Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

If you were using MAC’s Sushi Flower eyeshadow, 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 Sushi Flower! Feel free to share links to photos of your look(s) using it in the comments.

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36 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair Sushi Flower eyeshadow with?

  1. Kristen

    There’s three looks I usually include Sushi Flower in. I either wear it on my lid, with Passionate on the crease, on my outer lid with Paradisco on the inner lid, or lightly on my crease with a neutral lid, like Naked Lunch.

  2. claudine

    ohhh i will submit a guest look with sushi flower yay

  3. Nell

    The only way I can imagine wearing sushi flower is on my cheeks. I look very strange with bright eye makeup. Great color though!

  4. Claudine,

    I hope you do! I have been contemplating buying this color, so I would love to see what could be done with it :)

  5. waytoomuch

    Ooooh – I love Sushi Flower! Here’s how I wear it most of the time…
    Vanilla – on the lid
    Motif or Nanogold – under the brow
    Paradisco – to build up my entire crease
    Sushi Flower – outer half of crease
    Sketch – outer corner

  6. Gina

    I never found a way for sushi flower to look good around my eye; however, I dabbed some of it on top of some clear lip gloss that I was wearing and made a gorgeous hot pink lip shade!

  7. Milan

    I just did a smokey pink and grey eye not too long ago. I used Girl Friendly paint pot as a base. Da Bling e/s on the lid, Sushi flower e/s on the outer lid (blended up towards the crease), Print eyeshadow on the outer crease and blended over into the inner crease for a smoke effect. Pearl ccb to highlight under my brows with white tie e/s over the Pearl to intensify the highlight. All blended well. Black track eyeliner on lid, Feline eyeliner on waterline and lower lash line. Print e/s on one half lower lash line (smudged for smokey effect), Sushi flower e/s on inner lower lash line. Ta da! That’s it.

    I think I paired this eye with magenta lip liner and Sugar Trance lip glass.

  8. Love Sushi Flower!
    I like wearing sushi flower inner lid, Charcoal Brown mid lid and Sumptuous Olive outer Lid.

  9. Beda

    As part of a rainbow look!

  10. Thalia

    Bitter on the lid + Sushi Flower in the crease = Barbie loves MAC for warm-toned gals :)

  11. dawn

    I really like Sushi Flower. I bought it a few weeks ago and I did my friend’s eyes with it. I used Helium Pigment as the base and I blended Sushi Flower in the inner lid with Parfait Amour in the outer lid and Satellite Dreams in the crease.
    When I was buying Sushi Flower I tried it with Fresco Rose Paint pot as the base with Stars and Rockets and it looked great.

  12. I LOVE this color! I just finally bought it a week or so ago, and ever since then I have been trying new things with it! I used it with Parfait Amour, I used it with mixing medium as a liner (it’s awesome! Try it!) and yesterday I used it with Kitchmas and Violet pigment as a base, the light pink/coral from the Garden Party Quad from Chanel in the inner lid, Parfait Amour on the outer lid and Sushi Flower in the center lid to blend it all together in the middle! It was GORGEOUS!

  13. Tia

    I would rock sushi flower on my lid and blackberry blended in my outer crease. On my cheeks would be my dollymix blended with my favorite…”Belightful” and on my lips would be girl about town and pink poodle. Muah…Fabulous

  14. Heather

    This color is beautiful as an accent color. I use Painterly Paint Pot as a base, then cover my lid with Blanc Type. I put Graphology in the outer crease (could also use Carbon) to create the smoky affect. Then inside the crease (underneath the darker part) I put Sushi Flower. It makes an awesome pink accent on a smoky eye.

  15. Erin

    Gleam, Naked Lunch, Paradisco, Samoa Silk, Tete-a-tint…

  16. Jill

    Today I wore it with violet pigment on the lid, sushi flower in the crease, with nocturnelle in the outer crease, and pink freeze as a highlight. :)

  17. irem kayra

    I prefer a bit natural look for combining.A clear gloss with a lot of shimmer and peach blush for cheeks, and a bit bronzing skin.

  18. abby

    Hi Christine! Sushi flower looks so pretty when swatched. Do u think it would look good with pen n pink? Do u have any pictures in the pink or purple looks where u used sushi flower?