Friday, August 10th, 2007


Eyes: Constructivist paint pot (Warm dark brown cream shadow/base), Shroom eyeshadow (light taupe), Woodwinked eyeshadow (warm bronzy brown), Bronze eyeshadow (dark shimmery brown), Carbon eyeshadow (matte black), Ricepaper eyeshadow (neutral highlighter), Indianwood paint pot (bronze gold cream eyeshadow), Graphblack technakohl (black kohl liner), and black mascara.
Face: If you’d like to compliment the eyes, use Margin blush (darker coral) on apples of cheeks with Taupe blush to contour.
Lips: For matching lips, try Curtsy lipstick with Lightswitch 3D lipglass.




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20 thoughts on “MAC Cosmetics – Smokey Brown Look with Constructivist Paint Pot

  1. Lynnette

    I am new to your site. I’m Glad I found it. I love the looks you do. On this particular look, could you please tell me where each shadow is to be placed on the eyelid?

    Thank you

  2. Erin

    Just a note to say you are very much an inspiration. Please keep up the amazing work. Thank you – Erin

  3. Angie

    Hi! I love your look! Can you do I step by step instruction on how to achieve this look please? I’m a newbie when it comes to putting eyeshadow. Thanks in advance.

  4. fiona

    christine you look incredible!!! ive been watching ur tutorials for a month now. making lists on what to buy for the smokey looks. i have to say its nice to see what you look like since ive been seeing pictures of ur eyes and your lips alone. YOU LOOK SO BEAUTIFUL!! : D please keep up the good work. its helping a lot!

  5. Prashalee

    Ur smokey eyebrow make up tips r awesome! I am glad tht i came across ur webpage.thank u so much :)

  6. Missy

    Christine,

    This site is wonderful and you have an absolute doll face. I love the smokey eye look and this helped with the mistakes I’v been making. (blending) Thanks doll!

  7. Sara

    is curtsy usually that pale or is that the lipglass thats making it like that? i can’t decide which lipsticks to buy >.< it is so hard to make decisions using internet product photos but this website helps me soooo much…i look up a product to see if youve used it!

    anyway…i’m kind of between thrills, curtsy or twig twig. i know they arent really alike but i only have enough dinero for one…which do you like? if it helps i am very pale skinned with brown hair

    • Hey Sara! Lightswitch 3D Glass DEFINITELY makes Curtsy look lighter. If you are looking for more of a neutral/lighter lip color, Twig Twig is probably perfect, because it goes on sheerly. Thrills is a pop of color, and Curtsy is semi-sheer, but it does have some color to it.

  8. Mikella

    This is my hands down favorite look on you. Now if only I could find MY hands down favorite look for me LOL :D Your pics are such an inspiration, they give me so many ideas. Keep up the great work.

  9. jes

    absolutely loooooove this look. it’s definitely a sexier version of the ‘natural’ look. i think it’s something you can wear to go to a regular ol’ pub and you’d be the hottest one there, but in a subtle manner, if that makes any sense.. hah!

  10. Homaira

    Hi,
    I really love this look but I have no idea how you used all the colors you listed. CAn you please provide me with a step by step tutorial?Thanks!