(ENG) Halo or Spotlight Makeup

Hello everyone! I hope you had an amazing holiday and that your new year started great!
Today I bring you a really easy makeup tutorial using the "Spotlight" or "Halo" technique which means to add some brightness to the makeup by darkening the outer and inner corner of the eye and leaving the center blank for a brightening or light eyeshadow. This technique is beautiful and its really eye catching!
I hope you like it and decide to recreate it, if you do please don't forget to tag me with the hashtag #makeupbyAlex_ (with an underscore at the end!)
Thank you for your support and see you next time!

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Products Used: (in order of appearance)


  • “That Gal” brightening face primer by Benefit
  • Colorstay Whipped foundation in “160 Rich Ginger” by Revlon
  • Age defying concealer in “04 Medium deep” by Revlon
  • Clarifying Pressed Powder in “Ivory” by ELF (to set concealer)
  • Nearly Naked pressed powder in “030 Medium” by Revlon (to set foundation)
  • Sun ‘n’ bronze brozing powder in “709 Montauk Bronze” by NYC
  • The Balm Instain blush in “Swiss Dot”
  • Mary-Lou Manizer highlighter by The Balm
  • Setting spray by Urdan Decay
  • Kat Von D high voltage primer
  • Eyeshadow palette “After Glo” by Lorac
  • Jane Cosmetics eyeliner in “Black”
  • Mascara Telescopic Shocking Extensions by Loreal in Blackest Black”
  • Starlook lipliner in “Tipsy”
  • Wet n Wild lipstick in “903C Just Peachy”
  • Gerald Cosmetics (Whitening Lightning) lipgloss in “Coral Craze”

Brushes Used: (in order of appearance)

  • Real Techniques “Buffing” brush
  • Morphe brushes “G2” Brush
  • Real Techniques “Setting” brush
  • Sonia Kashuk “No. 24” brush
  • BH Cosmetics “Blush” brush
  • Ecotools “Deluxe fan” brush

  • Sephora Professionel “10 Crease” brush
  • BH Cosmetics “Flat” brush
  • Real Techniquices duo fiber eye brush
  • The Balm “Crease, Love & Happiness” brush
  • BH Cosmetics “Short shader” brush
  • Real Techniques “Accent” brush

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