|Rimmel Primer in 002|
Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation in Ivory
Dainty Doll Cream Blusher in Paper Roses
Collection gel eyeliner & topshop liner brush
Fearne Cotton Palette (Christmas '12 Collection) - used top 4 shades
Topshop brow pencil
White MUA eyeliner
Benefit They're Real Mascara
Rimmel lipliner in Dark Tulip
MUA lipstick in shade 1
(Also used collection lasting perfection concealer & elf HD translucent powder)
So it was prom on friday (12th) and it was such a good day, everyone looked stunning and it was so nice seeing everyone dressed up, although dare I say there were some who went a bit overboard with fake tan haha, and I probably was the palest girl there but ah well. But a lad said to me pale skin is classy & more elegant so who can argue with that? :-)
Anyway, I never really intended to go for a black dress but when I tried this one on and it fitted perfectly, I knew it was the one. Also it was a bargain at only £40! I then decided I wanted to go for a vintage glamour/1920's theme because I am obsessed with that era, plus I didn't want to go for a typical prom look. To accessorise the dress i found this black velvet clutch from STAR by Julien Macdonald and felt it was a bit plain compared to the one I originally wanted which was a great gatsby inspired art deco black and silver diamante box clutch, which unfortuntaley had sold out. So whilst in Debenhams I came across this leopard brooch which was perfect as it instantly said '20s'. I also bought my jewellery from Jon Richard at Debenhams which I felt completed the look really nicely.
For shoes I went with my zara dupes of the staple blogger barely there heels from new look, and had my hair in 20's style waves and pinned into a bun. For makeup I based it on the glamourous 'vintage inspired' party make up tutorial by Lisa Eldridge using the products listed above.
Here are a few of my favourite photos of the night, my friends really are the best people - enjoy!