Although this looks pretty impressive, it's actually really easy and relatively quick to do. Watch the video below to see how I created this look!
I wanted to use mainly affordable products that anyone can find on the high street to create this look, and also ones which are long lasting so you can really go to town and party all night without worrying about it all falling off your face at 1am.
My two favourite products in this tutorial are the Urban Decay Heavy Metal Loose Glitter and Lipcote. The glitter is available in a large variety of colours and is really easy to use with the Bondage Adhesive; simply apply the glue and tap on the glitter, building up layers until you're happy with the look.
I paired the glitter with pale pink lips, Sweetheart Pink from The Body Shop and sealed it in with Lipcote, which helps to prolong the colour and stop it from smudging. The trick is to apply your lippie, blot it on a tissue, repeat and then seal in with Lipcote for super kissable lips. This way your lipstick really gets sealed in!
L'OReal Infallible Foundation in Porcelain: http://bit.ly/1nFIVGL
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in Fair: http://bit.ly/1hHNHij
Barry M Eyeshadow in Cream: http://bit.ly/1jz8dpR
HD Brows Kit in Vamp: http://bit.ly/1omzPBp
Sleek 50th Birthday Palette: http://bit.ly/1mOI4ql
B Stunning Eye Shimmer in Golden Sand: http://fave.co/RHUVg1
Ubran Decay Bondage Adhesive
Urban Decay Heavy Metal Loose Glitter in Goldmine
(In Debenhams Stores - Alternatively
Maybelline Gel Liner: http://bit.ly/SUb9DL
Rimmel Scandaleyes Kohl Pencil in Black: http://fave.co/1iGvYah
Max Factor Clump Defy Mascara (50th birthday edition): http://fave.co/RHYwuo
Eylure Lashes 116: http://bit.ly/1jThkRM
Sleek Contour Kit in Light: http://fave.co/RHYZNe
Look Beauty Blusher in Sculpt: http://fave.co/1iGwDZA
The Body Shop lipstick in 210 Sweetheart Pink: http://bit.ly/1hHPALG
Rimmel Stay Matte Powder in Transparent: http://fave.co/RHZYwX
Do let me know if you try this look or if you would like to see any more tutorials in the future! I really enjoyed creating this so I'd love to do more.
Would you like more tutorials? Have you ever tried Lipcote?