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If you were using MAC Woodwinked eyeshadow, what look would you create with it? What other shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? On lips?
Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include Woodwinked!
P.S. – This is a new idea, so please let me know if you love it or hate it…
Do you think age determines makeup style? Do you think that if you’re a certain age, then your makeup must be a certain way or it, at least, cannot be done in a specific style? Can all ages wear any makeup or do you think there are some rules that should be followed?
This tutorial is designed to show you step-by-step how to line your upper lash line and wing out the liner subtly, which is typically called a cat-eye. This is a perfect look to wear for the holidays and New Year’s Eve parties that are happening frequently. It is also a great match when you want to go for retro-matte red lips or even an ultra glossy lip. Bold lips are always amazing when paired with such a neutral, natural eye.
You will need: Liquid black liner of your choice (Prescriptives), wash of a neutral, low-shimmer color of your choice (Ricepaper), semi-matte darker brown for the crease (Soft Brown), and highlight color of your choice (Casablanca).
Brushes: 239, 219, 266/209
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What do the holidays mean to you? Do you get into the spirit of the holidays? Do you hate this time of year?
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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