OOOOOOOOOO a make up post! With some color! Before I start this post, I'd like to say that during the winter time when I turn PALE, I like to stick with cooler colors. Kinda like EMBRACING my paleness.. LOL I feel that I go straight to an olive complexion and loose all the bronzy glow. Let's face it, it's way too hard to keep up that tan too! I'm not trying to always spray a self tanner or go in a tanning bed. Using pinks, reds and oranges on my eyes makes me feel more "green" since the red hues are complementary to green. Feel me? So let's begin.
Brushes: Crown and SedonaLace. (Make up by Ren Ren has a vortex set of brushed equipped with a brush belt) I think the set is so well put. The fluffy white brush is very close to the 217 blending brush from MAC. Well done RenRen!
MAC Mineralized Shadow: SHE WHO DARES. You might hate me for this, but it was from the Disney collection that came out a while back. I packed the blue shadow on top of the Sugarpill shadow.
MACs PLUMAGE: One of my favorite shadows from MAC. A smokey eye with this single color is just amazing. It's a nice alternative to just the usual black smokey eye. I used this color on my outer crease to create the depth. The matte finish on this shadow really deepens the crease.
Sugarpill: Wow. First time I have used their shadows. What a great quality! I am bummed there wasn't a more natural color in the Beautylish gift bag so I could wear it everyday! The pigment in the shadow is intense with not much fall out! I was impressed! I placed this color on the lid first and then packed on the MAC shadow for the sparkle.
Lashes: MAC. For this look I used #36 lashes. Nice and full.
Lips: I used MACs Cherish lipstick with a glossy pink for a more flush tone. It's pretty heavy on my eyes, so we don't wanna over power. Let the eyes have the spotlight!
I have a tutorial for this coming soon! I just sound like a man and have to do some voice overs. I better get my voice back. 2nd time this year I've lost my voice.
PEACE LOVE AND LIPGLOSS