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Nutcracker Sugarplum Makeup on a Budget

Posted on the 04 January 2019 by Ballerinablogger
It's time to get into Nutcracker! Starting off with a makeup tutorial of the look I have put together for the role of the Sugarplum Fairy, with the help of Kathryn Morgan. I wanted to create something that matched the beautiful tutu and really makes my features stand out while still being soft. And of course, I wanted to do it on a budget! Being a part of a small dance company, you definitely learn how to spend wisely, but still meet high quality results.
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Nutcracker Sugarplum Makeup on a Budget
Nutcracker Sugarplum Makeup on a Budget 
Nutcracker Sugarplum Makeup on a Budget

Below are are the products I used:
Primer: ELF Mineral Infused Face PrimerFoundation: Maybelline Dream Velvet (Warm Porcelain)Powder: Maybelline Dream Wonder (Light Ivory)Eyeshadow: - Jesse's Girl Backstage Collection - ELF 100 Color PaletteEyeliner: ELF eyeliner penLiner Pencil: Loreal Voluminous Smoldering Eyeliner Pencil (Brown)Lash Glue: Duo (White/Clear)Lashes: WispiesMascara: Maybelline FalsiesContour: Maybelline Master ContourBlush: Wet & Wild Mellow Wine BlushLip Liner: Revlon Color Stay (Pink/Rose)Lipstick:  - Revlon Really Red - Revlon Love That Red - Maybelline 105 Pink Wink
Brushes:Oval Brush (bought at Marshall's)Various brushes primarily purchased at WalMart
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What is your favorite Nutcracker character look? 

Mine has to be Chocolate from Spain. Leave a comment below and tell me yours!



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