Everyday Glam tutorial featuring the BH Cosmetics x ItsMyRayeRaye Palette

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Starting with my base makeup (foundation, concealer, powder & brows)
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Using the BH cosmetics x It’s My Raye Raye palette
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Start with Mousse as the transition shade
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Using a fluffy blending brush, put Mousse in crease. Also put it slightly above and below the crease
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Taking a denser shadow brush, pick up a little bit of Connie.
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Use your brush to create a “V” shape on the outer 1/4 to 1/3 of your eyelid.
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Using the same brush, pick up a little bit of Friday.
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Pat that right next to Connie, overlapping just slightly.
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Take the blending brush, without adding product, and blend Connie and Friday where they overlap. Also, blend both colors at the crease.
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Using a flat shadow brush, pick up Tiffany (for a more intense shine, wet your brush with setting spray, but these shadows are very pigmented as is. So, I just used dry brushes).
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Fill in the rest of your empty lid space with Tiffany. You can slightly overlap onto Friday.
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Taking the blending brush, go slightly into Control Freak.
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Going only into the crease (not above or below), blend Control Freak into the crease.
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Using either a smudge brush, or a flat brush with a flatter top, dip into Connie again.
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Smudge Connie on the other 1/3 to 1/2 of your bottom lash line.
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Using that same brush, dip into Tiffany.
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Starting on the inner corner, smudge Tiffany along your entire lash line.
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Taking a flat shadow brush, pick up Fairytale.
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Put Fairytale halfway into the space on your lid where Tiffany is (so if Tiffany is on the first half of your lid, Fairytale should be on the first fourth).
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Take the same brush and dip into Alison.
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Put that in the corner of your lid.
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This is what the shadow will look like.
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You can see the gradient of light to dark.
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Add some liner and lashes. I also add mascara to my bottom lashes.
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Using a contour brush, dip LIGHTLY into Brownie Bite (or Mocha if your skin is more fair). Use a very light hand. This contour color is extremely pigmented.
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Concentrate the contour right under your cheek bone. Use light back and forth motions to blend it out.
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Picking up a little more of the same color, go lightly along your jawline to slim your face. Blend it out well.
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Lightly dip into Chai with a fluffy powder brush.
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Sweep away any powder or fall out under your eyes (only for deeper skinned people).
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Taking a fan or highlight brush, dip LIGHTLY into Rayediant (trust me—-a light touch is important here unless you want to be beaming to the heavens).
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Sweep Rayediant lightly across the high points of your cheeks. You can also add it onto your nose, chin & Cupid’s bow.
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Add a cute lippie and some setting spray, and you are done!

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