Flamenco is the embodiment of a sultry essence as well as power, rhythm and musicality. The kicks and clicks are fantastic and the handography is almost reminiscent of ruffles moving in the wind! Shaping and arching are also main themes of this dance!
I started the look with priming my eyes with MAC Painterly Paint Pot. I then went into the Sugarpill Eyeshadow in Suburbia and blended that into the crease with a fluffy brush and under the eyes. I then went straight into Sugarpill Poison Plum eyeshadow. I blended that into my crease using the same fluffy brush and blend blend blended. I took a domed crease brush and packed that into my outer v. I also used the same brush and shadow and ran that along my lower lash line. I then cut my crease using my Revolution Cut Crease Canvas. And then traced the outline of my cut crease using my NYX Glitter Goals Liquid Eyeshadow in Industrial Beam. On the lid I applied the shade Love+ next to my outer V to create a bright pop of red. I then blended Suburbia over the rest of the lid. I then applied Gesso by MAC on the inner corners and onto the lid with Suburbia. I lined my lash line with my Benefit Roller Lash Liquid Eyeliner and applied false eyelashes. This time I used Ardell 415 and my Duo Lash Glue. And then put on some mascara, this time Benefit Roller Lash. And that was the look complete!
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