- Foundation Primer–Laura Mercier, Oil Free Face Primer
- Foundation–Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free–Mineral Loose Powder Foundation
- Blush–REVLON Powder Brush in 03-Blushed or 02-Tawny Peach or 05-Berry Rich
- Concealer–REVLON ColorStay Blemish Concealer in Medium + PALLADIO Eye Cover Stick in Yellow (I have really, REALLY dark eyelids)
- Eye shadow Base — Clinique Touchbase for Eyes in 17-Nude Rose (For me it is really good, E/S lasts for hours&hours)
- E/S–MAC Eye shadow in GLEAM+Swimming; REVLON Color Stay 12Hour Eye Shadow in 04-Champagne
- Eyeliner–Maybelline Define-a-Line in Soft Black (just on the lower waterline)
- Eyebrow Pencil–Maybelline Expert Eyes in Velvet Black+Dark Brown
- Mascara–Loreal Panoramic Curl (Waterproof) in Black Noir
- Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss in 080-Cherries on the Glow
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Mac Prep and Prime
Studio Fix Fluid in NW15
Clinique all about eyes concealer
Rubenesque Paint Pot
Urban Decay Deluxe Eyeshadow in Honey.
Mac Eyeshadow in Mulch
Mac Blacktrack Fluidline
L’Oréal Telescopic mascara
Please Me Lipstick
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- Manhattan Illuminate Champagne Eyeshadow as base
- Inglot Integra Trio nr 30, the lightest shade of pink for the inner eyelid corner
- Yellow Gold Wibo Eyeshadow for the middle part of eyelid
- Inglot Purple Eyeshadow Trio, nr 152
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1. Using a 217 brush, cover the eyelid and crease with a light layer of Flammable paint
2. Using a 252 brush, highlight the browbone and inner corner of the eyelid with Rondelle eye shadow
3. Using a 242 brush, apply Reflects Blackened Red Glitter to rest of the lid and the crease.
4. Using a 275 brush, apply Carbon eye shadow to the crease and outer corner of the eyelid and blend with 224 brush
5. Using a 266 brush, apply Blacktrack Fluid Line to the upper lash line
6. Using a 219 brush, apply a thick line of Rondelle underneath lower lash line and a thinner line of carbon right underneath the lash line
7. Apply Lash Prep and Prime and Black Plush Lash to the upper lashes (and lower if desired)
8. Apply Feline Power Khol pencil to the waterline
She also used Flirt and Tease blush, blended with a little Reflects Blackened Red glitter on the cheeks, and Back to Del Rio lipstick and Real Desire lipglass.
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Products: Corn shadestick, Bitter eyeshadow, Electric EEL eyeshadow, Chrome Yellow eyeshadow, crystal avalanche eyeshadow, samoas silk eyeshadow, engraved eye-liner, # 36 Lashes and duo glue, ZoomBlack mascara, and auto-de-blu technakohl liner.
Brushes: 242 brush, 217 brush, 224 brush, and 231 brush.
Sarah walks us through the steps she used on her model…
Step 1: taking Corn shadestick apply all over eyelid and a little above eyelid by using a windshield wiping motion with your hand.
Step 2: taking your 242 brush, pick up Bitter eyeshadow and apply to inner corners of eyelids stroking outward towards the middle of the eyelid.
Step 3: taking a clean 242 brush (or use other side of brush) pick up Chrome Yellow eyeshadow and apply to middle of the eyelids. Note: pack on the shadow until desired color is achieved.
Step 4: taking your 224 brush, gently blend the yellow and green slightly together so it doesn’t look like the colors have a line between them.
Step 5: taking your clean 242 brush, pick up Electric Eel eyeshadow and pat onto the outer corners of the eyelids. Again colors may need to be retouched for desired brightness.
Step 6: taking your 231 brush, dust Crystal Avalanche under your eyebrow for a brow highlight.
Step 7: taking your 217 brush, gently blend Samoas Silk into the crease, blending the 2 colors into the middle of the crease.
Step 8: mascara your lashes really good. apply duo glue to the # 36 lashes and apply them.
Step 9: apply Graphblack liner to the bottom waterline (inner membrane) of the eyelids.
Step 10: apply Auto-de-blu liner underneath bottom lash line and blend out with fingers.
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Iva, from Croatia, shares her look!
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