Typhany came as an open book. She was willing to try any makeup look, but I could see diva written all over her. No shrinking wall flower here, so I gave Typhany a look she could rock to any one of her favorite party spots. I used my go-to blue shadow Mac's Sea and Sky . For me, MAC can just sell the sea and forget the sky part , the deep cobalt blue is to die for. I gave Typhany a wind tunnel eye, smoldering in the beginning and elongated at the end. Pairing this with a soft bronze highlight allows the blue to stand on its own. As I am applying blush Typh says "I thought I was too dark for blush!!!" Too dark!!!! Oh darling, there is no such thing. Placing a bright pink blush high on her cheeks I proved Typhany wrong and made her smile all at the same time. A two-fer if ever there was one. With all this action on her face a simple bronze lip made Typhany sultry and party ready.
All photos below by Risee Chaderton
Tip. You can pair high voltage eye makeup with a nude or more subtle lip to achieve balance in your makeup looks.