Art Deco Inspired makeup for redheads with Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales eyeshadow palette

Purchased by Me buttonProducts used:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
L.A. Girl Shady Slim Brow Pencil in Taupe
e.l.f. eyebrow gel
Nyx Epic Ink Liner in Black
Buxom Cosmetics Hold the Line Waterproof Eyeliner in Call Me
Urban Decay Perversion mascara
Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales Treasure in the Stars eyeshadow palette
Hope Girl Magic Skin Primer
L.A. Girl Pro.coverage HD. high-definition long wear illuminating foundation in GLM643 Porcelain
L.A. Girl Pro.conceal in Natural
Wet N Wild Megaglo Hello Halo in Halo, Goodbye
Wet N Wild Megaglo Highlighting Powder in The Sweetest Bling
L.A. Girl Velvet Blush Contour Stick in Crushed Berry
Hope Girl Sebum Control Pore Pact in 01 Mint
Milani lipstick in Enchanted Ruby

Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow, Milani Enchanted Ruby, Wet N Wild highlighter, LA Girl foundation | Be Happy And Buy Polish

A few weeks ago, I spotted this palette from Lorac at my local TJ Maxx. I decided to finally use it today! I’ve been doing my hair a bit different while I wait for my upcoming trim appointment; I think it looks a bit art deco/1920s-ish, hence the art deco inspired makeup look today!

Lorac Treasure in the Stars Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Lorac Treasure in the Stars Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I’m really pleased already with this palette. Good payoff, not a lot of fallout – I’m so glad I bought it! Ghostly is a bit chalky but it isn’t too bad.

Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow swatches Ghostly, Bones, Tell No Tales, Arrgh! | Be Happy And Buy Polish

art deco inspired makeup look for redheads with Lorac Treasure in the Stars Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Above are the 4 shadows I used as part of today’s look: Ghostly, Bones, Tell No Tales, and Arrgh!

art deco inspired makeup look for redheads with Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette, Milani Enchanted Ruby | Be Happy And Buy Polish

eyeshadow look with Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean Ghostly, Bones, Arrgh!, Tell No Tales | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow look with Ghostly, Bones, Arrgh!, Tell No Tales | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I’ve used Arrgh! blended into the crease and outer corner, Tell No Tales on the lid, Bones on the browbone, and Ghostly combined with Bones at the arch.

art deco inspired makeup look for redheads with Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette, Milani lipstick, Wet N Wild, LA Girl | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I didn’t use any bronzer in today’s look, just blush and highlight. I also dug out this old lipstick from Milani – I remember hunting it down at my local Kmart before it closed. It’s such a great lipstick! I have way too many lippies and I tend to go “ooh shiny!” when I see new ones. 😀

I think I could have gone a bit more pale for today’s look but overall, I’m satisfied with how it came out! What do you think?

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5 thoughts on “Art Deco Inspired makeup for redheads with Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales eyeshadow palette

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