Aria Night Out Look No.2

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On the 1st I published a look for a night out at Aria Resort and Casino. The look posted today will be my second, and last look for Aria Night Out.

Begin by priming your face with rimmel's Stay Matte primer -- the small amount that's shown here is all you need.

Begin by priming your face with Rimmel’s Stay Matte primer — the small amount that’s shown here is all you need. It keeps your face from looking oily, and prolongs the wear of your foundation throughout the night.Β 

Next, take a buffing brush -- I'm using the Real Techniques buffing brush in this picture, and apply your foundation.

Next, take a brush — I’m using the Real Techniques buffing brush in this picture, and apply your foundation.

Fill your eyebrows in using a matte brown shadow, or a pencil that matches your hair colour and apply MAC's Pro Longwear Concealer to your eyelids -- set this with a light dusting of powder.

Fill your eyebrows in using a matte brown shadow, or a pencil that matches your hair colour and apply MAC’s Pro Longwear Concealer to your eyelids — set this with a light dusting of powder.

Define your crease by taking a beutral brown shadow on a fluffy brush, such as the 785 by Bdellium Tools and diffuse the transition colour into your crease.

Define your crease by taking a neutral brown shadow on a fluffy brush, such as the 785 by Bdellium Tools and diffuse the transition colour into your crease.

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Go in with the lip colour of your choice — I chose MAC’s Cyber for this look, so I think Revlon’s Black Cherry would look just as nice; both can be used with MAC’s liner in Currant. Don’t forget to set your foundation with Bare Minerals Mineral Veil in Illuminating, and add a little cheek colour — I used MAC’s Love Joy.

Your finished look should resemble something like this, and that's it! You're all done :)

Your finished look should resemble something like this, and that’s it! You’re all done πŸ™‚

 

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