My Christmas Party Look from St. Enoch Centre

Monday, November 28, 2016

I'm never one to turn down a challenge so when St. Enoch Centre set me the task of creating a Christmas Party look using products bought from the centre I was all over it!

I've been wearing a really dark, navy, smoky eye a lot so this time I decided to do something a little bit different.
Before I could even think about doing my makeup, I had to actually go and buy some. I decided that now was as good a time as any to treat myself to some new brushes for the occasion.
I headed to Boots and luckily Real Techniques brushes were on the 3 for 2 offer so I picked up the Your Picks Berlin set (£24.99), the Highlight and Glow set (£19.99) and the Multi Tasking Kabuki set (£19.99).

To start off my face I used Urban Decay's All Nighter Foundation (£27.00) from Debenhams which I wasn't 100% on at first but now absolutely adore. For my skin type I definitely need a primer under it as it is a little drying.
I've heard great things about The Body Shop's Instablur Primer (£14.00) so I made sure to pick up a tube while in the centre. This stuff is fantastic especially if you suffer from really noticeable pores like me.
I ended up grabbing a few more Urban Decay goodies to use for this look including the Naked Ultimate Basics Palette (£38.50). Liquid Moondust in Retrograde (£15.00) and Afterglow Highlighter in Sin (£19.00)(that I've been coveting for ages but has been forever sold out)
I actually used the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics palette for my contour, blusher and eyeshadow, It's a really versatile palette considering its mostly matte. I absolutely love it!
A friend recommended the Too Faced Better than Sex mascara (£19.00) to me a while ago but for some reason I haven't tried it yet. I thought now was as good a time as any to give it a go and luckily Debenhams had a good stock of them
To finish off the look I used the Illamasqua Matte Lip Liquid in Exoskeleton (£18.50) from the Extinct Collection and patted some Liquid Moondust on top to add some shimmer.

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I bought all of the products used in this look from St. Enoch Centre Glasgow. Visit the St. Enoch Centre Facebook Page, St Enoch Centre Instagram or St Enoch Centre Twitter for updates from the shopping centre!

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