Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

If you were using NARS Rated R Eyeshadow Duo, 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!

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13 thoughts on “How would you wear NARS Rated R Eyeshadow Duo?

  1. cherry

    looks like good colours to begin a peacock look to me! lime green, then teal, then the rich blue with a pinkish purple crease and voila!

  2. Kathy S.

    Color blocked: lime green on the inner corner and blue on the outer with a purple crease and thick black liner. That should give a Mondrian look to it that could be fun.

  3. squeezle

    I must confess, I’ve never used the blue in this duo, but I’ve used the lime green along with teal and/or cobalt blue. I’ve also used the lime by itself with black eyeliner, and I’ve sometimes paired it with a tangy shimmery orange for a great sheer summer look.

  4. M.

    Green as wash, blue as smudgy liner, liberal mascara, pale nude gloss.

  5. Lina

    I would get a good white eyeshadow base to cover my whole lid. The blue will be on the outer v of the eye (from the end of the lid going out and into the crease). Blend it to make sure it looks good. The yellow would be an eyepopper so it will go to the lower lash line. Thin on the inside and going abit thick at the end for this eyeshadow color. Finish with a nude blush and a nude lip imo and you would look good.

  6. I wear the green on the lid and blue in the crease with a little black to make a bit of a smoky eye….looks great, love these colors!

  7. Lupe

    Pack the green on the lid to the crease, not letting it peek out too much, and Laguna bronzer in the crease to soften it up nicely. The gold flecks from the eyeshadow and bronzer mesh together perfectly.
    Then some highlighter. I normally to a matte ivory to help keep it low key.
    The blue I use under my lower lashes. Depending on how intense I want the look to be, I thicken for more, and go lightly for a more “natural look”
    Then I line the inside w/either the blue eyeshadow or a white or black eyeliner.

    I get compliments on this ALL DAY when I do it.

  8. Leenie

    Nice colors but I would never wear those colors together

  9. Veronica

    I suspect this duo would wash me out like no other, but if I did wear it, I’d probably just do a colorblock duo around the eyes, with either a very subtle pink or coral lip.

  10. MORENA

    I tried this on in the store and put the green on the lid nD BLUE in the crease and it was beautiful. I didn’t buy it tho because i already had similar greens and blues already, but that shade of blue was gorgeous

  11. Mel

    I’m really not into bright makeup looks anymore, so I’d make a neutral and classy look with this using MAC Soba all over the lid and use the blue color on the outer portion of the lower lash line and bring it in all the way to the middle of the lash line and use green color on the inner portion and blend. Pile on the mascara, and wing out the eyeliner. Contour the cheeks and finish off with a nude glossy lip.

  12. Janelle @ Life.Love.Nailpolish

    The lime green over inner 2/3 of the lid, royal blue on the outer v, violet in the crease, and gold to highlight the inner corner of the eye.

  13. Brandy

    Gold-ish champaign on the lid and highlight, the lime grren in the crease, black liner, and lots of mascara……..blue on the lower lash line…….