Monday, August 11th, 2008

If you were using MAC’s Red Flame/Orange Flicker Prolongwear?, what look would you create with it? What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips?

Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include Red Flame/Orange Flicker! Feel free to share links to photos of your look(s) using it in the comments.

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10 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair MAC’s Red Flame/Orange Flicker Prolongwear with?

  1. Carrie

    So far, I love this l/s with just my regular daytime eye – something neutral like satin taupe/innuendo/naked lunch.

  2. Marni

    I agree with Carrie. I would wear this with a neutral eye. Maybe some cat eyes for added funk but it’s a look all on its own!

  3. I just did a mini haul, and they were out of red flame/orange flicker – I was so upset. :(

    Buuuut.. I’d probably pair it with a very light neutral-bronze eye.

    inner lid – bold & brazen
    outer lid – coppering
    crease – antiqued
    over crease – naked lunch
    tear duct/highlight – goldmine

    liner – blacktrack f/l

    cheeks – devil (from the upcoming manish arora)

    lips – red flame w/ orange flicker l/g

  4. Tekoa

    Probably my old faithful Shroom with Malt in the crease. It’s good enough for Dita Von Teese!

  5. Angi

    Funny you ask, I just went and bought this today. Partly because your earlier post about it kept popping in my mind. It looks so different. I happen to have on a warm eye today, Provence piggie, a bit of woodwinked on the lid and antiqued on the crease, and a bronze liner. Margin blush. It goes quite well with this combo.