Get Ready With Me – Indie Makeup | cruelty free @phyrra

Get Ready With Me – Indie Makeup | cruelty free @phyrra


Hey friends welcome back. I’m Courtney and I have Phaedra and Nyx in
here with me. I finally got Nyx back from the vet. She was spayed yesterday, so she’s recovering
nicely. This is a very informal, kind of chatty, get
ready with me. I’ve already put on my eyeshadow primer, which
is Too Faced Shadow Insurance, and I’m just going to put on a little bit of Milani’s Prep
Set Go Setting powder on a big fluffy brush, and I’m just going to stick it right here
where my skin folds together, not all over the eye area like I normally do. I wanted to play with some new eye shadows
that I bought during my Black Friday hauling. This is Suva Beauty’s Turkish Bath, and I’m
using the Urban Decay smokey crease brush to apply this kind of as a transition color. It’s kind of a pinky taupe shade. I honestly wasn’t sure what color this was
going to turn out, or when I bought it I wasn’t really sure. I wasn’t really clear, because they didn’t
really seem to have much in the way of a description that I can remember for this one. The other two colors that I bought, I know
one’s a warm burgundy and one’s a cool burgundy. I’m really just trying to build this up and
blend out. I don’t want there to be any harsh lines. For whatever reason I always feel like these
kind of pinky taupe colors that I guess the blend of gray, and pink, and whatever, I feel
like they do a really good job of looking like a natural crease on me, or a natural
crease color. I’m going to use Suva Beauty Denarau, I think
that’s how you say it, D-E-N-A-R-A-U, next. And this is a Sigma E38. It’s a diffused crease brush. And I’m just kind of applying this towards
the bottom of my crease, and the outer corner of my eye. I always feel like these awesome pinky taupe
colors work really well with reds and purples. So one of the things you probably know by
now is wherever you first put your brush after you dip it into product is where it’s going
to deposit the most color. So you should let that dictate where you put
your brush, and start blending. I’m putting it at the outer corner just so
that’s where the most of the color is deposited, and then working my way inward with it. I’m just trying to make sure that those two
colors are blended nicely. This is Makeup Geek Masquerade. I’m going to put that color on my lid, but
I’m going to use a sticky base with it. I find the foiled shades, I really kind of
need a sticky base or they want to go and transfer on my eyes because my eyes are hooded. I’m just dipping my brush into the product,
and I’m using the Urban Decay Moondust brush. And, then I’m going to spritz it with a little
bit of All Nighter Spray. And start patting it onto the lid. I’m really shocked that the dogs are actually
settled down napping right now, because they’ve been pretty much crazy all day since Nyx got
back home. When I got back home with Nyx it was really
cute, because I had Phaedra in the crate. And I went to go let Phaedra out of the crate,
and Nyx was so excited that she kept basically pawing at the crate door saying, “Let her
out. Let her out. I want to play with her.” And I’ve been trying to watch them really
closely because I really don’t want Nyx to rip her stitches, or pop them out or anything. This is Makeup Geek Blacklight, and I’m going
to layer this on the color next, because this is shiny but not as, I don’t know, sparkly
as I was hoping. So here we go with Blacklight. And I’m just kind of, I guess patting it on. Well it’s certainly making it have a nice
duo chrome effect. I almost feel like I still need a little bit
more sparkle. I’m going to use a little bit of Aromaleigh’s
Inward Melodies. I’m doing this with more All Nighter spray
on the brush, and I’m just using the same brush for the past three colors. Oh yeah, that’s giving me a little bit more
sparkle even than the other color did. Can you see the difference between these two? This one is definitely way more glowy. I’m taking Suva Beauty Denarau, that same
cool burgundy, and I’m going to work this over my lower lid. I’m going to avoid the inner part of my eye
just because my eye’s pretty much healed from that stye that I had, but I don’t really want
to risk even getting anything too close to it I’m going to switch to Kat Von D’s Powder
Foundation in light 42 to do my inner lower lid, just so I can be careful. Trying not to irritate the area. This is Melt Cosmetics Meanstreak. I’m going to use this with a smaller brush,
and add some more definition at the outer V. I’m just barely tapping the brush onto
the color, and then I’m going to pop it right here, and see if it’s deep enough to add some
definition without going too dark. I didn’t want to use a black, because I just
wanted to deepen this. Yeah I think this is working. I’m basically using it at the outer crease,
and the outer corner of the lid, and then I’m going to go diffuse it with another brush. And the outer lower lid. This is a Real Techniques B04 Brush. It’s the powder blue brush that I love so
much. Meanstreak is definitely the perfect color
