Playing With New Althea Makeup: A Tutorial

What do you do when you get a box full of makeup? For a makeup lover such as myself, the answer is very simple — I will play with them. And if I use them all on one look, that would be some kind of challenge right? Okay, let’s do this!


After priming my skin and eyelids, I started doing my eye makeup with the BCL x Althea Sunrise & Moonrise Eye Palette. First I used the matte light brown on my crease with a fluffy blending brush. Next, I mixed the 3rd and 6th shades, the rose gold and reddish wine, respectively, and packed it on the lids with a damp brush. Next, I took a crease brush and applied the darker brown, the 5th shade or the one on the lower left, on the outer corner. Then, with a domed pencil eye brush, I stamped the purple eyeshadow on the outer third of the lids. I then, took the metallic gold and placed it in the center of the lids. Lastly, with a clean blending brush, I blended out the harsher edges for a cleaner look.

BCL x Althea Sunrise & Moonrise Eye Palette eye look

I wanted more shimmer in my eye look so I used the Spotlight Eye Glitter in Pink Light as a lid topper on the center of my lids using my ring finger. The other eye glitter, Gold Light, I applied on the inner corner of my eyes and on the inner third of the lower lids with a pencil brush.

Althea Makeup Step2

For my face, in place of a foundation, I used the Flawless Creamy Concealer in Ginger. I then used the Petal Velvet Powders to set everything. The shade Warm Beige set almost everything in place except on my undereye, where I set it with the Pink Lavender Petal Velvet Powder to brighten the area up.

Going back to the eye palette, I used the light matte brown shade as my bronzer to warm up my face somehow. For blush, I took the Watercolor Cream Tint in #2 Strawberry Cream, dotted a few on the cheeks and blended them with a stippling blush. To highlight the tops of my cheekbones, bridge of the nose and forehead, I combined the light gold and pale pink shimmery eyeshadows.

Althea Makeup Step3

On the lips I applied the Watercolor Cream Tint #3 Peach Cream all over then the #1 Plum Cream on the inner side of the lips. I was actually aiming for an ombre look but the two shades blended together. The combination does look nice though.

Add some brows, eyeliner and mascara, et voila! a whole look with the new Althea makeup!

Althea Makeup Final Look

What do you guys think? This is my first time doing something like this so please be gentle with the comments.

If you want to check the full swatches of their makeup, go to my post here.

[*Althea Korea has kindly provided the product for review. All opinions are my own.]


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