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Afrique Palette Fire Yellow Pictorial

I love the Afrique Palette because of all the colour and I will do a look with more colour soon. Today I’m doing this fire look. Which I thought turned out really great.

If you want to know my thoughts on the Afrique Palette I did a review on it. You can click HERE if you’d like to see. So I won’t go into detail here on my thoughts. Just know that I like it.

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Brushes

I used a couple of different brushes for this look. The brushes I used are the Mikasa E300, Mikasa E310, M.U.D (Make-up designory) 610, angled Aesthetica and the Morphe M212.

Afrique Palette

As you can see there are lots of beautiful colours in this palette. For this look, I decided to use the shades Kisi, Cameroon, Bintou, Aya and Kofi. As I said before I will create a look with more of the colours soon. For now, let’s jump into this pictorial.

Afrique Palette Pictorial

Step 1
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The first shade is Kisi and I applied that to my crease and lower lash line. This is a beautiful transition shade. I used the Mikasa E300 to apply into my crease and the Mikasa E310 for my lower lash line.

Step 2
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Next we are going to add the shade Cameroon. I applied this to my crease and lower lash line as well. I used the same brushes, the Mikasa E300 and E310. This shade is such a good shade to deepen that crease.

Step 3
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The third step is adding the shade Bintou to our outer corner. I packed this shade on with the Mikasa E310 and blended and dragged it slightly in my crease with the M.U.D 610.

Don’t worry if your blending isn’t perfect here. You won’t even notice it once we add the other two shades to the inner 3rd of our eye.

Step 4
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Now it’s time to cut that crease. I used my Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer. For cutting your crease you want to start applying the concealer at the bottom and look up. This will help to guide you and let you know how high you should go. I used the angled brush by Aesthetica that had come in my Boxycharm.

Step 5
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Step 5 is this gorgeous yellow shade called Aya. I added that to the inner part of my eye using the Morphe M212. Also, drag that shade in your inner corner down to the inner part of your lower lash line.

Step 6
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I wanted to add a little bit of shimmer to this look and that’s where the shade Kofi came in. Adding this to the center of my eye using the same brush, the Morphe M212.

Once you have gotten the last shade on the center of your eye blend all the shades to look seamless and to your liking. Once you are happy with the look go ahead and add your mascara. For mascara, I used Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint Marcara.

Step 7

Now that we all have our mascara on its false lashes time. I used these Sephora Demure #24 that came in the Sephora #MOOD false lash vault. Which I liked I just wish I would have curled them some beforehand. I found that they sort of layed straight instead of curling up.

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That is all for this look. Let me know what you guys thought. Do you want to see more pictorials using the Afrique Palette? What review would you like me to do next? Also, don’t forget to follow me on social media and subscribe to the newsletter.

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