Pink & Burgundy Look with Wet ‘n’ Wild

Wet ‘n’ Wild Petal Pusher Look

This is a look I did to test out several products I hope to review (some I’ve reviewed at this point, some I haven’t).

You will need the following…

For eyes, start by applying Smudgeproof as your eyeshadow base all over the eye area with the 249.  Apply the lilac eyeshadow to the lower half of the lid with the 239.   Next, apply the copper rose eyeshadow to the upper half of the lid and crease with the 217.  Then, apply the burgundy brown eyeshadow into the crease and blend upward with the 219.  Use Trench eyeshadow to highlight the brow bone and diffuse the crease color with the 217.  Apply Perversion liner on the lower water line and Glisten liner on the lower lash line.  Finish by sweeping lashes with Inimitable Intense mascara.

For cheeks, apply Menage a Trois blush on the apples of the cheeks and pat towards the temple with fingers.

For lips, apply Frivolous pencil for a complementing lip.

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This looks so nice! I was looking for makeup inspiration today, and I’ll see if I have some similar colours and give this a go 🙂 Thanks!

Beautiful! I particularly like these colors on you. I really am digging how much Wet n Wild has stepped it up. I remember buying the brand a loooong time ago when I first got into makeup (I won’t say how long, just that I’m older than you, lol) and it was terrible, waxy, chalky and smelled of plastics

I am loving this look! Those purples are to die for and it looks expensive too…lol. Things don’t have to be expensive to look it! ; ) You are stunning as always Christine!

Amazing colors and payoff from a DS shadow palette! I should hunt this one down.

Oh you have to review the Guerlain Les Violettes!! Wondering if it wears well alone or better as a setting powder. Parure Gold was a win thanks to you.. so I’m wondering if this powder will be a good addition as well.

That coppery rose brown shading is so beautiful! I like the blush very much as well – it’s a pity the NYX range in NZ is so limited and we don’t have Wet ‘n Wild at all 🙁

I love purple on you Christine!

Okay. Wasn’t thrilled with the look of this palette when you reviewed it, but now it’s definitely going on my wishlist! I absolutely love, love, love this look 🙂

Thank you for doing a more affordable line of products for a change: it’s interesting how discerning you are vis a vis quality- you are extremely fair about this, it seems to me- and this information is truly useful for those of us who don’t have easy access to all the high-end brands. I am impressed with you and with the NYX line.

Really? I disagree, but I guess it’s because of how faded the copper rose shade was and how much I had to pack on that I found it pretty disappointing myself!

I purchased the palette because I loved the look you created even though I normally shy away from drug store brands. All of the colors worked well except for the rosey burgundy color. You are a magician to get that much color from it. Can you think of a dupe?

agree w/ the other girls, glad to see wet n wild has raised their standards. beautiful look. i would love to do something similar. i think the crease color kinda reminds me of mac’s trax. i love that color!!

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