the crease (I used 'Courtney'). Go back and forth in a fast, light handed motion to blend and create a transition shade.

Once done, pick up a black shadow (I used 'Black Rainbow') and apply it to the outer corner of the mobile lid to add some depth. Then with a clean fluffy brush lightly blend to fuse the shades on the lid together and soften any harsh lines.

Then from the centre of the mobile lid to the inner corner use a flat brush to pack on a shimmery burgundy/wine shadow (I used 'Confession').

For the lower lash line, apply the same shimmery burgundy/wine shadow to the outer corner bringing it in towards the centre using a pencil brush. Then from the centre of the lower lash line to the inner corner, apply the same blush pink matte shadow. Then lightly blend over the top of both shades with a fluffy brush to smoke it out.

Line the upper lash line with Sephora Liquid Liner and coat the lashes with the it Cosmetics 'Hello Lashes' 5-in-1 Mascara before applying false lashes to add some lash drama! Then apply a second coat of mascara to fuse the false lashes with your natural lashes. To define the lash line and hide the lash band, sweep the Sephora Liquid Liner over the top lash line.

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Get The Look Beauty Killer

At the start of this makeup look we prepped the lips using a lip scrub and balm so your lips should now be soft and smooth and ready for liquid lipstick!

For this look I used the Rimmel London Moisture Renew Invisible Lip Liner followed by the Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in 'Rose Matter' for a pretty pink pout!


*This post is completely unsponsored and all opinions expressed are honest and my own.