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Champagne Makeup Looks To Try

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4 Champagne Makeup Looks To Try

Posted by LiveGlam on Dec 30, 2021

The gorgeous He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not palette is inspiring me to experiment with champagne makeup looks with the shades Golden Hour, Glow+Grow, and Blossom (sparkling rose). These looks are stunning on all skin tones and can be whipped up in mere minutes for any occasion. Pop the bottles! 

Chocolate and champagne smokey eyes


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Champagne and dark brown is a sultry, doe-eyed match. You can increase the depth of the brown shadow to make a more dramatic evening look, or tone it down for day wear. Use any dark brown eyeshadow you have, but I like Chestnuts from the You Better Swatch Out palette. 

The look: chocolate-brown shadow buffed over the lid, into the crease, and under the lower lash line. Shimmery gold and champagne shadows pressed into the center of the lid, the inner corner, and the inner half of the lower lash line. Lots of brown mascara and fluffy brows. Pair with dewy skin and a nude-pink gloss. 

Minimal champagne shimmer eyes with chocolate lashes

A wash of champagne shimmer shadow over the eyelid draws light to the eyes, creating an angelic, minimal aesthetic. Adding deep brown mascara keeps the look soft and rich while enhancing the eye. The perfect look for when you just can’t be bothered with blending dark shadows but you want a little pop! Pair with a rosy blush and stained lips. 

The look: press champagne shimmer over the lid with your ring finger and add lots of brown mascara. Define the brows but keep it soft and fluffy. For a little extra definition, press a brown liner into the upper water line, wiggling it between the lashes. 

Champagne inner corners with blue accents 


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Adding a pop of blue to the eyes freshens any eye look, day or night, all year long. By adding a little dash of blue somewhere around the eye, you’re inviting fun, creativity, and style into your day without going full-on glam. Champagne and blue are a perfect match, evocative of sparkling sun on an aqua ocean. The depth of Golden Hour is ideal for this lovely look. 

The look: press champagne shimmer over the entire lid and define the crease with a brown or bronze shadow. Buff those same shadows under the lower lash line. Take a color like Bright Side from He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not palette on a small liner brush and press it into the outer corner over the eye. Layer more product until you’ve reached the saturation you want. Add mascara and go! 

Forest and Champagne evening eyes 

Fresh Cut from He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not palette is such an enticing shade I keep going back to over and over. The golden undertones make it a perfect pair with a champagne shadow for evening allure. 

The look: buff Fresh Cut over the entire lid and along the lower lash line. Use a deep brown shadow to deepen the crease and add further drama and definition. Press a golden champagne shade onto the center of the lid and into the inner corner. You could up the ante and add a little gold glitter into the center of the lid to catch the light as you move. 




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