VP x CLARINS // 4 LOOKS: AUTUMN LOOK VIDEO TUTORIAL

For our last, signature look with Clarins Graphic Expression line, we created an ‘Autumn Look’ that incorporated the beautiful, camo-green eyeshadow in the palette and the berry-hued Joli Rouge Pink Camellia lipstick. This look has a bit of sparkle to it, and is perfect for back-to-school and Thanksgiving.

Start by applying the BB Cream to your face, and conceal spots and undereye circles with concealer to create a perfect, even complexion. Apply the Graphic Expression powder along the perimeter of your face, down your cheekbones and down the bridge of your nose for a warm, contoured effect.
The eyes and lips are really what make this look. Apply the pale gold eyeshadow from the palette all over the eyelid and browbone (don’t forget the inner corners of your eye!). Then, using a fluffy eyeshadow brush, apply the green shade to the lid. The fluffy brush ensures a lighter application of the shade, not making it too intense. Using your ring finger, dab the pale gold shade on the center of the lid for a brightening effect. Lightly line your low lash line, and line your upper lash line with a slightly heavier hand. Be sure to flip the eyeliner over the blend with the brush. Apply the Be Long mascara and the lipstick, and you’re good to go.

Face:

BB Cream
Instant Concealer
Graphic Expression Face and Blush Powder

Eyes:

Ombre Minérale in Forest
Crayon Khôl in Intense Brown
Be Long Mascara in Black

Lips:

Joli Rouge in Pink Camellia

This is the fourth post in a four part series with Clarins featuring their Fall makeup line, Graphic Expression. I was not compensated for these posts (and I only work with brands I love).Part I: Day
Part II: Evening 
Part III: Nude
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