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The Look On Sunday


Hello and welcome to my blog. This is the look I took to church last Sunday. Before that let me give you some of the spiritual food I received.

Today's sermon was very relevant to everyone; believer or not. The title of the sermon was "Making the most of life in a fallen world (under the sun)".

The point was to be prepared for the unexpected in life. The reality of everything is, we will all die one day but the believers faith in Christ Jesus will mean that they will not suffer the second death. It's a fact that believer and unbeliever alike die one either from illness, unexpected accident or old age. So everyone must be prepared. Every decision has to be made while you are alive because once you die it will be too late.

The look

For my foundation, I used my Revlon colorstay foundation in mocha. This foundation is for oil and combination skin and also for those with a cooler skin tone. I am more of warm so there was a slight difference between my chest and face. I bought two of these from feel unique website a little over a year ago.  It was very light and my skin was not oil through out the time I wore it. 




I used Barry M storm meteor and MUA cosmetics to achieve the eye shadow look. The dazzling navy blue in the middle of my lid is from mac cosmestics. I have been using mac cosmetic concealer for a long time and just to brighten up my under eye a bit I use L. A girl pro in toffee. I was using Iamn eyebrow pencil however I lost it so I have replaced it with Rimmel London's dark brown eyebrow pencil until I amass enough money to buy a new one. 



I had my hair in high bun as it needs washing. I took out my braids last FridayI was late for church so I had to rush my eye shadow makeup so it didn't turn out exactly how I wanted. I will try and recreate again. 



I have created a similar look before using the Barry M metor storm pallette and this above picture was the result. 

I hope you can get some inspiration from this look. 

Until next time, it's bye from me

Iryn

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