Makeup Monday: Neutral Bronzed Glitter Holiday Makeup Look

With the holidays fast approaching, I thought that I would create some holiday looks for my Makeup Monday posts :) The first one I'd like to start with is a neutral bronzed glitter eye look. The holidays is a perfect time to bring out that glitter to add some extra sparkle to your look and you would never be blamed for being too glittery! When I went to IMATS this year, I bought some glitters from Lit Cosmetics  so I decided to play around with it and create this look for you.

Here's a close up of the eye look. I decided to opt out of using liner as I do not have much lid space and having included liner would take away from the glittery-ness I was trying to achieve. 

Attached below are pictures of the products I used to create the look. I will try my best to list everything, however for the eyes, I primarily used the Lorac Pro palette.  I blended Cream all over the lid and brow bone, took Mauve at the crease with a fluffy brush and used a finer crease brush and blended Sable and Espresso to the outer crease focusing in the shape of a V.

I then packed on Lit Cosmetics in Oprah with the Liquid Glitter Base focusing only on the mobile lid area. 

Foundation: Amore Pacific Cushion Foundation (Review coming soon)
Lipstick: Tom Ford Indian Rose 
Concealer: Sephora Gel Serum Concealer shade 11
Corrector: Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener
Contour: LA Girl Pro Conceal in Beautiful Bronze
Contour Powder to set the cream contour: Kat Von D Shade and Light Palette
Brows: Etude House and Milani Brow Gel 
Blush: Hour Glass Luminous Flush 

Lashes used are KOKO lashes in number 201 - I bought them at
I used the Esquido Lash Glue to apply them and it's amazing! It beats my old DUO glue x100, there is no drying time to wait for it to get tacky before applying and it holds all day and washes off very easily! I would keep repurchasing this for sure!

Here are a couple more pictures of the look I created

Tune in next Monday for another holiday inspired look! 

Until next time, XO - M.

1 comment

  1. Super pretty! I feel like you could create something similar from the Naked 3 maybe, but less glittery :-P