Makeup Tutorial Using BH Cosmetics 120 Color Palette 2nd Edition

Makeup Tutorial Using BH Cosmetics 120 Color Palette 2nd Edition


bjbj So in this video I’m going to review
the 120 palette second edition, which has a little “2” at the back. That’s so you know
they also have a first edition. And the difference between the first and the second edition is
that the first edition has more vibrant colors, and the second edition is a little bit more
muted. Even though they do have very bright colors, you get a lot more brown tones and
beige tones in the second edition. So it comes in this beautiful glossy case, and when you
open it up you have your first layer and then there’s a little purple cloth. You lift it,
you lift up the first layer, open it up, and you have 120 different colors. Every color
that you can possibly imagine is in this palette. You can do so many different looks with it
and I’ll show you a really beautiful look on my model Chelsea right now. So, just to
talk a little bit about the colors, you have your neutral tones up on top here. Then we
go into peach tones, more orange and warmer tones. Then you have your cool tones; your
purples and your blues over here, green tones. It has, I must admit, a very good mix of shimmer
and matte colors. So you can just mix them all up. Then we have the gold and bronze colors
over here. So down here we have the warm tones which will go beautifully on Chelsea, which
I’m going to do a look with. Then more greens, blues, purples, some silvers and grays over
here, pink colors, and some browns. And another thing I want to mention is there is a true
red color in here which is really, really difficult to find in any makeup line. I haven’t
seen it in any makeup line yet. So this is the 120 edition 2 palette. And now I’m going
to do a look on Chelsea with this beautiful palette. So I’ve already prepped and primed
Chelsea’s skin, I’ve put some foundation, some eyeshadow primer and powder underneath
her eyes, and some lipstick. And right now I’m going to show you this look which has
gold and bronze tones, which is great even for day or night time. I’m going to use the
color right down here, and some browns over here. So first I’m going to apply this golden
tone right on the lash line. So I’m applying it all over,
and you can see how pigmented it is. You really don’t need to get a lot out of the eyeshadow
palette, just dipping it once is enough. So now I’m going to move to this side and use
a little bit of this highlight gold just to put it on her brow bones. To get a really,
really high pigmented effect, I’m going to spray my brush with a little bit of water,
and I’m going to use this bronze tone right over here. This almost makes it like a creamy
finish. It also helps with the falling of the eyeshadow. So I’m applying this also on
the outer corner of her lid. Okay, so now I’ve created a very natural kind of a base.
And just to have a little more fun, I’m going to use one of these bright orange colors to
really make her eyes pop. So I’m using this matte orange and applying it on her crease,
I’m just blending it back and forth. This reminds me of a spring or summer day using
these bright orange colors. See how bright it is and it really shows the color. Now I’m
going to use a little bit of water again, you spray it in the corner of the palette.
I’m going to use this dark gray and I’ll use it as an eyeliner so you can really create
a nice graphic line with it. And I’m going to apply them along her lash line to make
a very graphic pointy eyeliner. As you can see, I used lighter colors on top and then
focusing darker colors just on the lash line to really bring out her eyes. I’m taking it
out a little bit. And then I’m going to do it underneath her
eyes. Look up for me. Then I’m going to use a little bit of this golden color and apply
it underneath over the black that I’ve just applied. What this does is it creates a nice
mix of the two colors and it’s still dark, but it’s a little softer than just a regular
black. It’s like a really dark gold. Okay? Now I’m going to take this dark gray color
again – the one I used for the eyeliner – and I’m going to blend it up. I want to bring
it up towards her temples. I mean, not bring it up all the way towards her temples, but
in that direction, and then blend it in with that same bronze color I used. So this gives
you a really gorgeous, natural effect. I’m going to use this bright orange, I’m going
to just apply it on the brush, and just apply it on her lids. This is the final look and
it’s a little bit more of a natural look using some golds, some bronzes, and a little bit
of the dark black color. And you guys really should try these palettes, they’re amazing.
You get all these colors in one palette for $29.95, you can’t beat that. So go order yours
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