sissy" and many of you wanted to know how I got my look! I loved it too, so I thought I would do a quick tutorial. It’s actually super easy. Are you ready? Here we go! TIPS: To start, blend the lightest pink blush in the palette into and slightly above your crease using a fluffy blending brush. Next, once you have that blended out really well, using a blending brush that’s a little more dense, place the bottom left shade from the palette all over your lid, and blend it into the crease. "crossdresser" Moving over to the Morphe 35O palette, use the reddish/coppery shade on the outer half of your lid and into the outer V. I sprayed my shader brush with a setting spray to make the color a little more concentrated. Once you have the color down, take your first fluffy blending brush and make sure everything is blended together. Next, take the first two pink shades from the e.l.f palette and, using a pencil brush, blend them under your lower lash line. Now highlight the inner corners using whatever you’d like. I used Becca’s Champagne Pop pretty heavy-handed to give a super bright glow! "travesti" Note: When using pink eyeshadow, you need to separate the color from the whites of your eyes so you don’t end up looking like you’ve got sore eyes. To do that, I put a brown pencil liner on the water line and plenty of mascara on my lower lash line. Also, add thick, black winged liner! Add mascara, and maybe even falsies, to the top lash line if you don’t have eyelash extensions like I do. TIPS:And there you have it! A bright, but still pretty wearable, pink eyeshadow look! I’m just curious, but what’s your favorite off-the-wall eyeshadow color? I think mine might be pink! "crossdresser tips"Not long ago, Anna, Adia and I collaborated on how we rock pink eyeshadow, "