for blending with these colors. See it gave me a nice amount of depth. I know sometimes people feel like mattes are
boring, but I at least feel like for me, with my hooded eyes, they help to add some definition
in a flattering way. But, the key is to have enough mattes that
are in different colors so that you’re not just using the same basic browns over and
over again. And then I’m going back with more of the Turkish
Bath at the inner corner, or the inner crease rather. I’m going to do my eyebrows. I’m going to use Colour Pop’s Jet Set Black
Pencil. And I know it’s boring, but it’s what I like. And until Kat Von D releases her eye, I don’t
know what they’re going to be, I guess brow pomades that are going to be in different
colors, it’s probably what I’m going to do. I just always feels like black looks best
with my brows. And I love these Colour Pop pencils. I’ve gone through probably, I don’t know,
five of them, quite a few, probably five. I’m going to put on LA Splash’s Medusa liner,
which is this, I don’t even know, it’s like this this moussey stuff. And I’m using a Sigma E6 brush. I thought this would be a nice change, because normally I just do black. Man, I’m trying to get this inner corner. It’s just a pain in the ass. This container is so just awful because it has this little lid that you have to lift up to get at the color. It’s very messy. I’m going to attempt to curl my lashes. This is It Cosmetics Superhero mascara. I am, however going to put my Eylure Number
5 accent lashes, which basically I use as full lashes. I didn’t really have any fall out, but I did
have a little bit of black from the mascara, because I forget that the It Cosmetics mascara
likes to sometimes just flake. I am going to pop a little bit of the Hourglass
Veil Mineral Primer around my face. Not all over, just in a couple places. I’m going to put on the LA Splash Foundation
in the shade Sesame. This is a little bit too dark for me, but
I think it looks pretty good. And I am bouncing my little beauty blender
all over my face. I think I’m eternally grateful that nobody
ever called it dribbling. Can you imagine if somebody had said, “Hey
I’m going to dribble my foundation on my face like dribbling a basketball?” All right. I’m not sure that I like this foundation applied with a beauty blender, but I wanted to give it try. I’m going to put on some Besame brightening powder in violet. You know what, I’m not going to use a little puff, I’m going to use one of my little make up sponges to put this on. I kind of just want to put it under my eye. Man this foundation looks really cakey now. I mean on the one hand, yay it’s dry, but
on the other hand it looks really freaking cakey. Ugh. Okay. I’m going to try my Flawlessly Ever After
Palette from Makeup Geek. I bought this during Black Friday, but I haven’t
used it yet. So it’s my first time playing with it. I’m going to try the contour powder. I guess this is Tryst. It’s actually a little … I guess I expected
it to be a little cooler tone, but it’s not bad. That side looks fine. This side doesn’t look fine. One side is always Nordstrom, the other side’s always Walmart. Which is this sort of pinkish one right here. Oh, and this is a Sigma F05 small contour. The highlight color is called Gleam and it’s
a white gold I’m guessing. This is a Real Technique setting brush. I love Makeup Geek highlighters, but I don’t
think I like this color on me, which is unfortunate. Yeah, I don’t know, I feel like it’s too gold. If it was more white based, it probably would
be better. I guess it looks pretty natural I just don’t
like … All right so I really, pretty much hate this
highlight. I feel like it’s too dark for my skin tone,
because it looks yellow, and I don’t know, I just don’t think it’s flattering at all. I went to go compare it to Nars Albatross,
and Nars Albatross is lighter. Even though Nars is no longer cruelty free
… Yeah. So I went to go compare it to my Nars Albatross,
and this is Nars Albatross, which is much lighter. And this is the Tryst by Makeup Geek. So what I’m actually going to put on is Tarte
Stunner, which will just catch the light a little better. This is why I almost always stick with my
Makeup Geek Celestial, because I love that one. I think it looks great. So, I am going to use Makeup Geek Celestial
to highlight my eyes. I still hate this highlight. Ugh. Okay, I’m going to put on Makeup Geek Electrify,
which is closer to Nars Albatross and I think it will just … I think it will look better. I think I’m going to put on Black Moon Selene. All right, I misted my face with Milani’s
illuminating mist stuff so that it would not look so powdery and dry. Put my hair up. And now that my hair is done, I’m going to
zoom in so you can see my make up look up close. And I’m not going to try to fuck the camera
with my eyes. I just want you to see the pretty eyeshadow. So here it is, my finished look using almost
all indie products. Please be sure to let me know what you think
in the comments below. If you liked the video and found it fun, entertaining,
informative, or helpful, please give it a thumbs up and share. Thanks so much for watching.

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