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 make up tutorial Leona Lewis Bleeding Love Inspired


Make up Tutorial Leona Lewis Bleeding Love Inspired  

Since the beautiful and talented Leona Lewis came to our attention after auditioning for X Factor, thousands of girls searched for online make-up tutorials containing tips on how to create her striking look. This how-to guide by internet sensation Lauren Luke received countless hits and went on to become one of the Durham-based make-up guru’s top videos. 

Recreating the look Leona wore in her famous video for Bleeding Love, Lauren uses a mix of cheap make-up and high end cosmetics. 

Lauren starts by applying a MAC shade stick to her eyelid; this provides the base of the stunning smokey eye Leona is seen wearing in the video to the hit single.  

Slightly winging the heavy eye makeup out at the ends, Lauren adds a subtle tick for added definition. Great eye make up for green eyes, brown eyes or blue eyes, this sultry look can be achieved at home on a budget.  

Taking the shade stick under the eyes, Lauren lines the lower lash line and applies MAC’s Deep Blue Green over the lid with an eye shadow brush.  

Using the shade stick first helps to prevent fall out, as well as providing better colour pay off.  

MAC’s Night Light pigment is patted half way along the lid and towards the edges. 

A green MAC pigment is used on the outer corners of the eye, but Lauren says Barry M’s Emerald Green or Khaki are great pocket-friendly alternatives. 

The eyebrows are filled in next with an eye pencil and Lauren finishes this super easy look with a peach MAC lipstick. 

Are you a fan of Leona’s style? Have you had a go at recreating her famous Bleeding Love look? 


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