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If you were using MAC’s Mutiny pigment?, what look would you create with it? What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips?
Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include Mutiny! Feel free to share links to photos of your look(s) using it in the comments.
How does makeup affect your confidence? Does it raise it, give you all of your confidence? Does it lower it?
More Naughty Nauticals! I am LOVING the lips for this look, hands down, totally loving them.
I used Bell Bottom Blue pigment (LE) all over lid, Phloof! eyeshadow on inner lid, Illegal Cargo eyeshadow (LE) on middle of lid, Parfait Amour eyeshadow on middle of lid, Freshwater eyeshadow on outer lid, Pandamonium eyeshadow (LE) on outer crease, Phloof! eyeshadow on brow, Hush eyeshadow above crease, Phloof! eyeshadow on inner lower lash line, Parfait Amour eyeshadow on outer lower lash line, Graphblack technakohl on lower lash line, Royal Wink fluidline on upper lash line, and Plushlash mascara on lashes. I wore Don’t Be Shy blush (LE) with Guerlain Pressed Meteorite in Mythic on cheeks. I had Fun Fun lipstick (LE) with Ms. Fizz dazzleglass (LE) on my lips.
** These are recommendations for dupes based on permanent colors available â€” may not necessarily be identical; they are the closest I can think of!
Bell Bottom Blue = Naval; Illegal Cargo = (can’t think of a permanent dupe); Pandamonium = Knight Divine; Don’t Be Shy = Well Dressed; Fun Fun = Pervette; Ms. Fizz = Flashmode (maybe)
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California ease, hipster cool, and true luxury intersect at Los Angeles’ hottest shopping spot, Robertson Boulevard. May 2008 brings a brand new reason to hit the block: the opening of the sparkling new Robertson Boulevard CHANEL boutique. To celebrate the occasion, Peter Philips, the new Global Creative Director of CHANEL Makeup, has designed four limited-edition must-have nail colours, which will be exclusively available in-store.
This mini-collection of graphic, pop-art shades was inspired by the spirit of Robertson Boulevard itself, a young Hollywood hangout now famous for shopping sprees and see-and-be-seen lunch spots such as The Ivy. Just as Robertson offers a signature blend of trendiness and haute exclusivity, these nail colours are fresh, eclectic, fun — bright as a cloudless California day, and perfect for a destination where every shopper feels like a star.
MELROSE A fun, hot pink destined to become spring’s must-have pedicure
RODEO DRIVE A purple splash: girl power meets the power lunch
L.A. SUNRISE A primary yellow as bright and cheerful as its name
L.A. SUNSET A warm tangerine — just the thing for an afternoon shopping splurge
Available exclusively in-store at the Robertson Boulevard CHANEL Boutique beginning May 30th, 2008, on www.CHANEL.com in July 2008, or call 1.800.550.0005. Each lacquer is $25.00.
Thanks to Zainy for sharing this guest look with us!
- Celine Dion Moisturising Lotion
- Mac Studio Fix Powder
- Mac Studio Fix Fluid in NW 20
- Fluer Power Blush
- Any E/S Highlighter for highlight
- Gold Lemon Pgment (on whole lid)
- Goldmine e/s (on whole lid)
- Carbon e/s (outer lid)
- Copper e/s (lightly applied in between the black lines)
- Ricepaper (lightly on crease and brow bone)
- Eyebrow pencil (in black)
- Covergirl Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner in Balck Onyx (on eyes and above eyes aswell)
- Covergirl Lash Blast
- M.A.C Lip pencil in REDD
- Classic Dame (on whole lips)
- Orange lipstick (patted on inner/half of the lips)
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Lancome Resurface Microdermabrasion Body ($46.00) is my newest addition to my shower regimen. I love exfoliation; it just feels like I’m getting clean, my skin is always incredibly softer post-exfoliation/scurb, and if I could do it every day, I would.
For my body, while I do sugar scrubs once a week or so, I do find that they can be a little rough from time to time. Enter Lancome Resurface Microdermabrasion! They use aluminum oxide crystals and finely ground pumice stone as their exfoliators of choice, which is a very, very fine mixture that you smooth over your skin, massage into it, and come out with gorgeous looking skin.
It is such a fine/small exfoliant, so it is ideal for anyone who has sensitive skin, exfoliates regularly, or may be fair skinned and stronger exfoliants leave tell-tale redness behind. You get a pretty decent sized tube of the stuff for the price, and you really only need a pea-sized amount for each leg. Another thing I like about this is that unlike a lot of my sugar scrubs, this doesn’t have any oiliness to it, so I can use it right before I shave without getting film and residue in my razor afterwards. I’m so in love with this product, and it is the perfect addition to my body care–just in time for summer!