Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

If you were using NARS Dogon Eyeshadow, how would you wear it?

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15 thoughts on “How would you wear NARS Dogon Eyeshadow?

  1. I’d wear the dark color all over my lid, and then a lot of mascara:)

  2. Ana

    For daytime, I’ve been sweeping my lid with the taupe shade then using that intense blue-black to set black eyeliner, then using just a bit in the outer corner v. Love it!

  3. Avatar of Etaoin baby in a corner

    I’ve been using the sandy taupe all over with the dark colour as eyeliner and in the outer corner. blush – lancome glowy ballerine, lips guerlain rouge g gemma – pink mauve – my lips but better.

  4. Katie

    I would do a dark blue smoky eye with the taupe as a highlighter on the brow bone for night. I agree with Ana for the daytime wear.

  5. Shilpa

    i wore it last week w/ the darker color on the mid and outer lid, and the lighter taupe color on the inner corner – blended very well, with dolce vita on my lips.

    would love to try it with the taupe all over the lid as well :)

  6. Tyra B

    I would use this in a drag look. Apply the cream colour to the inner two thirds of the upper lid and brow bone. Apply the midnight blue to the outer corner, crease and close to the lower lash line. Blend out the edges to smoke out the edges. Dark plum liner in the lashes and waterlines smokes lash mascara,

  7. Tyra B

    I would use this in a drag look. Apply the cream colour to the inner two thirds of the upper lid and brow bone. Apply the midnight blue to the outer corner, crease and close to the lower lash line. Blend out the edges to smoke out the edges. Dark plum liner in the lashes and waterlines smokey lash mascara, orgasm blush on the tops of the cheekbones, nude or pale pink lips for a night out with the girls or be daring with a red lip. Instant evangelista!!!

  8. Natalie

    i would use brule as a base, the dark blue through the crease, and the shimmering color on the brow bone and inner corners. then i would top it all off with a dramatic cat eye using black track gel liner and tons of black mascara.

  9. Minh-Tam

    i wear the lighter shade all over my lid and blend out my crease with nars laguna bronzer. then i use the dark shade as liner :)

  10. Bridget S.

    The darker shade on the mid and outer lid and the taupe colour all over and layered on top of the blue, it makes it a darkened teal. MAC Mineralized Blush in Gleeful and MAC Syrup lipstick.

  11. Curly

    Taupe over the entire lid and sline the blue across top and bottom lid with a light smoke out. Mak Kissable Slimshine lips and pink blush. Very 80′s.

  12. meme

    I would make a base all over the eyelid with the lighter shade, bringing it out to the inner edge of the eye toward the corners of the eye around the nose. Then I would take a little of the deep blue and blend it into the main lid area, pulling it up a tish to the crease and careful to really blend it out well, but avoiding taking it to the inner corner of the eye. Then I would go back in with the lighter shade putting a bit over the blue smokey eye look created in above step, and blend in a touch of the lighter shade just above the lash line up to the middle of the eye to pop the eye open vs. closing it in from an over done smokey eye look. This latter trick is something I use often on dark smokey eyes to open up the eye, yet still carry the true smokey eye look that is so beautiful. I probably would opt to not use the lighter shade all the way up under the brow, but put another shade that is more matte, still light, but not quite as light as this lightest shade here in this pallet. Even a pencil shadow color/highlighter for under brown like Anastasia makes as to many others, would work well with this look and make it a totally wearable, not over the top smokey eye look.

  13. Jan

    Taupe on the lid and Charcoal as liner in the top lashline
    paired with rosy blush (lancome amourose) and a nude lipstick (benefit lady’s choice)

  14. Mel

    This would be gorge for a summery night out look. The pale color on the lid and the dark color in the crease and smoke it out. Mac bronzer and top it off with Mac Revealing lipglass.