Purple Halo Eye; Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette

Before introducing today’s video, I thought I would give you a run down of my blogging schedule for the next 12 or so weeks over summer. This will change once I return back to education but I will inform you of my new schedule when the time comes.

In the meantime, I am going to be uploading blogposts on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. I will then be uploading videos to my youtube channel every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday – link here if  you haven’t already checked it out and subscribed ;).

Furthermore, there will be blogposts on all the days I upload a video as if you read my Afternoon Tea Come Along With Me blogpost you would know that I mentioned that their will be blogposts that feature extra information and pictures relating to the videos.

To create my purple halo eye, I used the Too Faced chocolate bar palette.


I used the shades white chocolate, milk chocolate, triple fudge, candied violet, amaretto and champagne truffle. 

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The objective of a halo eye is to create the illusion of a more rounded eye.


You create this illusion by having darker shades in the inner and outer third of the eye and having a lighter shade in the centre third.


I massively believe that your Youtube channel reflects you as a person so the content you put out has to be true to you. Things may change in the future, but for now, I have decided I want to make short, creative videos that are almost like a piece of art. Don’t get me wrong, I love watching long, chatty videos, but at this present time, it is not what I want to create. When Youtube turns from a hobby into a job, Youtubers, subconsciously or not, tailer their content to their audience, but as I have a whopping total of 11 subscribers, I am purely making videos for the joy that fills me whilst creating them.

Are you a halo eye makeup or a winged eye makeup kind of gal/guy?

Ruby Red R0ses xoxo


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