Look – Subtle with Shaping and Sculpting Line

I wanted to try to do something subtle, but with some shape, so I figured why not take my sculpting and shaping powders for a spin? I mean, I bought them all, and I pretty much never use them, LOL. And booo, I wanted to get my eye brows done, but the lady I go to is on vacation ’til Sunday 🙁

You will need the following…

  • Eyes: Soft Ochre paint pot (creamy neutral base), Lightsweep shaping powder (PRO) (soft nude), Sculpt sculpting powder (PRO) (soft taupe), Soft Focus shaping powder (PRO) (soft yellow nude), Urban Decay Bourbon 24/7 Liner (warm brown), Too Faced Lash Injection Pin Point mascara (black)
  • Cheeks: Dainty mineralize blush (soft peachy pink)
  • Lips: Burnin’ lipstick (dark purple), Ms. Fizz dazzleglass (shimmery fuchsia-purple)
  • Brushes: 266 (firm, angled brush), 249 (flat, firm brush), 239 (fluffy shadow brush), 129 (dense blush brush)
  • Substitutes: Dainty = Peachykeen; Burnin’ = Cyber; Ms. Fizz = Venetian

Directions: Define brows using a coordinating powder shadow applied with the 266 brush. Apply Soft Ochre paint pot all over the lid as the base with the 249. Apply Lightsweep shaping powder all over lid with the 239. Gently apply Sculpt sculpting powder into the crease with the 239 to define and add shadow. Sweep Soft Focus shaping powder underneath the brow bone to highlight. Finish with Urban Decay Bourbon 24/7 Liner on lower lash line, and Too Faced Lash Injection Pin Point mascara on lashes. Sweep apples of cheeks with Dainty using the 129. Apply Burnin’ lipstick to lips, and then top with Ms. Fizz dazzleglass for color and shine.

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The eye makeup is amazing! It’s like… the perfect nude eye!

The lips shocked me a bit (I was expecting more of the natural stuff) but I really like the color and the overall effect.

Such a gorgeous look – wish I could pull that off (not sure I could though – am blonde, tanned and have blue eyes!).

Your skin looks great here – what foundation do you use?

Hi, Christine! You look gorgeous with dark lips, as always, but what I’m really curious about is the mascara. I’ve tried Two Faced Lash Injection and thought it yielded bold dramatic lashes, but it really clumped after a couple months. What’s the deal with this new one?

I’ll be reviewing it in a bit 🙂 The problem sounds like the product dried up, to be honest. It either dries up quickly on its own OR it wasn’t closed tightly at some point.

Christine, I like the look, but I honestly can’t tell you have any pro products on your eyes. All I can tell is the paint pot, eyeliner and mascara. I guess you’re really good at blending.

Hey Lil! It’s very, very subtle. In the close-ups, I think you can see the colors. In the full-face shot, it is harder to see the subtleties, though.

Do you think applying the lightsweep powder alone would look as nice? I haven’t seen a neutral eye quite like it and i loooove it. Plus everything looks great on you 🙂

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