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Summer Makeup Tutorial: Featuring the BH Malibu Eyeshadow & Blush Palette

When I first received my Malibu Eyeshadow & Blush Palette from BH Cosmetics, I immediately thought this is a great summertime palette.

BH Malibu Palette

Here is the look I created using this palette

Malibu Face

Malibu MilkApplied the NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk as a base to the lids

Malibu YellowApplied the yellow shade to the inner third of the lid

Malibu GreenApplied the lime green shade to the center of the lid

Malibu TealApplied the matte teal shade to the outer third of the lid

Malibu Blending ColorUsed the tan shade as a blending color for the crease and brow bone

Malibu CreaseApplied the dark brown shade to the outer half of the crease

Malibu Brow BoneUsed the beige shade as a brow bone highlight

Malibu Blue LinerApplied the Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner in Navy to the upper lash line

Malibu Brown LinerApplied the Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner in Lionfish to the lower lash line

Malibu MascaraApplied Benefit they’re real! Mascara to the upper lashes

Malibu blushApplied the coral blush to the cheekbones

Malibu HighlightApplied the bronzer to highlight my cheekbones

Malibu Lip GlazeFinished the look with Stila Lip Glaze in Orchard

Malibu Face MakeupFace Makeup

  • NYX Cosmetics Above & Beyond Full Coverage Concealer – Nutmeg
  • NYX Cosmetics Dark Circle Concealer – Deep
  • Lorac Oil-Free Wet/Dry Powder – WD5

Malibu Face Again

Affordable Prom Style

My youngest daughter recently went to her first prom. Naomi didn’t want to spend a lot of money. She is only a sophomore in high school and this wasn’t her school’s prom.


I used mostly BH Cosmetics. The foundation I used was the BH Liquid Foundation in Mocha. I also used colors from the BH Malibu Eyeshadow & Blush Palette for this look.


ImageNaomi curled her hair using the Bellezza Wand.


The dress and shoes Naomi wore is actually her sister’s. The jewelry I purchased was from Charming Charlie (the jewelry was on clearance too).



Not bad for her first prom. I taught her well. 😉