Get This Radiant Orchid Makeup Look


1. Apply primer. (I love Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion.)
2. Then on the inner lid and crease place a stripe of gold. Also bring it down to your inner lower lash line. I used mark. fab 5 (I use this set endlessly!)
3. Right after putting a stripe of the gold, place a stripe of pink. I used Shiseido’s shimmering cream pink (PK302) again make this stripe from crease to lid…like a rainbow except it’s side by side. This is a beautiful pink and it blends so well with the other colors!
4. Next apply a stripe of violet. I used Shiseido’s Provence (VI704.)
5.Make a V shape on the outer lid and crease with a deep purple. Also, bring that color down to the lower lash line from the mid to outer portion. I used Aveda’s Dusk Orchard.
6. Place a neutral highlighting color on your brow bone. (Hint: you want to keep the focus on the crease area down, so I chose a matte cream color.)
7. Blend and add color again where needed. I always dab the colors I’m reapplying, so it pops and looks well blended.
8. Apply black liner to the upper lash line and the waterline.
9. Apply mascara.


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Courtney Smith RN BSN

Courtney is a woman who wears many hats in life as wife, mom of seven children (several with disabilities), telemetry staff nurse, public speaker, and as a published author. Some of her notable works include, contributions in Mark I. Pinksy’s, best-seller Amazing Gifts and in world renowned Phyllis Kilbourn’s book, Let All the Children Come. She has created/lead conferences and spoke on a variety of topics in healthcare and disability from the Power of friendship to Autism to Advocating to Caring for the caretaker. Courtney was also the founder of the Links of Love disability ministry model, which was designed to come along side families affected by disability in an effort to not just help families survive, but to thrive! She is a passionate advocate and educator for the caregiver and busy woman and believes that every woman is a masterpiece in the making. Her goal is to help mom’s of those affected by disability and the busy woman in general to tap into and enhance they’re beauty, strength, balance, laughter, and health, so that they can keep pressing in and on through some of life’s toughest matters and busiest times!

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