One & Done: Sirius Starlight
About this Look
From inner tearduct to beyond the crease, I applied Sydney Grace Sirius Starlight (from the Quintessence palette) as a one-and-done look. For a really smooth shine and less visible sparkle, you can apply it with a dampened brush or really press it on with a fingertip. (I applied it with a dry, shader brush for the lid and a dry, fluffy brush for beyond the crease).
I applied Borealis mixed with Sirius Starlight on the lower lash line for a more sage-like color.
Oh I love this!
Hi Christine! Since you are doing looks with each colour of the new palettes (that’s a fantistic idea, I love them!) Maybe you could also add these look in the swatches section, as something like ‘swatches on eye’ (as you already do with lips). Swatches of a single colour on eye are so rare (I can understand why…) But so useful compared to the classical arm swatches!
It’s only something I’m doing for the palettes, so it wouldn’t be a regular thing! I’ve spaced these out over months to do it, lol!
This may be my drop dead favorite of all the shades. And I need more e/s like I need the death penalty, but OM everlovin’ G, punish me! I think I need, cross that out, WANT two. My question: please rank the overall palettes on the metallic dimension. It’s all in the blog in terms of individual shades, but how about the palettes as a whole?
They’re all pretty shimmery/metallic – On the Horizon has smoother metallics, not as much sparkle. Quintessence is more metallic and sparkle. Radiant Reflection is a mix of smoother shimmer and sparkle.
One-and-done looks are my secret obsession (since I usually do a pretty glammed-out smokey look every time I do shadow). These shades are beautiful!
Thanks again, Rebel!