2.) Felicia dabbed Lucious Lani eyeshadow (the champagne shade from the ShadyLady Eye Shadow Palette, $38, sephora.com ) across the lid to highlight the symmetrical shape of her face and then finished it off with a light dusting of the sheer 100% mineral Overshadows in You Buy, I’ll Fly (a copper shimmer, $15, sephora.com) to make Stroup’s eyes really pop. It was also blended into the lower lash line over the pencil for an ethereal finish.
The lashes were defined and volumized with 3 coats of Two Timer Mascara ($20, sephora.com); two coats to instantly build fuller lashes and a third to separate and lengthen.
3.) When it came to the skin, Felicia evened out and smoothed Jessica’s skin by blending BalmShelter Tinted Moisturizer ($25, sephora.com) with TimeBalm Concealer ($18, sephora.com). Becaue the TimeBalm Concealer has time released hydrating properties, there was no need to reapply between shows- Jessica’s under eye area stayed bright all day.
A few swipes of SexyMama translucent powder ($19, sephora.com) gave a photo-finish, and then a combo of the matte Bahama Mama bronzer ($19, sephora.com) with the more shimmering berry-toned Hot Mama blush ($19, sephora.com) gave a healthy glow to Jessica’s cheeks.
4.) Finally, Felicia conditioned and nourished Stroup’s lips with theBalm to the Rescue ($16, sephora.com), and topped them off with either BalmShelter Lip Gloss in Girly-Girl (for a pinky-coral finish, $19, sephora.com) or Plump Your Pucker in Cocoa My Coconut (a warm nude, $15, sephora.com) to add some shimmer. Jessica LOVED the yummy flavors of the glosses, especially Cocoa My Coconut which she wore at the Jill Stuart show.