On this very special holiday, May the Fourth, Linda (@glitterfallout) breaks out the glitter as a touching tribute to Carrie Fisher. She celebrates Carrie’s life while using the MODA® Pro 13PC Wrap to transform into a princess herself. Follow along to achieve a look that would make our space mom proud!
She then moves to her contour with the MODA® Pro Sculpt. “I actually have three of these in my collection. It is a very dense contour brush and good for really chiseling out the cheekbones. I first like to stamp it where I want it, and then go in and blend it out, blending upwards.”
To warm up the face Linda uses bronzer with the MODA® Pro Flat Powder. “This is technically a powder brush, but I like to use it for bronzer because it is very fluffy and it really buffs the product out nicely so you don’t have any harsh lines.”
Using the MODA® Pro Pointed Blush, she applies a light layer of luminous blush. “This is such a great brush. It is….*chef’s kiss* It just gives you such a pretty glow.”
To start the glitter transformation, she uses the MODA® Pro Glow to achieve an intense highlight. “I have put this brush on so many “Favorites” lists of mine. It is my favorite brush of all time. It is THE highlighter brush to end all highlighter brushes.”
Linda uses the MODA® Pro Crease, Detail, and Conceal brushes to begin her eye look, using beautiful gold and bronze tones to match Carrie’s infamous gold bikini. To cut her crease, she uses the Conceal brush instead of a traditional eye brush. She also uses the same brush to press on the star of the show (glitter!) lightly onto her lids. She finishes the look with an extra dose of glitter and a red lip to really make it pop
We will never forget Carrie’s brilliance or spirit - her candor in all things was groundbreaking and the reason she will never truly be gone. We hope you love her as much as we do, and that you can add a little bit of glitter into your life today (or any day) to keep your spirits up. And don’t forget to laugh at yourself!
If my life wasn't funny it would just be true and that is unacceptable.— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) February 17, 2011