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So this look is inspired by Angelina Jolie’s version of Maleficent. I used a bunch of different eyeshadows and face products. Basically, I wanted a somewhat neutral, smokey eye, with a gold eyeshadow along the browbone. For a contour, I did have it more “severe” before, but blended it out a bit more so that I could go to the movies and not feel…[Read more]

Using the Sleek Lagoon palette, I created this colourful, “under the sea” type of look :).
EYES:
-Nars Smudgeproof primer
From the Sleek Lagoon palette:
-Night sky (outer 1/3 of lid)
-Deep water (crease, and to blend Night Sky into lid)
-Underworld (middle of lid)
-Ariel (first 1/3 of lid)
-Sand dollar (inner corner of eye, to blend Ariel…[Read more]

For today’s look, I went off of a look inspired by the lovely Zabrena on http://myeyeshadowconsultant.com//a
Her post is based on MAC’s Aquadisiac, but I don’t have that eyeshadow nor some others she used, so I duped with what I had. Instead, I used Sleek’s Lagoon palette and some other eyeshadows I have kicking around.

Enjoy :)

Eyes:
-MAC…[Read more]

I was working all day, and am shocked that my eye makeup lasted all day! (Thank you, Urban Decay shadows and Nars primer!) I got compliments on my eye makeup from a few interesting sources today: 2 MAC artists, a lovely friend of mine and her friend! So, I thought I’d share.

Before I do, I’d like to give a huge nod to Zabrena from…[Read more]

A MAC artist did a similar look for me once, and I’ve played with it and made it my own :)

Happy Monday (is there a such thing? why yes! there can be :) ! )

Here’s my face of the day (FOTD)

I used…

EYES:
-MAC Patina (crease)
-MAC carbon (outer v, WELL blended)
-MAC Copperplate (over the outer third of eye)
-MAC Patina (first…[Read more]

Not as happy with today’s eye look, but the idea is what I like lol.

I used:
-MAC Patina (crease)
-Bodyshop Sugar Gaze (inner third of lid)
-Bodyshop Steel My Heart (outer third/outer v)
-MAC Copperplate (middle third of lid)
-MAC Blanc Type (brow/blend)

Then I went in with Patina on the middle of my lid to warm it up a bit. The…[Read more]