To begin this make-up look I applied some moisturizer to my face, a face primer, then the foundation and matching concealer. I set the concealer with under eye setting powder, then the rest of my face with a transparent compact powder.
Contouring and highlighting
I slightly contoured my face to match my natural jaw shadow, in a cool tone brown, then applied the highlighter in the upper areas of my face to create dimension (chicks, the bridge and tip of the nose, cupid’s bow, brow bone).
I used a brow gel, darkened in the outer edges.
I primed my eyes, set the cream product with a neutral eyeshadow, then gently proceed to creating the cut crease. I started off by blending a magenta eyeshadow above the natural crease line, blending it into the highlight under the brow. With a detail brush I draw the desired eye shape, leaving the inner corner for a shimmery white shade, then filling it with the crimson shade. I did the same thing for the lower lid, finishing the eyes by applying liquid eyeliner and mascara.
For the lips I applied the Jeffree Star’s velour liquid lipstick in shade Dominatrix, then a regular black lipstick for the darker brown effect and everything came out matte.