Midweek Makeovers: Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Collection Kendall Jenner Makeup Look
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
Right my loves!
I recently got sent some of the beaut products from the Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham collaboration and went through the products on my Snapchat/Instagram Stories (it's faster and easier to do so over there than writing up most times, so make sure you follow me!).
I decided to try and recreate this look that was done on Kendall Jenner for this campaign and luckily I had a gorgeous Kardashian/Jenner looking model (Yasmin Badi) to do so with.. and film for my YouTube channel!
It isn't my usual "style" of makeup and more of an editorial type look that I decided to create as I felt I had enough of the products to try it with.
Read on for the full list of products and YouTube tutorial and let me know what you think below.
• Urban Decay Primer Potion - Original
• Benefit Gimme Brow - Shade 3
• Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Eye Ink - Black Myrrh
• Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Eye Foil - Burnt Anise
• MAC Reflects Gold Pigment
• Estee Lauder Little Black Primer mascara
• Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Morning Aura (Primer/Moisturiser)
• Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation - 3W2 Cashew
• MAC Extra Dimension Skinfinish - Definitely Defined
• Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham lipstick - Brazilian Nude
As you can see from the before, my model has beautiful skin so it was a dream to work with and the look was a smokey/panda kind of effect so completely changed the way she looked once done!
I tried to use as many products within one brand for this tutorial. I do this because usually this works out better if for example Estee Lauder have a gift promo on if you buy 2 or more products.
I didn't have the Eye Foil in Blonde Gold so I improvised and used MAC Reflects Gold pigment which looked similar to me.
My favourites from this EL x VB collection have to be the Burnt Anise Eye Foil (it's so sparkly and gorgeous!) and the Brazilian Nude lipstick. I do like the look of that Modern Mercury Highlighter too though but again improvised with a MAC skinfinish I had.
Even though this isn't my style of makeup usually, I had a lot of fun trying to recreate it and it definitely made me miss my editorial/magazine shoot days!
Be sure to check out my model I worked with for this look (Yasmin Badi) as she's super sweet and of course stunning!
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I hope you enjoyed this makeover tutorial, don't forget to subscribe to my new YouTube channel as I'm planning to film more over on there!