Get the CoverGirl Star Wars Jedi Look + Try Your Own Look in the #RiteAidBeautyForceSweeps

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Get the CoverGirl Star Wars Jedi Look + Try Your Own Look in the #RiteAidBeautyForceSweeps

 

 

Unless you have been living in outer space (lol) you have no doubt heard the Star Wars buzz. So as you know, CoverGirl and Star Wars have partnered on beauty looks and limited-edition makeup inspired by ‪‎The Force Awakens‬. With its metallic or deep lipsticks and silvery or vampy nail polishes, CoverGirl's limited-edition Star Wars collection asks: Are you on the light side - or the dark side?

 

 

 

Makeup artist Pat McGrath brought the Force to life by creating six looks inspired by the film. You can see two of the looks above that represent both sides. I created my version of the Jedi look which comes from the light side. I used the CoverGirl Eye Shadow Quad in Go for the Golds 705, Star Wars Limited Edition Super Sizer Waterproof Mascara, Star Wars Limited Edition Colorlicious Lipstick in Nude 70, and Colorlicious Lip Lava in Lava Glow 880.

 

 

 

For the most part, I followed the instructions below. I did add a brown liner just under the lower lash and I used a bit less of #3 from the eyeshadow quad. Everything else is pretty much the same!

 

How to get my CoverGirl Star Wars Jedi look:

 

  1. Sweep #1 from the CoverGirl Eye Shadow Quad in Go for the Golds over eyelid.
  2. Brush #2 from the same quad up to the crease.
  3. Deepen the look with a light dusting of #3 from the eyeshadow quad.
  4. Use a brown eyeliner to create a thin line just under the lower lash.
  5. Add a strong hint of gold with #1 under eye from corner to outer wing.
  6. Layer a light dusting of #1 over the full eye to add more gold.
  7. Apply two coats of Star Wars Limited Edition Super Sizer Waterproof Mascara.
  8. Lips stay subtle in nude with Star Wars Limited Edition Colorlicious Lipstick in Nude 70.
  9. Apply a coat of Colorlicious Lip Lava in Lava Glow 880 over the nude lip.

 


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