Hi everyone,

Today’s video is such a simple one ! But I mean super easy ! You need 3 things:
– Patience
– A black pencil ( it doesn’t have to be the one I’ve used)
– A shimmery pigment ( could be blue, green, whatever you like)
I’ve had that blue Star Powder since forever and I use it a lot when I create looks on clients or for projects but I’ve never used it on me. Actually I’ll force myself a bit this year, that’s part of my plan, to do more versatile makeup looks on myself, not just what I am used with.

We often have this image of ourselves that :” I don’t look good with pink on the eyes” or I can’t pull off a colorful look, or I could never wear a nude lipstick etc. These are all beliefs that are not necessarily true.
You are what you believe you are. So if you think you don’t look good with red, you’re right, if you think you do look good with red you’re also right !

I’ll start to believe positive things I never thought about myself before and I challenge you to do the same.
Hope you’re enjoying this look, sorry about the sound problem and promise I’ll be more careful next time.
As always,
Thank you so much for watching !

Products used in this video:

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter in 3 Medium
Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lipstick 2 Enigmatic Edward
Jouer Essential High Coverage Liquid Concealer in Custard
Fenty Beauty – Mini Sponge
Burberry Black Retractable Pencil
Black Eyeshadow from the Huda Beauty Rose Gold Remastered Palette
Make Up For Ever Star Lit Powder in 5 Violet Glacial
Marc Jacobs Highliner Pencil in Wave Lenght
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara
NARS Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation
NARS Laguna Liquid Bronzer
Laura Mercier Translucent Lose Setting Powder
Il Making Mineral Baked Bronzer in Waka Waka
Madara Cosmic Drops in 1 Naked Chromosphere
Rodin Lipstick in Dianthus
MAC Fix+