More Like a Bed of Thorns featuring Wet 'n' Wild Bed of Roses

Posted by Christine

01/02

About this Look

Here’s an ATTEMPT to use Wet ‘n’ Wild Bed of Roses quad, which was more of a pain to use than a pleasure. 

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Chanel Cristal de Printemps #4 over Bed of Roses #1
  • Inner lid: Bed of Roses #1
  • Outer lid: Bed of Roses #2
  • Crease: Bed of Roses #4
  • Deep crease: Bed of Roses #3
  • Browbone: Chanel Cristal de Printemps #4 over Bed of Roses #1
  • Lower lash line: Pinky Swear (waterline), Bed of Roses #3, Bed of Roses #1 (inner), Bed of Roses #2 (middle)
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That title that you gave this look has me LOL’ing hard! It actually looks quite pretty, tbh. Something I wouldn’t mind using on Tuesday, but I’ll have to make do with what I have as it’s just too late to order it in time.

The color combo isn’t bad, but the mattes were really tough to blend out and just kept getting muddier as I worked with it and then started to lift a bit randomly creating more patchiness, LOL.

Omg, talk about making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. The look is gorgeous. But I have little patience these days for Tim Gunning e/s. Day job (Pro) is a total workaround, and who wants to take on something you know will be difficult?

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