How To: A Bombshell Look for Valentine’s Days


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Valentine’s Day is around the corner and whether you’re spending it with your significant other or out on the town with your girlfriends, a soft romantic look is always appropriate!

To help create this look, I enlisted the help of some of Cover Girl’s newest products from their Bombshell collection:

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  • Prep eyes with an eye primer
  • Apply Bombshell ShineShadow by LashBlast  in Gold Goddess on eyelid down to lash line.  I like to use a concealer brush when applying cream shadows.
  • Use a medium matte brown in the crease
  • Apply a darker brown in the corner of eyes
  • Line eyes with Bombshell Intensity Liner by LashBlast in Pitch Black Passion. The felt tip applicator makes applying liquid liner easy. Wing the corners slightly at the end for a flirty look.
  • Line bottom lashes using a black shadow
  • Romantic looks calls for lashes and lots of them! Curl eyelashes first and then use Bombshell Volume by LashBlast Mascara in Very Black.


  • To achieve a soft glow, use bronzer along the hairline, the hollows of cheek bones and jaw line.
  • A soft coral blush for a natural flush
  • Highlight cheek bones with a gold shimmer highlighter


  • Line lips with a pink liner
  • Fill with a rose colored lipstick
  • Top with pink gloss


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CoverGirlLogo How To: A Bombshell Look for Valentines DaysIntroducing COVERGIRL’s NEW BOMBSHELL collection – Featuring a revolutionary dual-system mascara that delivers big, sexy Bombshell lashes. Take your look from ordinary to extraordinary!

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by COVERGIRL via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of COVERGIRL.

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