Inexpensive Sugarplum Fairy Look

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I know in my original version I used some expensive products. And while I do love them, this version is just as good and with some cheaper alternatives. And I also used less products, and darkened the lip color. My original Sugarplum look can be found here.

Korres Quercetin and Oak Base(I received this in a kit that was $21 and included the face primer and ful size concealer. Awesome deal for great products)
Maybelline Eye Studio Color Explosion palette in Pink Punch
Bobbi Brown Corrector
Lancome Doll Lashes Mascara

Using the Pink Punch palette, I applied the lightest shade all over the lid and the pale pink on the brow bone. Then I applied the shimmery mauve shade on the lid, up to the crease. I lined the upper and lower lash line with the plum shade, and also blended a little bit into the crease. Finally, I applied the luminizer all over. After, it is Christmas, and the New Years. A little glitter is a good thing =)

Maybelline Color Explosion in Pink Punch: great quality and pigment for a drug store brand.

Revlon ColorStay Foundation
Revlon ColorStay pressed powder in translucent
Lancome Blush Subtil in Aplum
Lancome Color Design lipstick in Edgy ($22.00 vs the YSL which is $30)
Korres Quercetin and Oak Antiageing Primer

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