Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Birthday look-book - 2 looks
So these are the 2 looks i had the day before my birthday and on my birthday
So this is the look i had the day before in which i used my
MAC studio sculpt foundation (NW15)
MAC sheer pressed powder (NC25)
MAC defiantly defined powder
Physicians formula - Happy booster blush
BeautyUK - Brush and Blush in rustic
Urban decay - Primer potion
BeautyUK - Jumbo pencil in turquoise/black
Urban decay - Oz Theodora palette using colours jealous then MAC's Amber lights
Loreal Gel liner with brush included in Black
YSL - Mascara in black
MAC lipstick in Up the amp
So the eye look is firstly applying the primer potion to make the shadow adhere to the eye, so take the lighter colour of the duo jealous colour in the Theodora palette, apply this in the corner of the eye as a light highlight then apply up to the middle of the lid and also just above the crease. Then take the darker shade of jealous and work this colour over the lid and blend in with the lighter colour.
Take MAC Amber lights and then use a pencil brush to work this into a v shape in the crease and define the corner of the eye. Then with a fluffy brush work this crease colour down and blend in with the greens of the jealous palette. You will achieve an almost snake-skin affect and the iridescent glitters will make this look more prominent. I used paper tape with this look to catch the glitter fallout which is none to minimal, plus to get the straight and very clean liner on the eye-liner.
Then tightline the corner of the eye and follow into the waterline with the black side of the BeautyUK jumbo pencil, then with the turquoise side line under the water line then blend with a brush into the waterline so its not harsh, but makes the greens pop.
Only product differences
MAC - Temperature rising lipstick - In the pulse
MAC- Temperature rising pro long-wear bronzer - Sun dipped
(Full review/swatches of all MAC products will be coming this week)
So this look used again the same above facial products and the eye makeup steps are the same but i took darker greens plus blended in some light blues and took the turquoise pencil right into the tear duct and used this as the inner highlight, slightly blended but not too much as this is what make the eyes pop with the blue and green shadow. I don't define the upper lid too much when i use the pencil under the waterline. This defines the eye for you.
So what do you think ?
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