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Definitely Ellis Faas creamy eyes paired with Tom Ford emotion proof liners. The only cosmetics to survive hot steamy weather and my hooded, oily lids.

I’m being very repetitive because I keep using the same palettes. Everything I do with Pat McGrath Divine Rose II in particular two matte shades; Xtreme Burgandy and Naked Blush. I always use Xtreme Burgandy around my lash line smoked out and then Melt Burnished gel liner as it intensifies the green in my eyes. Naked Blush is a perfect transition shade and if I want a bit of shimmer I add Divine Dusk to my lid or if I crave bright, I grab Rose Seduction and heat up lid into crease. As far as PMG palettes go, I find this one super versatile and highly complementary to my colouring.

Sydney Grace Mountain Trail palette. Everything blends beautifully.

Chanel Empreinte du Desert – the melted look it gives after a few minutes of wear never fails to make me feel like a pro at blending. Everything just comes together.

The one I put together two days ago using UD Tonic and Dive Bar with CP Zoned Out as my transition, ABH X Jackie Aina Big Wig in my crease and CP Trainwreck in my tear ducts. Perfect mental air conditioning for a very hot, humid day!
My only regret is that I didn’t take any pictures of it.

That’s a beautiful eye look Christine, no wonder you loved the finished effect.
For me, it was yesterday when I did an eye look featuring some of my favourite shades: Cleo (gold) from City Color – all over the lid; the soft green from Chanel’s Tisse D’ Automne on the mobile lid and the soft brown shade from the quad on the lower lid. I do wish that the Chanel quad had a gold shade instead of the pink (which I never, ever use) in the quad.

I’m obsessed with all the looks you do but the Clionadh one was especially stunning!!! Lately I haven’t been wearing makeup but recently I did do a look that was like a brown into burgundy gradient which I really enjoyed doing

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