Get the Look – Farrah

Recently, Sharon Elizabeth offered a photography workshop. The workshop focused on some great basics and I was delighted to speak to the attendees about the in’s and out’s of dealing with professional stylists. The workshop was to conclude with some actual shooting time with a fully styled model and Farrah was our gal;)

 Images: Sharon Elizabeth Photography

 Hair: Kara Shae Hair Designs

 Makeup: Kristine Marie Makeup Artistry

Model: Farrah

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Her attire was modern casual accented with a lot of accessories but due to her very structured features, I felt we could the makeup fresh, defined and still dramatic enough to hold up to the sunset.

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Here is another look – showcasing that semi dramatic makeup can be worn no matter what ‘mood’ you are trying to set – be it serious or just plain giggly;)

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~ Farrah’s EASY Look ~

(As always, prime eyes before placing shadows) 

Using Rimmel ScandalEyes cream shadow, I applied evenly to entire lid area. ( Ball of the eye)  I then packed on a dark bronze color by Kryolan and barely blended out the edges ( at the crease of the eye) with a fluffy shadow brush.

Repeat the process on the lower lash line.

Apply Lashes ( I used Red Cherry here in 747s) , curl and mascara lashes together. 

I used Face Atelier Foundation with a beauty blender all over and spot concealed where needed. I then brushed a dark brown shadow through the brows for a soft and defined shape with fullness. 

Using a matte bronzer, I contoured the cheekbones and applied a bit of peach blush before I powdered and blended everything through.

Lips were lined in Rimmel pencil in *Spice* and Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Lip Stain in *Rendezvous* was applied evenly over the top. 

This look is crazy easy and super wearable. Sensual, casual and even fun – I hope you give this look a shot. You can use some of the affordable products I listed or your own;)