A new segment I’m trying out where in I show my morning make up routine for various days and chat about what I’m doing that day. Not really a tutorial, more of a random girly chat while we get ready together in the bathroom 😉

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Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

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I think this is my all time favorite eye make up look.
Though that changes all the time so I’ll probably say something different tomorrow.
Basic skin and foundation first.
Apply highlighter under the brows and blend.
This was quite a while ago and my memory is failing me as I do this look so often.
Add thick eyeliner and wing it out quite a bit.
This is pretty much my auto pilot look now for when I can’t think of anything else.
Apply purple shadow all over the lid.
Do you guys have an auto pilot outfit/look?
Something you know you look good in no matter what?
Pack super bright pink glitter into the inner corner and blend 1/3rd of the way across. Sometimes wearing the same think over and over can get boring though.
The more sparkly the better.
I try to mix it up wearing the same items in different combinations.
Apply cream shimmer from the top of the brow bone to the purple and blend.
Sometimes though it can be hard to think of new combinations.
Add a bit of lilac cream pigment above the liner in the center.
So I get kind of stuck in a style rut.
Blend into the shadow.
Just doing the same things.
Take a dark purple shimmer and shade the outer corner in a pointed C shape, blend.
That’s usually when I go a completely different direction to try and get inspired again.
Other eye too.
Of course it doesn’t always work out well.
Line your waterline with white for brighter eyes.
But change and experimenting can be exactly what I need to get back and find inspiration.
Use brown liner on the outer 1/3rd of your lower lashes to join the wing.
It’s still nice to have comfy outfits and looks.
Apply mascara to the top lashes and the bottom outer 1/3rd.
And you can never go wrong with a pair of big false lashes.
Apply some nice thick pointed lashes.
And even it’s something I’ve worn a billion times before it’s still probably better than turning up in pajamas haha.
They take quite a while to dry so I keep going with other steps in the mean time.
Apply pink blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend well.
I never used to use blush but lately I’ve been wearing it more and more.
Add some berry pink lippy and a nice glitter gloss.
I still hate bronzer though, it never looks good on me.
Lashes are still drying.
I’ve been experimenting with highlighters lately so maybe bronzers are just around the corner.
I decided to add some lilac cream pigment to the inner corners of my eyes to brighten them a bit.
Last step. Soften the liner with some very dark shimmery purple.
I love the look of brown liner with purple shadow.
All finished. This is definitely one of my favorite looks.
Perfect for green eyes.
Now I need somewhere nice to wear it.
Shame to waste it at home. I’ll have to take James out somewhere fancy.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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