Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

If you were using MAC Sweet Strawberry Lipglass?, what look would you create with it? What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips?

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10 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair with MAC Sweet Strawberry Lipglass?

  1. id have a sixties type look.a neutral eye using something like brule all over lid,malt and soft brown in the crease. then blacktrack winged right out and lashings of mascara,or falsies!
    pale face studio sculpt (cos its great!!) and MSF in light then tippy blush and thats about it!
    i think a pink lip needs less eye,,but id go all out on the liner!

  2. Donna

    The other day I wore a lip look with Beet liner,Strayin lipstick and Sweet Strawberry lipglass. I also like Beet and Sweet Strawberry on their own.

  3. Edna

    HK Pink Fish TLC HK Strayin’ LS + HK Sweet Strawberry LG on top!

  4. DevilishDoll

    The other day, I wore Milk Pigment all over lid and up to brow bone and on lower lashline, Sunset B Eyeshadow on lid, just a touch of Stately Black Eyeshadow in crease and outer lid, Sunset B on outer lower lashline, Kitty Power Glitter Eyeliner on lower lashline. Tippy Beauty Powder Blush on cheeks. Fashion Mews Lipstick with She Loves Candy and Sweet Strawberry on lips.

  5. Tami

    I like to wear Sweet Strawberry layered on top of Big Bow lipstick

  6. hi

    Sweet Strawberry is really good for pairing with a winter-to-spring brown smokey eye. Apply shroom e/s all from lashes to brow, woodwinked mixed with sable e/s all over lid, brun e/s to darken in the crease. Apply thin to medium eyeliner lines on top and bottom lash lines, then smoke them with a bit of brun and a smudger (or your finger). Black or black/brown subtle mascara. Fill in, shape, and color eyebrows with a matching brow pencil, apply a small amount of Well Dressed Powder Blush. Finish the look with Long Stem Rose slimshine and a light coat of Sweet Strawberry.

  7. My coloring is around NW10ish, for reference. The other day I was Fun & Games blush (HK), with Mellow Mood l/s and no e/s, just a lot of black mascara. I topped the lipstick with Sweet Strawberry and it was very pretty! Then after lunch when I was re-applying I screwed up and put Shy Girl l/s (cremeteam) on instead of Mellow Mood. Sweet Strawberry over Shy Girl was a NEAT combo!! It brings out the red tones to Sweet Strawberry, but there’s still that pretty blue pearl in it.

  8. Brittany

    I put MAC Jardin Aires all over the lid, Magic Dust to highlight, Urban Decay Mayhem and MAC Moth Brown in the crease. For my cheeks, I layered MAC Pretty Baby over Bare Escentuals Faux Tan. On my lips, I used MAC Angel lipstick and Sweet Strawberry on top. Everything turned out really pretty, especially the lip look.

  9. dawn

    I love this color.
    I really like this lipglass on top of Sweetie Lipstick and also Lickable Lipstick.
    For the eyes, I like it with neutrals. Texture, patina, woodwinked.

  10. Kayc

    I dont wear eyeshadow when I go to school or work, so I usually just line my upper lid and lower lashline with Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner in Zero or with Smashbox Shadow Liner, and apply mascara. I apply HK Tippy blush or NARS Deep Throat on my cheeks. For the lips, I first apply Most Popular lipstick, then layer with BeneFit Silky-Finish l/s in Jing-a-Ling to soften the colour, then finally apply a layer of Sweet Strawberry l/g for a nice finish :)