This teal and magenta makeup look is bright and beautiful

Experimenting with color is a fabulously fun way to play with your makeup. Finding new combinations of tones that make each other pop can take your look to the next level. And if you really want to stand out from the crowd, bring two clashing shades together for stunning results.
The key to creating a successful color clash is your choice of tones. Going for two bright colors can ensure your choice looks deliberate rather than accidental and messy. And choosing one warm and one cool shade, like magenta and teal, makes for a perfect contrast. This look is certainly bold and bright — but it's also surprisingly pretty and wearable, too.
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Materials
- Becca First Light Priming Filter Face Primer
- Tarte Double Duty Shape Tape Concealer
- Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette Volume II
- L'Oreal Paris Infallible 24 HR Eyeshadow in "Endless Sea"
- Armani Beauty Luminous Silk Foundation
- Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector
- Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Baking & Setting Powder in "Pound Cake"
- Dragun Beauty Face Palette
- Almay Lip Vibes Lipstick in "Sleep Later"
- False eyelashes (not pictured)
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Instructions
1. Apply a radiance-boosting primer to your skin.
2. Prime your eyelids with a full-coverage concealer.
3. Take a matte peach eye shadow (we used "Love Handles" from the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette Volume II), and work into the crease.
4. Build up the crease with a matte warm pink (we used "Lolli Mama" from the same Morphe palette).
5. Take a deeper magenta pink (we used "Dance Party" from the same palette), and build up with outer corner.
6. Apply a shimmery teal pressed pigment to the inner half of your lid using a finger.
7. Apply false eyelashes.
8. Use a buffing brush to apply a luminous, medium-coverage foundation.
9. Apply a peach-toned corrector to your under-eyes.
10. Use a full coverage concealer to brighten your under-eyes, and blend using a damp beauty sponge.
11. Set your concealer using a loose powder.
12. Use a light matte bronzer (we used "Fem" from the Dragun Beauty Face Palette) to contour your cheeks.
13. Apply a warm pink blush (we used "BB Girl" from the same Dragun Beauty palette) to the apples of your cheeks.
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14. Fill in your eyebrows.
15. Finish the look by applying a peachy-nude lipstick to your lips.
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