by - December 28, 2017

Today I have for you a step-by-step red berry makeup look... and I've used all drugstore products, so you don't have to spend a fortune! All products I have used will be listed at the end of the post, so you can have a little nosey through them too.

To prime my face, I like to use a bit of my Soap & Glory moisturiser. Then, I used the Revlon Colorstay Foundation for oily/combination skin in the shade soft beige. After blending this out using  a beauty blender, I took my Collection concealer and popped this on my chin and around my nose (in the shade 02), and also under my eyes (in the shade 01). To set this, I used the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder in the shade Transparent.

The Soph X Makeup Revolution palette has the most gorgeous shades of red, all of which I used for this look. After priming my eyes, I used the shade "Fairy Lights" just to set the primer and create a base. Next, I used the shade "Pumpkin" and very lightly, I put this over the top of my eyelid, but whilst staying away from the inner corners.

Then, using the shade "Danger", I began adding colour to the outer and middle of my eyelid, slowly working my way in to the crease and blending this out with my Real Techniques crease brush. After this, I took the shade "Festive Flame", a gorgeous shimmer shade, and put this on the outer corners of my eyes and working it in to my crease. After blending that out a fair bit, I took the shade "Pink Champagne" and worked this in to the inner corners of my eyes. Because this is a shimmer shade, it adds a nice touch of sparkle and brightens up your eyes.

Next, using a small brush, I took a small amount of "Copper Coin" and placed this along the bottom of my eyelash (along the line where you'd put liquid eyeliner), which added an extra bit of shimmer across the bottom of the entire lid. Finally, I took a little bit of "Danger" starting from the outer corners of my eyes and working my way just under the waterline and stopping at the centre of my eye. Joining this, I took "Pink Champagne" and popped this starting at the inner corners and working my way to meet the deeper red colour. To finish off the eyes, I used my Soap & Glory Supercat Eyeliner along with the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara.

Eyebrows & Lips
For my eyebrows, I used my Soap & Glory Archery pencil, along with a a small amount of "Rosewood" also taken from the Soph palette. Moving on to lipstick, I used "Heather Shimmer" by Rimmel. Rimmel is definitely my favourite brand when it comes to drugstore lipsticks. They're long lasting, affordable and have a really lovely consistency. 
Highlight & Contour
I then used the Soph highlight palette (this post is not sponsored, I just really enjoy her palettes!), I don't think they have names, but I used the shade in the top left corner. I then used a little bit of the Collection Bronzer across my cheekbones and blended this out using my Real Techniques blending brush.
And that is everything! As promised I will live a list of all products used below, and have a fab new year.
→ Revlon Colourstay Foundation
→ Collection Concealor 02
→ Soph X Revolution Eyeshadow Palette
→ Soph X Revolution Highlighter Palette
→ Real Techniques Eyeshadow & Blending Brushes
→ Soap & Glory Supercat
→ Soap & Glory Archery Brow Chocolate
→ Collection Bronzer
→ Rimmel Heather Shimmer Lipstick 08
→ Rimmel Stay Matte Powder Transparent

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  1. Loved this look! I've been so obsessed with red eyeshadow xx

    1. Thank you!! Me too, it's different to what I would usually wear but I am LOVING it at the moment! xx