Holiday parties are just around the corner & we are so lucky to get makeup artist Kennedy Brown from@kennedybrownbeauty to show us 4 gorgeous holiday looks that you must try! Kennedy used all Evio Beauty products which is available at Lemonberry.
Holiday bronze glam
To create this look I wanted to start with a more matte finish so I used the Pore-fect primer to smooth out my skin. I then used the Velvet Color Stick in shade Be Kind, a beautiful warm burnt shade for my blush, on my nose, for my eyeshadow crease and for my lipstick. Using the same shade all over the face gives a beautiful monochromatic look that feels very pulled together. I love a multi-use product and you can for multiple areas of the face but still look like you used a lot more products to get the look.
If you're someone who doesn't wear a lot of makeup yet you still want a radiant pulled together look it's easily done by focusing on the skin. I started with the Revitalizing Oil serum to hydrate my skin while giving a stunning glow. I topped it with the Pore-fect primer to smooth out and texture on my skin and to add a little definition I used the Velvet Color Stick in shade In A World to give a light wash of color. For the lips I went with a pretty pink using the Lip-spo gloss in shade Lise. This look is incredibly simple yet shows off and puts a spotlight on your skin.
I only used one product to achieve this look which is the Velvet Color Stick in the shade Where you can. It's a gorgeous natural blush shade that I used across my face in a "W" shape along my cheeks and nose. I also used it on my lips and again all over my lips to keep the whole look very clean and put together.
I love doing a bold lip over the holidays and this lip combo is now one of my go tos. For the lips I used Lip-spo gloss in Shade Brooke along with the matching Lip-spo liner in the same shade. To sculpt my cheek bones I used the Velvet Color Stick in shade In A Worldalmost like a very faint contour shade and for the cheeks I used another stick in shade Be Anything lightly to faintly match my bold lip shade.