Valentine’s Day Makeup feat. W3LL People // Collab with TheGreenQueen and CrueltyFreeVeganBeauty

So happy my first collab day is here! Feels like Christmas! Except it’s (close to) Valentine’s Day. Couldn’t be happier to share this makeup look with you today featuring many of the W3LL People products in my collection. This video is in *no way* sponsored by them – in fact I reached out to see if I could get some kind of coupon code for viewers since this video and next week’s video are dedicated to their brand, but so far no response. I’ll let you know if that changes. Let me know what your Valentine’s Day look would entail, and then hop over to Andie and Danielle’s channels to see the looks they created with the brands they respectively chose. XOXO! Mercedes

Andie’s channel
Danielle’s channel

Products Used
Suntegrity 5-in-1 Natural Moisturizing Face Sunscreen in Light http://bit.ly/1PZgSBG
Tarte Undereye CC Corrector in Light/Medium http://seph.me/1ThiFS3
W3LL People Narcissist Stick Foundation in #3 http://bit.ly/20xKU6D
W3LL People Realist Invisible Setting Powder http://bit.ly/1RaP1iY
W3LL People Bio-Bronzer Stick http://bit.ly/1Pc1Y9F W3LL People Universalist Multi-Stick in #7 Creamy Peony http://bit.ly/1miD6mi
W3LL People Bio-Brightener Stick http://bit.ly/1JuHVyA
bareMinerals Primer Time Eyelid Primer http://seph.me/1eLF7n0
W3LL People Elitist Mineral Eyeshadows in: Sparkling Salmon http://bit.ly/1odo4zQ
Plum Bronze http://bit.ly/1L3LzQG
The All Natural Face Vegan Brow Wax http://bit.ly/1JQWjqp
Tarte Brow Powder in Medium Brown http://seph.me/1PBwXha
Jane Iredale Eye Pencil in Basic Black http://bit.ly/1QojeLp
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara http://seph.me/1P66wBD
W3LL People Universalist Multi-Stick in #8 Dusty Rose http://bit.ly/1Pc27tT

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