Makeup Monday - Graphic Blue Liner paired with matching bold or neutral lip


I had put a brief hold on my Make Up Monday series as I have been so busy with a few things that are going on in my personal life. I am trying to slowly bring it back, however it will be a bit on and off - so please bare with me!

Products Used:
- Maybelline Concealer - Medium
- Bobbi Brown Corrector - Light Peach
- Esquido Lashes
- Too Faced - White Sketch Marker liner*
- Arbonne - Eye Primer*
- MUFE - Aqua XL Liner in M-22*
- Charlotte Tilbury - Bronze and Glow Palette
- MAC Vamplify Glosses in She Rebel and Anything but Demure*
- The Estee Edit - Beam Team Hydrate and Glow (gorgeous hilighter, dewy look)*
- Smashbox - Photo Finish Pore Minimizing Primer
- Charlotte Tilbury - Airbrush Flawless Finish Micro-Powder in Medim
- Hourglass Cosmetics - Luminous Flush
- Anastasia Beverly Hills - Dip Brow Pomade - Chocolate

- Maybelline Concealer - Medium - Bobbi Brown Corrector - Light Peach - Esquido Lashes - Too Faced - White Sketch Marker liner* - Arbonne - Eye Primer* - MUFE - Aqua XL Liner in M-22* - Charlotte Tilbury - Bronze and Glow Palette - MAC Vamplify Glosses in She Rebel and Anything but Demure* - The Estee Edit - Beam Team Hydrate and Glow (gorgeous hilighter, dewy look)* - Smashbox - Photo Finish Pore Minimizing Primer - Charlotte Tilbury - Airbrush Flawless Finish Micro-Powder in Medim - Hourglass Cosmetics - Luminous Flush - Anastasia Beverly Hills - Dip Brow Pomade - Chocolate

To create the look below, I also decided to stick to all Make Up For Ever shadows - I used M-534 all over the lid, M-546 on the crease and M-608 on the outer V. I decided to keep my eye neutral and subdued as I wanted the focus of the look to be on the Aqua XL Liner. The blue one I used in this look is M-22 - it is a gorgeous royal blue that honestly doesn't budge. Once it's set, its set. I have really oily eyelids and these liners do not smudge at all, even when applied on my waterline. 

- Maybelline Concealer - Medium - Bobbi Brown Corrector - Light Peach - Esquido Lashes - Too Faced - White Sketch Marker liner* - Arbonne - Eye Primer* - MUFE - Aqua XL Liner in M-22* - Charlotte Tilbury - Bronze and Glow Palette - MAC Vamplify Glosses in She Rebel and Anything but Demure* - The Estee Edit - Beam Team Hydrate and Glow (gorgeous hilighter, dewy look)* - Smashbox - Photo Finish Pore Minimizing Primer - Charlotte Tilbury - Airbrush Flawless Finish Micro-Powder in Medim - Hourglass Cosmetics - Luminous Flush - Anastasia Beverly Hills - Dip Brow Pomade - Chocolate

To challenge myself, I decided to pair this look with a matching lipstick - MAC Vamplify in She Rebel. Those who know me, will know that I am never one to venture out and wear something like this. This formula is nice, it's glossy without being glue-like and tacky and it does't feel heavy on the lips. However, because of the specific color it is quite hard to have equal delivery of it. I had to apply about 3 coats to make sure I had perfect application, the three layers had also then led to some sliding of the product on my lips which was problematic. I did not find this to be an issue with the light color though - like the one below - Anything but Demure. That one only required one coat.

- Maybelline Concealer - Medium - Bobbi Brown Corrector - Light Peach - Esquido Lashes - Too Faced - White Sketch Marker liner* - Arbonne - Eye Primer* - MUFE - Aqua XL Liner in M-22* - Charlotte Tilbury - Bronze and Glow Palette - MAC Vamplify Glosses in She Rebel and Anything but Demure* - The Estee Edit - Beam Team Hydrate and Glow (gorgeous hilighter, dewy look)* - Smashbox - Photo Finish Pore Minimizing Primer - Charlotte Tilbury - Airbrush Flawless Finish Micro-Powder in Medim - Hourglass Cosmetics - Luminous Flush - Anastasia Beverly Hills - Dip Brow Pomade - Chocolate
For those who are more neutral, and want to have the look be more everyday wearable, you can just pair the bold liner with a nude lip. This is something I have been doing most days. 

I really and truly think that this is a winning product, and yes it is pricey at $25 a liner, but honestly guys if you have been struggling at finding a waterproof, budge-proof liner, I really suggest you give this one a go. When you first apply it, you have a few seconds of play time and then after it just sets completely. As I have previously mentioned, I have pretty oily eyelids, and this lasted through 30 degree weathers here in Toronto no problem. 

Until next time, XO - M.


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