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Red Hot Makeup Tutorial – Eyes

Lisa from Red Hot Makeup shows us how to get a natural, but sexy look using eyeshadow shades you probably don’t use every day. I usually stick to neutrals, but these highly pigmented Red Hot Makeup mauve and eggplant shades make my green eyes stand out like crazy!

Lisa’s Red Hot Tip:
All I can say is oooh la la! There are so many fabulous and fun shades to choose from in this line. These shadows are vibrant and easy to use. Not sure which shade to get? Try a few and mix them together! The possibilities are simply endless. Have fun experimenting and looking gorgeous while you’re at it!

And, just a reminder that Red Hot Makeup is having a crazy awesome sale right now. Buy any product of $8 or more and get a free blush/highlighter and free kabuki brush ($24 value)! You don’t need a promo code – all orders qualify. Hurry though – quantities are limited.

Check out the other Red Hot video tutorials on Concealer, Blush/Highlights, Lips and Mineral Foundation!

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

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  1. I have never tried Red Hot products before, but with this sale going on I think I will head to the store and get some

  2. Do I hear the beach in the background?

  3. Haha – I was hoping it sounded like the beach. Unfortunately, just the neighbors’ loud cars or something. πŸ™‚

  4. Appreciate this tutorial muchly!

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