So with that, let's start off with her Grammy's look!
I refuse to discuss the mullet. I...I refuse.
BUT HER MAKEUP! Her skin is flawless, her lipstick is *100 emoji* and I cannot stop looking at her eyes.
Luckily for us babies on a budget, she's a Covergirl brand ambassador, so getting her exact makeup details are as easy as doing a quick Google search!
First, she used the truNaked eyeshadow palette for her eyeshadow -- these are supposed to be dupes for the Naked palettes, so if you already have one of those you don't need to buy this (and vice versa)!
She followed this up with her Intensify Me Liquid Liner, and winged it out the tiniest bit. I liked this liner when I tried it -- it was pigmented and intense, like the name suggests, but it dried out in weeks. I'm a big fan of the NYC Liquid Liner! Cheaper, and, while it's liquid rather than a pen format, won't dry out. If you want to spend a little more, the Stila Liquid Liner is in a pen form and I have never found anything that works as well as that!
She used the new Plumpify BlastPro mascara -- I haven't tried it yet, but I'm a huge fan of the Covergirl Clump Crusher mascara, in the green tube!
She started with her complexion using the CoverGirl truBlend foundation. I prefer L'Oreal TrueMatch because there's more variety in the colors available, but to be fair, I haven't tried this one yet :)
For her bronzer/contour, she used the CoverGirl True Blend Bronzer, to warm up her cheekbones and chisel her face. NYC Bronzer in Sunny is also a great drugstore bronzer!
She added a glowy flush to her skin with CoverGirl truBlend blush -- I also like Milani blush in Luminoso.
Her lipstick was their new Oh! Sugar lipstick in Caramel, which she followed with Jumbo Gloss in Caramel Cream and a touch of the Covergirl Queen Collection in Premier Pink.
Can we talk about her...
Forever obsessed and eternally trying and failing to recreate your looks, you beautiful beautiful Covergirl Queen,