Summer Nights Makeup Tutorial

This tutorial was inspired by the ever increasing temperature and the easy-breasy feel summer has :) Super simple, but still pretty! I haven’t used the Naked Palette in awhile, and I forgot how much I love it, considering how simple it is. Total must-have if you don’t already have similar colors or are new to makeup! enjoy :)






Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Naked Palette:

  • Sin
  • Naked
  • Buck
  • Hustle
  • Gunmetal
  • Virgin

Bourjois Liner Clubbing in Electro Blue
MAC NC15 Chromographic Pencil
Lancome Cils Booster Lash Primer
Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara

Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride & Dollface

Lipstick Queen Jean Queen Lip Gloss




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  1. Justine R says:

    Oh my goodness! I’ve been wearing my makeup like this for the past week! I’m just in love with it! The aqua liner with a slight wing (Mac Aqualine) with a gold shimmery eyeshadow (Bedhead palette) and a shimmering champagne color for a highlight (also bedhead palette). I used more liner on my lower lid/ waterline though, I’m pretty well known around here for my strong eyeliner… Last time I tried wearing white eyeliner, I had someone ask me if I was sick…

    • Alex says:

      I love strong eyelinner! :) and your story is hilariouse! (also thanks for the products you listed:) ive been trying to figure out what other makeup i could use other than mac or nyx) ^.^

  2. Dollyh says:

    Your skin looks so incredible lately, Leesha. I’ve been creepin’ your videos for years now and have watched you go through so many products trying to save your skin. What’s your current skin routine? Are you on any medications for acne?

  3. Lucy says:

    What kind of skin routine do you use in the summer? I tried to lighten up to a tinted moisturizer, but I find it makes my skin quite oily. Any suggestions?

  4. Leigh says:

    Great blog! It’s so much better seeing photos of product on actual faces – – makes a world of difference. And listing all the products helps, too – – good job! (AND – – you have a lovely ‘canvas’)

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