Get the Look | Fire Walking – Makeup Tutorial Feat. Morphe Boss Mood.

Hey Hey! I bet ya’ll thought I was full of it when I said I wasn’t going to give blogging for YouTube. Gotcha beetch! I literally just tripled my work load instead. LOL!

Today, I have a quick Get the Look using the Boss Mood Palette from Morphe. Review is coming, I promise. I been a busy gal. Anyway, I wanted to do something fiery and fun, and this is the look I came up with. We got some vibrant oranges, and pea greens going paired with some glowy AF skin. For the lips, I got two options, something kind of neutral and then a super spicy bold orange red matte lip.

So if you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below.

The star of today’s show is the Morphe Boss Mood Palette and the vibrant oranges inside.

I couldn’t have come up with a better palette to be honest, dude. These colors scream my name.

Let’s get started here. First things first, I have primed my eyes, concealed and done brows. I left the concealer unset because I find that works better with these shadows.

On to the color.

For the transition, I went right in with this bright orange called Fired Up.

Fired Up went into the crease and transition area on a large fluffy brush.

Now for some depth.

On a smaller brush I took the matte red called Red Carpet on the outer V and into the crease.

I blended Red Carpet out with the matte orange shade around the edges.

To the lid we go.

On a damp flat brush, I took the shade called Confidence, a shimmery metallic deep coral.

I focused this shade just on the outer half of the lid.

On the inner part of the lid, I went in with Bright Eyes on a damp brush.

Bright Eyes is a metallic amber with gold micro glitter.

I really packed this shade on to get all the glittery impact.

I also went back and added some more matte orange and matte red into the crease.

To really add some drama, I did a nice elongated wing and highlighted the inner corner with a champagne gold highlighter.

On the lower lash line, I took Fired Up, the matte orange and blended it a little over half way across with a pencil brush.

Now things get a little interesting.

Morphe Boss Mood Eyeshadow Palette - Bold Moves

On a damp detailer brush, I took Bold Moves, a metallic golden pear.

Bold Moves went on the inner part of the lower lash line, blending into Fired Up.

To give everything a smooth blended look, I went in next with Express Yo’self.

Express Yo’self is a matte moss shade.

This shade went just below the metallic green, just to give a finished look.

I finished the eyes off with a few coats of Lash Paradise and done!

Now for a couple lip options before I talk about the rest of the face.

The first option is a glossy warm peachy nude. This is Nyx Liquid Suede that was limited edition but is very similar to Colourpop X Kathleen Lights Ultra Satin Lippie in Dreamy. I topped the lipstick with Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip gloss in a nude shade.

And for the second more bold option is Colorpop Ultra Satin Lipstick in Rever, also in collaboration with Ms. Kathleen Lights.

And that is the look. I finished off the face with a warm peachy blush and a golden highlight. Give some summer vibes… or pumpkin patch vibes. Me, ready for Fall? Surely, you jest. I’ve been gothing it up over here lately. Living my best undead vampire life, but I was in the mood for something bright.

If you would like a video tutorial of this look, just let me know below.

Before you go, I just posted my first GRWM over on my YouTube.

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Anna Bankester, author of Bee Beauty is a 30 something, freelance Makeup Artist, and Beauty Blogger in Louisiana with a Southern Gothic flair. She has a background in fine arts and writing but her true passion is makeup and coffee.... and bees

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