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Star Wars Mystic Inspired Look

STAR WARS MYSTIC INSPIRED LOOK

 

+ RITE AID & COVERGIRL BEAUTY SWEEPS!

 

 

Are you as excited as I am about the new Star Wars movie!? I had the opportunity to partner with Covergirl & Rite Aid to create a look inspired by the Light Side or the Dark Side.  I went with the Mystic look because it was absolutely GORGEOUS and was so glowing on the model.  I didn’t have all of the exact products that were used, but the ones I did have worked perfectly. You can check out the rest of the looks here and don’t forget to enter the awesome the beauty sweeps that Rite Aid & CoverGirl are holding. I’ll have all details at the end of the post!

Mystic Look

 

Products Used :

 

  • CoverGirl Stay Luminous Foundation
  • Covergirl Quad – Va Va Violets
  • Bombshell Shineshadow – Color Me Money
  • Shadow Pot  – Lime Light
  • Eyeshadow Single : Kaboom Kelly
  • Cheekers Blush : Deep Plum
  • Super Sizer Mascara – Star Wars
  • Star Wars Lipstick : # 30

 

 

Step One :

 

I started out by applying the Covergirl Stay Luminous foundation in shade 825. I LOVE using this foundation because I can skip out on the primer and concealer. Plus, it gives my face an awesome glow!

 

 

Step Two :

 

I heavily applied the Color Me Money Shine Shadow onto my lid and blended it towards my brow.

I then took the Shadow Pot in Lime Light and packed it onto the lid.

And finally took Kaboom Kelly and ran it lightly through the crease.

 

 

Taking the Va Va Violets quad, I took shade # 2 and ran it along my lower lash line a bit to make the green pop. I swept a coat of the Supersizer Star Wars Mascara onto my lashes.

 

 

For a little color on my cheeks, I used one of my favorite CoverGirl blushes in Deep Plum

 

 

And to complete the look, I used #30 from the Star Wars lipstick collection.

 

 

*This post has been sponsored on behalf of Covergirl & Rite Aid*

 

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