Sugar Plum Berry Ft. Dior Pink Corolle and Chanel Palette Essentielle | MOTD | The Luxe Angel

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Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum 🧚🏾‍♀️

Who didn’t love the Sugar Plum Fairy in Candyland? I’m giving major homage to the throwback board game with this look, as unintentional as it may have been. Of course, I’m still loving my Pink Corolle eyeshadow palette from Dior’s 5 Couleurs Couture line. I’ve hardly utilized color number four from the palette, so I decided to do just that today. As always, I’ve included the product information as well as affiliate links for your shopping pleasure. Enjoy and happy shopping!

Color No. 4

Color number four is a beautiful, metallic silver. It’s quite intense, so I’ve shied away from it for the most part. That changed today as I was ready for something new.

I used four colors from the palette to create today’s makeup look. I used color number four, pictured above, on the central lid It’s the sugar in my sugar plum.

Color No. 1

I used color number one on the inner corners and the inner lids. I also used some on the inside of the lower lash line. It’s a shimmery, pink color that’s fit for a fairy.

Color No. 5

I used color number 5 in the crease and outer V. I also used it on the outside of the lower lash line. I’ve used this color from the palette most often. As the only matte shadow of the lot, it truly is the plum of the pie. I used it to line my upper eyelids as well.

Color No. 3

I used color number 3 as the brow bone highlight. This color has a shimmery, metallic finish, so I only used a tad.

Berry

Pulling double duty, I decided to use color number four as my blush as well. It’s lovely as a blush, so I highly recommend trying it as such.

Bringing more plum into the look made me wish I had a purple shade of lipstick. I then remembered that I do! I at least have something in the same family. The color from Chanel’s Palette Essentielle is a beautiful berry. I recalled that it is intended for use as a blush and a lip color. I have previously only used it as the former, so this was truly an experiment. I was pleasantly surprised.

Chanel Palette Essentielle in 160 Beige Médium

This color formula was super hydrating to the lips! It felt more like a richly colored lip balm. The feel was very reminiscent of the Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Lip Balm. Since I recently ran out of mine, I’m happy to know this color from the palette is a suitable replacement.

Sugar Plum Berry

Makeup Of The Day!

As promised, here is the list of products that I used to achieve this look as well as the affiliate links.

The following affiliate links mean I may earn a commission, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!

Shop This Look!

Concealer: Dior Forever Skin Correct in 4.5N

Setting Powder: Chanel Healthy Glow Sheer Powder in N20

Brows: Chanel Stylo Sourcils Waterproof in 810 Brun Profond

Eyeshadow/Blush: Dior 5 Couleurs Couture in 859 Pink Corolle

Eyeliner: Chanel Le Crayon Khôl in 61 Noir

Mascara: Chanel Inimitable in Noir

Foundation: Chanel Ultra Le Teint in BD141

Finishing Powder/Bronzer: Chanel Poudre Universelle Libre in 152

Lips/Highlight: Chanel Palette Essentielle in 160 Beige Médium

Nails: SXC Cosmetics Glow In The Dark Series 1. Coupon Code: The Luxe Angel 

Accessories

Jewelry: Louis Vuitton

Dress: Calvin Klein Jeans

Cardigan: Amazon

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The Luxe Angel

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