I'm back loves with an everyday full coverage glam grwm! I took a couple weeks off of filming and it was SO tough for me but we all can use a break every now and then! In this video I talk a little bit about why I took a break, give you guys a few words of motivation and also show you this highly requested peachy eye makeup look. I wore this look in a few of my previous videos and you guys were loving it and I have good news for you all... it only takes 5 minutes! Check it out here:



Hope this video gave you a bit of positive encouragement for your day! Let me know if it helps you :)


battleforbeauty <3


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How to Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

The power of makeup is truly incredible! You can instantly transform yourself into your most confident self, and if you feel like you want to make your eyes the center of attention, you can!


Check out my latest video and a few new tips on how to make your eyes look bigger.


How to make your eyes look bigger

Cut Crease

Doing a cut crease eye look is the easiest way to make your eyes look bigger. You can define your crease a bit higher than your natural one in order to make your eye appear larger. Top your lid with a light-colored shimmer shade to bring forward your eye for the illusion to make your eye look larger.

Pick a Wispy Lash

Choosing a lash that has shorter lashes in the inner corner and longer lashes on the end give your eye a wider, longer effect

Nude Liner in the Water Line

Probably the top tip you will hear! Applying a nude liner in the water line of your lower lash line will instantly give a brightening and eye-opening effect. You can see the instant difference in my video above ;)


Comment below if you try any of these tips and they work for you! 




The Only Makeup Brushes You Need


So I know you already went ahead and caught my "the only makeup products you need" video and blog, but I couldn't keep you hanging there! We all know we can't do makeup without our brushes too and I feel like this needed it's own dedicated video!

In this video I'm showing you guys the only makeup brushes you need in your kit in order to complete a full makeup look. I show you guys 12 different brushes so you guys have options to choose from but in reality, there are only 7 brushes you need, so let's dive in!

OH, stay tuned through the end because I included a bonus section of brushes that I personally use on a daily basis as well, but aren't necessarily brushes you need for a full makeup look. PS, they're awesome ;)


Face Brushes

Beautyblender Pro: $20

  • Blending concealer
  • Blending foundation
  • Blending cream products (contour, blush, highlight, etc.)
  • Blending your lifeee...

Sigma F80 Flat Top Kabuki: $25

*best foundation brush I've ever used, use code battle10 for 10% off ;)

  • Blending foundation
  • Blending concealer
  • Blending cream products (contour specifically)

Morphe R14: $10

  • Blending bronzer and/or contour

Sigma Small Contour F05: $22

  • Blending contour and/or bronzer

Morphe R36: $8

  • Distributing powder highlight
  • Blending powder contour

Morphe M105: $5

  • Blending powder blush
  • Blending powder contour

Sigma Spotlight Duster F37: $25

  • Blending powder blush
  • Blending powder contour
  • Blending powder highlight
  • Setting your face with loose or pressed powder
  • Blending body highlight

Detail Brushes


  • Brushing up brows
  • Brushing product out of brows
  • Getting mascara clumps out of your lashes

Sigma E40: $22

  • Blending eyeshadow (transition shades, crease colors, etc.)

Morphe M518: $6

  • Blending eyeshadow (transition shades, crease colors, etc.)
  • *a little bit bigger than the E40 for bigger eyes

Morphe R39: $6

  • Blending eyeshadow (transition shades, crease colors, outer corner colors)
  • *a bit smaller than the E40 and more dense to distribute more pigmented shadows
  • Blending the lower lash line

Morphe M421: $3.50

  • Cutting the crease
  • Packing on pigment to the lid
  • Inner corner highlight
  • Brow bone highlight


Morphe M572: $6

  • Nose contour
  • Nose baking

Sigma P82: $7 (on sale!)

  • Buffing in eye primer

Morphe M578: $4

  • Blending shadows on the lower lash line
  • Bullet brush for precise crease application 


For those of you who came here looking for more information about their warranty:

*All Sigma brushes are hand-crafted which is why they are such great quality and a bit pricier than others! If a brush isn't up to your standards, you can submit a claim for a replacement. All brushes come with a 2-year warranty which is VERY rare in the beauty world.



battleforbeauty <3







Purple Smokey Eye Tutorial | Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Vault Collection


We're back with another tutorial using the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Vault Collection!

After I struggled with the first palette I used, I decided to take your guys' suggestion and use the bling boss palette for this second look. I didn't want to take the one dark magic palette as a reflection of the entire collection so I will be using this one on camera, and the other two in my own time (follow my stories @battle4beauty for immediate updates) and giving you all a complete individual review in this blog post right here.


Check out the tutorial and thoughts on this look and bling boss palette! All product details listed below: