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Cheeky Rox – Zuzu Luxe Peep Show Palette Tutorial

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Hi everyone!

This week on Thursdays with Cheeky Rox, I’ve got a super simple, golden bronze eyeshadow tutorial using the Zuzu Luxe Peep Show Palette! Zuzu Luxe offers cruelty-free, vegan, and gluten-free luxury cosmetics. The brand is associated with Gabriel Cosmetics making the products extremely high-quality!

Today we’ll be looking at the Peep Show Palette. This palette comes with four beautiful eyeshadows as well as a blush and translucent powder. The range of eyeshadows is perfect for creating a simple, bronzed smokey eye – which I’ll walk you through in the tutorial below! The top left shade, called Amber, is a dazzling gold. The top right eyeshadow is a light brown shimmer color called Toasted. The bottom left corner is a shimmery chocolate brown called Velvet. And finally, the bottom right eyeshadow, named Nude, is fittingly, a neutral ivory. All of the shadows are buttery smooth and nicely pigmented.

The Peep Show Palette also includes a translucent powder and a rosy red blush. The translucent powder has a silky finish and doesn’t cake up when I apply it. It has just the right amount of coverage for my liking! 😉 I usually wouldn’t go for such a pigmented, red blush but this one just gives the perfect flush to my cheeks as long as I don’t go too heavy handed with it! As I said before, the products in this cruelty-free, vegan, and gluten-free palette are unsurpassed in quality and pigmentation. Now, I bet you want to know how to use them – let’s get started with the tutorial!

Zuzu Luxe Peep Show Palette Tutorial

1: Start off with a clean eye. Optionally, you can add an eyeshadow primer if you want the shadows to stay all day.

2: Apply Nude to the upper eyelid in windshield wiper motions. Be sure to stay below the crease of the eye.

3: Use Toasted to define the eyes. Apply this shade directly in the crease of the eyelid as well as on the bottom lash line.

4: Blend the shades out using Velvet to create seamless colors. Finish off the look by adding Amber to the brow bone and inner corner of the eye as a golden highlight.

After finishing these four simple steps, I applied eyeliner and mascara. Then I went on to perfect my skin with the translucent powder available in the palette and give my cheeks a natural flush with the Bitten blush. That’s it! A golden bronze shadow look that would be perfect for any occasion!

I hope you all enjoyed this week’s installment of Thursdays with Cheeky Rox! See you all next week! 🙂

Roxette Howe works in social media marketing with Top Tier Media. She is a huge fan of anything organic – from food to beauty products. She is also a competitive ice dancer. You can visit her blog: www.cheekyrox.com, subscribe to her YouTube Channel & follow her on Twitter under the handle @roxettehowe .

Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.

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Jen Mathews is the Chief Bunny and social media maestro for My Beauty Bunny. She is also the President of Top Tier Media, a social media agency for beauty, fashion, health and lifestyle brands.

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  1. Souhaila El-Souki

    Love it! Love that you are featuring ZuZu/Gabriel. Such a great CF brand!

  2. Thank you so much! The diagram is especially helpful as is the breakdown of the pigmentation level!!! This makes recommendations SO much easier! Thanks for putting in the extra work so that the reader will know whether or not this is a worthwhile thing to buy!!!

  3. Gorgeous palette and look! I love the color selection and hope to try more from this brand.

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