Color Of The Year 2014: Radiant Orchid Tutorial

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Well hello team chameleon!! Finally I decided to create my very first tutorial of 2014!! It has been a long while since I filmed and edited a video, so I warn you this video will be loooooooong (18min), however it is a very detailed, instructional and fun!! If you have ready my previous post on my blog called, “Pantone’s New Color of the Year for 2014 is…” I talked about how excited I was for the new color, ready to shop for fashion and beauty items, and even search my own collection to see what I can find! Well… I did just that…I shopped my collection for some radiant orchid inspired colored beauty items and this is what I found! I was surprised to find these treasures!!

radiant orchid collage

List of products:

Other Items Used in Tutorial:

It was so much fun to shop my current makeup collection even though I may end up purchasing something from the Sephora/Pantone collection when it launches of course!! How about you? Did you search your collection yet to see what you currently own? If so share!! Also if you make videos create a video response so I can see your look or products your are going to rock the radiant orchid trend in 2014. Until then, enjoy my tutorial!!

Step by Step Tutorial

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Makeup Tutorial: Icy Blue Eyes Using Coastal Scents

Here is another tutorial using the coastal scents 42 color double stack shimmer palette. I love the palette like I said before because of the price ($28.95) and the color payoff you get from this awesome company if you haven’t tired their products you should really check them out! The colors I used in this look are:

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Eyes:

Coastal Scents Double Stack shimmer palette:

  • Silver
  • light blue
  • Cobalt blue

Other Eye Products:

Face:

Lips:

The empty palette is used for my Loreal HIP duos is by Japonesque and I purchased it from naimies.com. Oh yeah! My nail color is by China glaze and it is called: watermelon rind. If you want to learn more on this look enjoy this tutorial.

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