Considering it’s a Monday, I normally don’t take a lot of time to my make up especially if I have to work.
However, this Monday is a bit different because:
1. It’s the last day I have to work of my picking up shifts from a co-worker ( I don’t work again until Friday afternoon)
2. The weather is cold, yet the sun keeps fighting with the clouds (and the sun being out always puts me in a good mood)
3. I wanted to play with some Glamour Doll Eyes colors I hadn’t used before (which isn’t completely true, I have used one of the colors).
4. I got up with and out of bed with enough time to actually really play in my makeup!
Thus I came up with this fun, bright multi colored shimmery look.
I wanted to try a white base under the shadows to make the colors pop just a bit more, and I figured I could kill two birds with one stone (trying out a product that I plan on reviewing later). So I prepped the eye using
MAC Paint Pot in Soft Orche
Revlon Cream Shadow (white color) from the Electric Pop
This layering I hope will not only remain creaseless, but give the shadows the pop they justly need.
Applied Wet Glamour Doll Eyes Shadow Masquerade 1st 1/3 of lid
Applied Wet Glamour Doll Eyes Shadow Dirty Jeans middle 1/3 of lid and lower lash line
Applied Wet Glamour Doll Eyes Shadow Backstabber last 1/3 of lid
Glamour Doll Eyes Shadow Making A Scene in the crease
Glamour Doll Eyes Shadow Doll House as highlight and inner tear duct
NYC Liquid EyeLiner in Black upper lash line
Forever 21 Black Eye Pencil from Love Peace Collection in waterline
Loreal Volumnoius Carbon Black Mascara
Since the eyes are bright but semi smokey, I paired some bright lips with the look.
I have just been loving the way NYX Fuschia LipLiner looks with bright eyes. I don’t doubt it’s because I am more partial towards pink for lip color choices, but Fuschia is just the perfect combination of purple and pink in one.
Just to give a little shine to the lips (since I filled in the lips entirely) I added just a bit of Scene Queen, Glamour Gloss available from Glamour Doll Eyes (currently Glamour Gloss is unavailable, but sometime soon it will be back up for sale).
Overall, I’m very happy with this look. I think it the combination of the purple and green with the overall grey sheen to it is pretty. Besides the fact that I believe purple and green are nice colors that help pop brown eyes.
I’m considering trying to recreate this look again but using a matte black in the crease to see (whether or not a matte would be a better choice for the crease).
Hope you like the look! You might end up seeing it again on my YouTube channel.