Beauty

The Rebel

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The Rebel is one of my favourite looks in the collection. I love green eyeshadow and really want to play with this palette. I showed my sister this look the other day, and I think she fancies a toned down version of this for either herself or us bridemaids, so I will have a play with it.

So the rebel look goes for dramatic eyes, bronzed skin and a nude glossy lip. Here we go! In recreating this I did try to make it more wearable for daytime.

I didn’t actually use the palette for this in the end. I was playing with some MAC shadows and got a similar look. But I’ll get to the eyes in a moment.

Face

I decided to wear one of my more dewier foundations for this look, choosing the beautiful Urban Decay Naked Skin. I have this in a warmer shade, which looks amazing for this look. Under the eyes I applied my usual Bare Minerals Bareskin Concealer, blending with a beauty sponge.

On my cheek bones I applied L’Oreal’s Sculpt Contour Palette to chisel out some cheek bones, and applied Bare Minerals Warmth to warm up my face. On the cheeks I applied a sweeping of MAC’s Melba Blush. Although this isn’t a highlighted look, I applied a subtle hint of Nars The Multiple in Copacabana to make those cheekbones pop a bit more.

I set everything in place with MAC’s Mineralized Skin Finish. This is such a finely milled powder. I love it!

Eyes

I do have the actual palette for the rebel’s look but I had a play around with a few palettes and got a similar look.

I first applied a neutral shade from Stila’s In the Garden Palette called Nectar to prime the lids.

In the crease I then slowly darkened the area using MAC’s Saddle, Charcoal Brown, Handwritten and Espresso in the order. I then darkened the crease further with the shade Sexy from The Balm’s Nude’tude Palette.

On the outer and inner corner I then took MAC’s Plummage, leaving the centre free of colour. Here, I patted Sage from In the Garden, blending it into the darker greens.

On the lower lash line I took Plummage again on the outer corner, joining it with a bit of sage in the inner corner. In the tearduct I applied a small amount of Sassy from Nude’tude.

In the waterline I applied a generous amount of Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock n’ Kohl Liner in Barbarella Brown, and I drew a very fine black line along my upper lash line with Maybelline’s Master Ink Liner.

To finish off the eyes I applied L’Oreal’s Sculpt Lash Mascara and MAC’s Extended Play Gigalash Mascara. To fill in my brows I used Bare Mineral’s Frame and Define brow pencil.

Lips

To finish off the look, I used an old favourite lipstick in the form of Smashbox’s Mauve Matte. To give it the glossy finish from the photo I topped this with Bare Mineral’s Marvelous Moxie Lipgloss in Cream Glaze. This was limited edition, but you can still get it on their website.

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And that is my attempt at recreating Charlotte Tilbury’s The Rebel using other brand’s makeup. The others will follow but I intend to space them out a bit. Hope you’re enjoying this series.

Have a lovely day, and bye for now!

xxx

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