Becky G Makeup Tutorial: Winged Eyeliner & Bold Red Lips | COVERGIRL

Becky G Makeup Tutorial: Winged Eyeliner & Bold Red Lips | COVERGIRL


Hey, what’s up, guys? It’s your girl, Becky G,
and I’m here my girl, Tonya. And I’m going to show you how to get
my throwback to tutorial look– which is a nice, bold lip and
a nice, winged eyeliner. I’m going to use the new
trunaked eyeshadow palette. It has eight colors, different textures. It has shimmery and matte, so it’s
great to create endless combinations, When I apply, I just start at the lash
line and blend up towards the crease. And now I’m going to
take a matte color which is a couple of shades
darker than her skin tone and blend it in towards her crease. That gives the eye definition. I think what was really
fun about being on tour and using shadows like this one,
it had a nice pickup in the lights. You know, you’ve got to shine on
stage, and it really did shine. And I loved that about it. One of my favorite things
from the new collection is the trunaked Duo Waterproof Eyeliner. With the cashmere side
of the pencil, I like to highlight under the arch of the brow
and in the inner corner of the eye. What this does is make
the eye look more awake. It opens up the eye. And it really gives the brow
bone more of a defined edge. Another thing is the tip of the nose. I just like giving a
little subtle highlight. And again, I go back over
the bridge of the lip, just to kind of tie everything together. For the other side, I love
this pencil, because it’s great for creating a
winged-out eyeliner. Use the lashline as a guide
and drag the pencil out towards the outer corner of the eye. For the other side, the same thing. For the wing, I use the tip. To line the lashline, I
use the side of the pencil. If your hand isn’t that steady, it’s OK. You could always go
back with a clean brush and just smooth out any uneven edges. Ta-dah. Easy. Now for the next step, this
is the new Plumpify Mascara. She’s obsessed with mascara. And let me tell you, I’m obsessed. You can find it in my purse. Not just in my purse, in
her kit– all the time. Everywhere I just love what it does to my lashes. I use the side of the brush first,
and I rock it back and forth, right against the lashline. And because this formula gives
you volume and separates, you don’t have to worry
about it getting clumpy. So once I use the side of the
brush, I take the tip of the brush and no lash will be forgotten. When you’re on stage, you kind
of want things to pop more. I would sometimes pop in some individual
lashes like I have on right now. To fully top off the lip,
we’ve got to go to the lips. This lipstick is great. It’s long-wearing, but it’s
moisturizing at the same time. For this, we’re doing a
really pretty blue-based red. I’m just going to start right
along the edge of the lip. And I do like using a brush to
apply lipsticks– just because you get a really nice, clean edge. One of the great things about this
lipstick is the color payoff. The intensity of the lipstick is so
great, you don’t need a lot of product. A bold lip, a nice winged
eyeliner– and don’t forget to click here for
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