All About Pink ♥ Tutorial with Colour Chase

Without sounding like almost every girl…ever. I love PINK! I am also a little bit in denial that Summer is basically over, so in my final attempt to hold on to summer a little longer I have done a very pink but very wearable make-up tutorial using Colour Chase cosmetics. This look is lovely for a night out or evening look, it’s not just for girls who love pink but for girls who like to make a statement with bold lips and big lashes which are a huge trend for Autumn Winter 2014/15 (even if I am still stuck in summer!)

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All About Pink ♥ Tutorial with Colour Chase

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All About Pink ♥ Tutorial with Colour Chase

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