5/21/13

Emerald & Bronze Makeup Tutorial: MAC Temperature Rising

Hope you guys are having a great week so far! Today I'm bringing you a darker look featuring products from the new MAC Temperature Rising collection. Really a look like this would work for any season, but I love how mixing the dark emerald green with warmer bronze tones warm up an otherwise dark look for the warmer months.
Hope you guys love it!



Products Used:
MAC Powerchrome eye pencil in Life's Luxury
MAC eye shadow quad in Bare My Soul
Loreal Super Slim liquid liner pen
Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Perversion
MAC Pro Longwear Bronzer in Nude on Board
MAC Powder Blush in Hot Nights
MAC Lipstick in Caliente
MAC Lipglass in Soft Serenade
not shown in video:
Make Up For Ever HD Liquid Foundation
MAC Brunette brow pencil






21 comments:

  1. I LOVE it!! This look is super pretty - great job :D I will definitely try it myself (but I'm pretty sure it won't look that great haha). Great post!

    X Valérie
    scribblesofvalerie.com

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  2. The shade of green is stunning. Love the metallic finish.

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  3. Looks like an amazing collection! Great tutorial too :)

    Carina xx
    http://www.carstina.com/

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  4. great look! Could you do a haircare and routine vid, just chit chat about what you use and how often? It looks super soft and shiny and that is hard to accomplish especially with blonde hair. I have been watching you for 3 yrs and I have learned a lot about beauty! Thanks for your hard work and dedication!

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  5. This look really suits you, you look amazing! I would so love to get my hands on that quad. I don't have a green like that. In the pan I probably wouldn't have bothered but it looks so good on you.

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  6. Precioso!!!!!



    Besos

    http://ginger-maquillajealos50.blogspot.com.es

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  7. love this look! i have a really great green eyeshadow (very similar to the one you used) that i love but i don't really ever use it because i wasn't sure how. for some reason greens are tough with me because if i'm not careful they tend to look almost "dirty" (?) so i'm going to try this out! thanks!

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  8. OOTD? :) I love all the outfits you put together and wish I could shop like you!!

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  9. Love this look Tiffany!! Soo pretty..

    xo,
    Beauty store: One Stop Beauty Shop

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  10. Could you list the brushes you use, in addition to the makeup products? Thanks!!

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  11. Tiffany, I bought the coastal scents 88 color pallette when you did a CS tutorial a year or so ago. It was the smokey eye. I love that look. Can you do a tutorial using the CS 88 color pallette for people with green eyes. I know you are super busy and can't do all the tutorials people ask so if not can you give me a couple of the colors to use for a look?

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  12. Stunning look! The emerald and gold tones really complement you.
    <3 Carolyn

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  13. LOVE the desk. Been looking for a white desk...tada! found it! thanks. Is there anyway you could give us the MUST HAVE sigma brushes??? I want to buy some but it's overwhelming. Thanks!

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  14. Love the colors on the eyes!

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  15. love the colors! it suits your eyes amazingly

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  16. I've always thought emerald would look great on me, but I was never sure how to wear it. I just picked up some great new products from black opal cosmetics and I'm about to try this out on myself. Thanks for the great tutorial :)

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  17. Great look, definitely going to recreate this with some drugstore shadows that I have!!

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  18. I am so going to buy these products just because this looked so gorgeous on you. You're amazing!

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  19. Thanks for this tutorial Tiffany! I have been wearing this look a lot lately for going out and get compliments on my make up. Though, I do have a problem now, the power chrome pencil needs sharpening but the MAC duo sharpener is too small (pencil is just too large even for the larger sharpener hole) so any tips for other sharpeners?

    Thanks x

    Annie

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