Kylie Jenner's Burgundy Palette Makeup Tutorial Is Proof The Star Has Serious Skills
There's little doubt that Kylie Jenner has great taste in products. From her rundown of her favorites on her website or Snapchat to producing incredible products via Kylie Cosmetics, she knows her stuff. As it turns out, Kylie Jenner's burgundy palette makeup tutorial is proof that her product knowledge goes beyond creation and into application. Sure, fans saw Jenner rock a Snapchat makeup tutorial following the release of her KyShadow Bronze Palette, but it's rare that fans get a chance to see Jenner practice her skills on other people. At least it was until she did best friend Anastasia Karanikolaou's makeup (aka Stas) over on her website.
Jenner's tutorial features her latest KyShadow palette: the Burgundy palette to create an everyday makeup look that she explains even she rocks on the regular. The result is a gorgeous, smoked out burgundy eye that's impactful but subtle enough for everyday wear, and it looks perfect of Karanikolaou. In fact, I'm pretty sure Jenner is rocking the same look while applying it to Karanikolaou.
In watching the tutorial, you get an inside look into the products that Jenner uses to create a look she wears herself. From the most obvious product — the Kyshadow Burgundy Palette — to her eyeshadow primer, it's a glimpse into her current arsenal.
What will you need to rock the look?
1. Eyeshadow Primer
Too Faced Shadow Insurance Anti-Crease Eyeshadow Primer, $20, Too Faced
You've got to keep that hard work in place.
2. The Burgundy Palette
KyShadow Burgundy Palette, $42, Kylie Cosmetics
Obviously, this is on the list.
3. Setting Powder
Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder, $38, Sephora
To keep that concealer in check.
Nars Concealer, $25, Sephora
Jenner mixes two shades.
Dior Diorshow Mascara, $28.50, Sephora
For the full rundown of how to use the products, head over to Jenner's website. Plus, you get to see Jenner being herself and having fun, and as funs, that's always worth a watch.
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