Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

If you were using Milani Teal the Truth Eyeshadow, how would you wear it?

What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

Discussion and debate are highly encouraged, and we expect community members to participate respectfully. When asking a question, please check the FAQ section (above) for information about purchasing, price, dupes, and the like. If you have general feedback or need technical support, please contact us.

Comments that include advertisements, self-promotion, insults, etc. may be in violation of our comment policy and subject to deletion. Please see our comment policy for more information.

10 thoughts on “How would you wear Milani Teal the Truth?

  1. Avatar of Shannon Shannon

    On the lid to the crease, blended out with a matte orangey-brown on the crease and browbone. Winged black eyeliner.

  2. Bright Colours like that one I love to wear with nude/ beige on the lid and turquois as eyeliner and in the crease. A nice everyday-look, but special.
    (I did something similiar right here: http://federstrich-pinselschwung.blogspot.com/2011/06/amu-swimming-with-fishes.html)

  3. Jill

    It reminds me of MAC Steamy, and I like wearing Steamy with Amber Lights, a nice bright brown. I love teal sheen eyeshadow with a brown that also has a metallic sheen.

  4. Lauren

    Definitely on the crease, fading out towards the brown bone and under the waterline.

  5. Milani on the lid and under eye as a liner, mac club eyeshadow in the crease, champagne highliter in browbone, and liquid liner on top and coats of mascara

  6. Avatar of Mariselle Marisel

    I love teals with hot pink lips

  7. Megan

    On the upper lid I’d make it a soft natural beige with a higher contrasting brown in the crease (not, too contrasting, but should get itself noticed) annd, using milani

  8. Megan

    On the upper lid I’d make it a soft natural beige with a higher contrasting brown in the crease (not, too contrasting, but should get itself noticed) and, using milani, create a dramatic winged liner on the lower lashline. Tightline waterlines with black. Highlight with a sandy champagne color

  9. heidi

    On the lid with a greenish crease maybe mac swimming, something not as deep as humid. Blended out with a matte brown, say soft brown and a matte or satin highlight shade, maybe brulee, and winged black liner

  10. I’d use the colour along the bottom lash line. A thin or thick winged liner on the top lash with that colour along the bottom.