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Hello, fabulouses, and welcome back to Beauty Tues. 

This week, we are going to chat about how the VIP achieved her makeup look from the Frugal Friday: Military Meets Floral blog post featuring oh-so-orange lips. Come on, let’s get the look!

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With the unofficial start of summer underway, every fashionista is looking to punch up her beauty routine–whether it be with new lipsticks, eye shadow palettes, or simple skincare change-ups. The VIP’s big beauty change-up for this summer is adding trendy, bright lipstick shades to my daily makeup routine of sweet and simple eye shadow + black or dark gray eyeliner, and light-rose colored blush. So, I stepped out on a limb that was not classic red with my first summery lip hue, which is a  fun shade of orange–Gypsy by Guerlain. OH. MY. GOODNESS! When I wear Gypsy, I crave adventure and sunshine *wink*

Although the idea of a bright orange lip sounds a bit scary, it is rather quite fabulous! With the variety of  shades out there in Beautyland, you are sure to find the perfect one for your skin tone. Me–I am bit pale complected, so I tend to lean towards pure oranges and bright oranges–those medium tones and almost nude oranges make me look a bit sick. To help you find your perfect orange lipstick, check out this useful article in Harper’s Bazaar!

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Eyeshadows: Lancome Color Design in Off The Rack (metallic) & Color Design in Clock Strikes 12 (matte)

Eyeliner: Laura Mercier Kohl Eye Pencil in Stormy Grey

Mascara: Benefit, They’re Real

Lipstick: Guerlain Rouge in Gypsy

Foundation: Lancome Teint Idole Ultra in 220 Buff

Blush: Laura Mercier Second Skin Cheek Colour in Rose Bloom

Powder: Laura Mercier’s Universal, invisible pressed setting powder

Behind-the-scenes: My photo shoot styling assistant adding Virginia Sweetspire flowers to my hair. It was a nice addition to the photo; however, they were quite tickly with the wind blowing *wink*

Behind-the-scenes: My photo shoot styling assistant adding Virginia Sweetspire flowers to my hair. It was a nice addition to the photo; however, they were quite tickly with the wind blowing *wink*

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Stay Fabulous,

Abby Hathorn

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