The North Star Glitters products featured in this makeup tutorial were provided for editorial consideration. All opinions are 100% my own.
Ah, a good old smokey eyeshadow look. What’s better than this classic makeup technique? Adding some glitter to it! For this makeup tutorial I used one of the North Star Glitters Star Jars that I reviewed recently to add a bit of glitz and glam to my charcoal smokey eyeshadow.
Let me tell you something about the cosmetics glitters from North Star Glitters – they’re phenomenal. I’m officially obsessed and am SO glad they exist because they make glitter application ridiculously easy!
Take look at the video and see how all I have to do is pat the glitter on my eyelids with the pad of my ring finger, and it stays put! For hours!
North Star Glitters are pretty amazing and if you do enjoy glitter you will love these products which can be used on your hair and other areas of your skin. The owner of North Star Glitters has generously partnered with Painted Ladies on a giveaway and is giving FIVE readers the chance to win 3 North Star Glitters Star Jars (the one I used in this tutorial) in the shades of their choice. This giveaway is open to residents of the USA and ends 7/10/2017 at 11:59 pm PST. To enter, follow the Giveaway Tools widget below:
Are you ready for details of the makeup in the video? Here’s what I’m wearing in the smokey glitter eyeshadow tutorial with North Start Glitters:
Cosmedix Shineless Oil-Free Moisturizer
Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation in Y405
Tarte Shape Tape in Tan
Maybelline Fit Me! Loose Finishing Powder in Light
IT Cosmetics YouSculpted! Palette
Ittse The Glambition Collection
Milani Eyeshadow Primer
Prestige Cosmetics Bold Trio Eyeshadow in Smoke & Mirrors
North Star Glitters Star Jar in April
Prestige Cosmetics Velvety Smoky Eye Pencil in Black
Prestige Cosmetics Liquid Liner in Black
ColourPop Brow Pencil in Dope Taupe
NYX Brow Gel in Blonde
L’oreal Voluminous Feline Mascara
elf Lip Definer and Shaper in Nude
Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in Naked
The peacock fascinator is one I’ve had for years and years! I found it on Etsy a while ago when I was obsessed with fascinators.