Saturday, 11 October 2014

Beauty | Cheryl's X Factor Make Up Look

Since Cheryl Fernandez-Versini made a return to my TV on X Factor that I have been lusting over her make up looks. What makes it worse is that she's recently stated that she does all her own make up, so not fair, however this has made me think perhaps her looks are achievable for the likes of you and me. So here's my Cheryl X Factor make up look.



Cheryl has been rocking a deep bronzed eye and a netural lip in a lot of her looks. Something which is great for around this time of year.

MAC Prep + Prime Primer - Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation - Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer - Rimmel Stay Matte Powder
Cheryl has that flawless looking skin so you want to make sure your prime your face and use a good high coverage foundation. I buff my foundation and concealer in using my Zoeva Silk Finish brush, perfect for giving you that ultimate coverage.

Sleek Face Contour Kit (bronzer only) - The Body Shop Honey Bronzer - Benefit Coralista - NARS Orgasam Illuminator
Cheryl also looks like she has that she has spent weeks in the sun with her sunkissed skin. To recreat this I contoured my along my cheek bone, temples and jaw line using the bronzer from Sleek's Face Contour Kits. I then slightly powder my whole face with The Body Shop Honey Brozer to give me that sunkissed looked. Then using my Zoeva Concealer Buffing Brush I buffed in some of NARS' Orgasam Illuminator, a liquid highlighter, along the top of my cheeks, down the bridge of my nose and on my cupids bow. To finish the my face I then popped a bit of a peachy colour blusher using Benefit Coralista onto the apples of my cheek.

Rimmel Wonder'full Mascara - Collection Extreme Felt Tip Liner - Illamasqua Liquid Metal in Electrum - Maybelline Colour Tattoo in On and On Bronze - MAC Paint Pot in Utterly Becoming - Barry M Eyebrow Kit
MAC Palette
Colours used: Beauty Marked - All That Glitters - Bronze - Honey Lust
The best bit about this look is the eyes, I personally think. To start I prepped my eyes with MAC's Paint Pot in Utterly Becoming, this is a great base for eye shadow as its such a neutral colour. I then went over this with Maybelline's Colour Tattoo in On & On Bronze. This went all over the eyelid to form a cream base for when I start to pack on the colours.

Next up you want to take Beauty Marked from MAC, which is a deep purple colour with a hint of shimmer. You want to pack this on the outer corner of your eye making sure you drag the colour out, once on give a little blend with a fluffy brush. I then went through the crease and inner corner of my eye with MACs Bronze, you really want to pack the colour on with this one, also make sure you keep blending with your fluffy brush. Then take Illamsqua's Liquid Metal in Electrum and using your ring finger place some of this on the inner corner and blend through once again with that trusty fluffy brush. I then decided that this need a bit more bronze shimmer so added MACs Honey Lust across the middle of the eye and once again blended in with my trusty Zoeva fluffy brush.
I then took MAC's All That Glitters and Beauty Marked and run this under my bottom lash line. I also used the highlighter in my Barry M Eyebrow Kit and placed some of this across my eyebrow bone.

I then lined my eyes using Collection's Extreme Felt Tip Liner and applied a thick coat of Rimmel's Wonder'ful Mascara. The more mascara the better, Cheryl loves big lashes! And finished off by filling in my eyebrows with my Barry M Eyebrow Kit.

Barry M Lipliner - MAC Plumful

To finish the look you want a neutral lip which Cheryl has been rocking beautifully. I lined my lips with Barry M's Lip Liner, unfortunately it doesn't have a shade name or number; however it is a very simple nude colour. I then went in with MAC's Plumful to complete the whole look.



And that's the Chery Fernandez-Versini Look!

Do you love Cheryl's make up looks? Would you like to see any other celeb make tutorials?
Let me know in the comments.

Until Next Time..
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