To do this, I focused on colors that had a little more sheen and pop than the traditional 90's matte shades, but were still more brown than nude. I kept my skin looking dewy, opting for peachy cream blush Dynamo from MAC, which is partially made of magic. It's also technically an eyeshadow, but who cares? It's perfect as a blush, if you can find it. This shadow reflects light differently than just one shade of peach, yet your skin shows through, looking natural and really delicate. I also used the Napoleon Perdis Ultimate Contouring Palette to give my cheek hollows a little oomph.
On the eyes, I opted for Mally's new Citychick In The Buff shadow palette. I chose some of the colors with a little more sheen and brightness than that look of the 90s. Egyptian Gold, Toast and Chocolate Diamond, the last three shades on the right, gave my eyes a pretty yet understated glow. My colors wore all day, thanks to the shadow base included in the palette. I did stay true to using a shadow to line the eyes, instead of the very contemporary cat eye. This gives you more of a smoldering look in contrast to the hard lines of the 90s.
On the brows, I used Make Up For Ever's Aqua Brow, which stays until you take it off. I finished with a healthy dose of mascara from Lancome Hypnose Star Mascara. The shape of the partially flat, partially curved brush does wonders to extend and pump up your lashes.
On the lips, I opted for one of my go-to shades, Refined by Makeup Geek. This color is perfect for other fair redheads, wears really well and can be easily made to look more sheer. It also has a touch of blue, which makes your teeth look perfect.
I also skipped the finishing powder, as my Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation provides incredible wear and doesn't need any help staying in place. It's already a matte foundation that I've made dewier around my eyes and cheeks. This helps to camouflage the fine lines keep appearing against my will. I covered up my slightly dark circles with Tarte Maracuja's concealer, one of my favorite concealers ever. I added a touch of glow from Orlane's Highlighter, which has a touch of salmon color to it, which works wonders. (I recently overslept before a shoot and this was all I used. I looked well-rested and fresh-faced, despite feeling the exact opposite way!)
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