Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

I used Antique Gold reflects glitter on lid, Daisychain eyeshadow on inner lid, Ochre Style eyeshadow on middle of lid, Charred Eyeshadow on outer lid and crease, Daisychain eyeshadow above crease and on brow, Charred eyeshadow on outer lower lash line, Antique Gold reflects glitter on lower lash line, and Graphblack technakohl on lower lash line. I wore Margin blush on cheeks. I had Antiquitease lipstick with Body Mind lipglass and Boundless 3D glass on my lips.


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22 thoughts on “Looks – Smoky Black and Gold Eye for the Holidays, Originals

  1. Lindsay

    Oohhh..your lip color is really pretty!

  2. very nice combination. You just made a lot of people less scared of combining black/gold/silver. waw!

  3. Sal

    Lovely colour combo! Definitely trying that one soon. Just a quick question- ever thought of toning your eyebrows down a little? Intensity/colour-wise I mean.
    You’re a babe though ;)

    • Thanks, Sal! I used to use a dark brown to fill my brows in – like for a year – but then I really liked the way they looked even darker so I’ve been doing them that way for the past few months.

  4. Gio

    Ohh lovely combination! I love the lip color

  5. Tekoa

    Such a pretty eyeshadow combo. Was the glitter put on first?

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    Very pretty!!!

  7. Skyler

    No idea if you’ll see this comment but if you do:

    Did you put the Reflects glitter on your lid directly FIRST? So primer > Reflects > Daisychain, etc.? I wasn’t sure about that. I’m trying to recreate it so I wanted to be accurate. :P

    • I see all comments (I’m like the great and powerful Wizard of Oz!), so no worries.

      I used Reflects + water-based mixing medium as my base. :)

      • Skyler

        *LOL* You pretty much ARE The Wizard of Make-Up. ;)

        And thanks so much! That’s so neat. I am so in love with the Reflects Glitters. I’ve never tried them the above way so I will definitely be doing that. Thanks so much for answering my question! :)

  8. Mikella

    haha I agree w/ you being the wizard of makeup :D This is one of the most interesting looks, and by interesting, I mean I love it.. the colours put together are so unique on you, especially the way they bring out the colour of your eyes! I love it.

  9. Shay

    I’m not exactaly good at mixing/ blending eye shado, so it never comes out right even with simple looks. I also dont have the money to get the right things. But you did a wonderful job, and it looks great on you.. :)

  10. Helene

    WOW!! This look was fantastic!! Like it a lot!! Must try with my gold/silver/black shadows I have at home tonight!! (don’t have all of those you used, but hopfully something similar)