kat von d metalmatte palette tutorial

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Welcome back!  My obsession with the Kat Von D MetalMatte palette continues 😉 I created this look as a challenge to myself to use more color, and not jump straight for my favorite warm tones in any given palette.  I was going for more of a green look, but this ended up having more of a blue tone, I think due to the matte grey having some blues in it, as well as the metallic shades having much more blue than green tones in them.  I still really like how this look came out (easy winged liner day for the win!) even if it does feel pretty similar to this blue winged look I did a few months ago.

As always, you can tone this look down or make it more intense by using more or less of the dark matte shadows.

You can watch my Kat Von D MetalMatte palette tutorial below – the audio got messed up somehow (grrr) but once you get to the beginning of the eyeshadow application, it seems to be working fine.  Keep scrolling down for a full list of the products I used in this tutorial.

Volition Beauty Oceanene Defense Gel
Kat Von D MetalMatte Palette
*Stila Stay all Day Liquid Liner
*Marc Jacobs O!Mega Mascara
*Ardell Demi Wispies
*MUFE Ultra HD Stick Foundation
*Beauty Blender Pro
It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye Illuminating
*Nars Creamy Radiant Concealer
RCMA No Color Powder
ColourPop Swerve
*UD 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in Stash
Milk Makeup Lip & Cheek in Swish
Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop (Pressed)
Kat Von D Lolita Liquid Lipstick

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