🌈 James Charles Inspired Pride Makeup 🌈

Pride makeup - Urban Decay Cosmetics

So, I’m not going to be reviewing any products today, but I did want to share a little pride makeup look I created the other day… inspired by the incredible James Charles.

For the rainbow cut-crease and waterline, I used a selection of colours from my trusty Urban Decay Full Spectrum palette – a favourite where bright eyeshadows are concerned.

The black flick is, of course, created using the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in ‘Trooper’ – I’ve been compromising for a few months and using different eyeliners because I ran out of this product, but now that I’ve reinvested, I’ve promised to never run-out again.

Words can’t express how easy it is to achieve the perfect flick thanks to the narrow bristles and the formula is just… well, amazing.

I’ve just broken these falsies after a fair few applications (sob) but they were a huge favourite of mine. They’re the Eylure x Katy Perry Colour Pop Blue Lashes and I managed to find them for an incredible price in a discounted makeup store – I LOVE THE FLUFFINESS AND HINT OF COLOUR!

Team all of this with a subtle matte lipstick (Mac Velvet Teddy) and the Pixi Beauty Highlighter from the Rose Set, for the perfect subtle but impactful look.

Let me know what you think of this look in the comment space below!

4 thoughts on “🌈 James Charles Inspired Pride Makeup 🌈

  1. Just saw this look while browsing the posts on your site. Stunning look! I love the combination of the orange with the green. Makes me want to break out my Spectrum palette – been a while since I have used it.

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