Completely wearable! And she used Revlon’s Soft Nude which is a shade I bought off a rec from my sister. I bought it…maybe a year ago? And truth be told, despite it’s popularity I haven’t actually worn it because I feel it looks like I applied concealer and called it lipstick. But somehow it looks so much better on everyone else so I decided to recreate Tiffany’s look in an attempt to solve my dilemma.
Eyes: theBalm Devillish Danielle, L’Oreal Infallible Bronzed Taupe and Continuous Cocoa, and Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black, Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral #2, gel liner in Ebony, and Lashify mascara
Brows: Sonia Kashuk Brown Definers in Taupe and Haze, e.l.f. brow gel
Face: L’Oreal True Match foundation in W5, Laura Geller The Real Deal concealer in Medium, Sonia Kashuk Hidden Agenda Concealer and Pressed Powder in Translucent Medium, theBalm Hot Mama blush and Bahama Mama bronzer, Sonia Kashuk Beautifying Blush in Sunset and liquid highlighter
Lips: Revlon’s Soft Nude lipstick and Sonia Kashuk’s lip gloss in Whisper
I love the slightly more peachy hue on Tiffany’s lips and wish I could get the same results using Soft Nude as a base. With the gloss I chose it’s an okay look, but I’ll be on the hunt for a warmer nude lip for myself. Any recs? I also love how glowy her cheeks are without being shimmery. This is something I’ve only been able to recreate using cream blush but didn’t have the right shade for today’s look. However, she pulled this off wearing a powder blush – Milani’s Luminoso. Maybe this is the secret ;)
Click on over to Tiffany’s site and check out her other beautiful looks!