Get Ready With Me Rosy Bronze Eye Makeup Video

Get Ready With Me Rosy Bronze Eye Makeup Video

In a lot of my videos, I’m wearing very similar makeup and a lot of people have asked for a tutorial of this look. In this Get Ready With Me Video, I share what products I use to get this rosy bronze eye makeup look. Featuring products from Too Faced, Pacifica, Makeup Geek, and more you can learn how to get this look yourself!

An important thing to note is that I am doing this makeup for on camera. What you may not realize is that in my YouTube videos, I have several bright lights shining on me and this tends to wash out my complexion. So this look can be done with a lighter application of products for a more everyday look.

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The products that I used in the Get Ready With Me Rosy Bronze Eye Makeup Video are:

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(5) Comments

  1. Is the Makeup Geek eyeshadow in Cocoa Bear vegan? Carmine is listed in the ingredient list

    1. It is! Makeup Geek uses the same +/- (may or may not contain) ingredient list for all shadows and carmine is listed there, but is not in most shades. Check out this page from Makeup Geek to see what the vegan options are – It’s a lot!

  2. Please note that ColourPop Sheer Lippie Stix in Crunch has CARMINE (CI 75470) in it, therefore it is not a vegan product.

    1. Hi Yvonne,

      As noted in this post, carmine is on the +/- (may or may not contain) ingredient list. ColourPop uses the same +/- list for all of their products, even though most do not contain carmine. I speak to the brand often, and they do keep the non-vegan list in their FAQ up to date. Crunch is, in fact, vegan. 🙂

  3. your Rosy Bronze Eye Makeup Videos are helpful me.and products which you used are also good.

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