• Mia Johnson

NYE Makeup/Faced by Too Faced

Hi everyone! Today I will be sharing with you all my New Years Eve makeup I wore in the last post as well as trying out the "Full Face of Makeup Using Only One Brand Of Makeup Challenge." Keep reading and you will find out if I mastered the challenge or if I failed!

Now on with the post! And as always, pictures are all below! :)

I decided to use all Too Faced products because I already had most of the products I needed to use to master the challenge in my collection! But did I succeed?

Face Makeup:

-Primer: Under my foundation I used the "Hangover Primer." This primer makes my skin feel hydrated and smooth all day long! And also keeps my foundation in place!

-Foundation: I used the Too Faced "Born This Way Foundation" in the shade Pearl. This goes on so smoothly and I love how this foundation has a medium coverage! It is easy to build up the coverage of this product without looking too cakey.

-Concealer: I used the "Born This Way Concealer" in the shade Very Fair. For the people that don't know this, if you purchase a shade lighter concealer than foundation, the light concealer actually brightens your face by applying it under your eyes, a little on your T-zone, sides of your nose, tops of your lips, and your chin.

-Powder: I actually didn't apply any powder because I don't own any powder by Too Faced. But if you have a powder by Too Faced, let me know on my Instagram how you like it!

-Bronzer: I had a sample size of the Too Faced "Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzer" in the shade Medium Deep in my collection already. So I applied this to my cheekbones, hairline, sides of the nose, temples, and chin.

-Blush: I used the "Love Flush Blush" in the shade Love Hangover. This is a bright pink blush. So what I did was lightly dab my blush brush into the blush and blow off the excess product. Then I swept the blush across the apples of my cheeks. This is a really pretty blush.

-Highlight: I used the Too Faced "Candlelight Glow" in the shade Rosy Glow. I love how natural this glow looks and I always love a light pearl highlight.

Eye Makeup:

-Primer: To prime my eyes, I used the "Shadow Insurance." I love how this makes my eyeshadows very pigmented and last longer than using no primer at all.

-Eyeshadow: For my eyeshadow I used only the "Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow." I love how this smells like chocolate and how neutral some of the shade are. I used the shade White Chocolate all over my lids to lock in place the primer. For the crease I mixed Salted Caramel and Milk Chocolate. In the outer corners of my lid, I applied a mix of Semi-Sweet and Triple Fudge. When I applied this, I brought the brush with the product on the outer corner of my lid to the end of my crease to darken it up a bit. I took the primer again and placed it in the middle of my eye lid to make Gilded Ganache stick and not have the glitter get under my eyes throughout the day. Lastly, to make Gilded Ganache not so dark, I applied a mix of Marzipan and Crème Brulee and dabbed that in the center of Gilded Ganache. And what I did at the very end, was dab a little bit of Champagne Truffle to the inner corner of my eye to brighten that up, as well as put a little bit of Champagne Truffle under my brow bone.

-Mascara: I actually own 4 bottles of this now because it is my all time favorite mascara and that is the "Better Than Sex Mascara." I love how unique the wand is and how long/full it makes my eyelashes look.

Lip Makeup:

-Lip color: The only thing I applied to my lips were the Too Faced "Melted Chocolate Liquified Lipstick" in Metallic Chocolate Diamond. I love how the applicator is a sponge like material and how well it applies. I like how this color is sheer with brown sparkles, but if you don't like the sheerness, apply a lip liner to your lips before hand.

-Lip color: The other lip color I applied to try out with was the "Melted Matte" in Candy Cane. I love how this is a hot pink color with a hint of red and smells like peppermint mochas!

As you can see, this is a gorgeous makeup look for NYE and I mastered the challenge.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed!