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COVERGIRL New Year's Glam Makeup

Are you looking for a last minute New Year's Eve party makeup then look no further, because COVERGIRL has you covered!
With their COVERGIRL TruNaked Smoky Shadow palette, eyeshadow primer, and their metallic liquid lipstick. Below I'll be sharing more information about each product and swatches. (Disclosure, I received these products as complementary for testing purposes by COVERGIRL and Influenster. All my opinions are mine and I'm keeping it 100%.)
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COVERGIRL truNaked Smoky Shadow Palette:
This palette is loaded with all the shades you need to create the perfect smoky eyeshadow look. The palette features eight highly pigmented smoky neutrals, they are smoth, and blendable. The come in three types of finishes; matte, satin, and sparkly. This palette is a must if you want a beautiful ombre smoky eyeshadow look.
COVERGIRL LIid Lock Up Eyeshadow Primer:
A lid primer is essential for completing your holiday look. This COVERGIRL'S Lid Lock Up provides the ultimate shadow security. It is great for avoiding creasing, fading, and smudging making sure to extend your glam all night. Simply  apply before your favorite eye shadow to smooth out surface and to achieve a more intensifying eyeshadow. I'm all about a nice all day, stay put eyeshadow. However, once I applied it on my lit it was a bit difficult to blend my eyeshadow, it was intensified, and lasted all day long.

COVERGIRL Melting Pout Metallics Liquid Lipstick
This is a limited edition liquid lipstick, perfect for amping up New Year's Eve! This is COVERGIRL's new generation of gel-based liquid lipstick comes in 12 dimensional metal shades with full coverage color with a smooth, metallic finish. If you feel intimidated to rock a Metallic lipstick this is the perfect occasion to wear it proudly. The shade I receive is 24 Carat and the shade is a beautiful copper metallic.
Time is ticking, make sure you get these beautiful COVERGIRL Smoky Eye Shadow palette, eyeshadow primer, and metallic liquid lipstick. Ring in the New year with a metallic pout!! What's your New Year's makeup look this year?
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