Today was a pretty productive day...which for a Thursday never happens! I got my business for the day of errands running, gym time and some much needed make up time in!!! I'm happy because I even decided to film the look that I came up with...as I have been recently this summer been rocking the neutral look.
Course with it being tutorial worthy...I decided to "glam" it up a bit...so that it can be worn going out or for a special occasion. But because I'm me....I would wear this any old day!
Revlon Photoready Foundation in 005 Natural Beige
Milani HD Advanced Concealer in 02
Sabrina Cosmetics Pressed Powder in #3
ELF Studio Duo Bronzer/Blush Bronzer to contour
Jordana 38 Coral Sandy Beach blush
Hard Candy Baked Bronzer in Tropics for highlight
Victoria Secret Lipliner in Nude Blush
MAC lipstick in Lame
MAC limited edition Lipglass in Moonbathe
*I dabbed a bit of Still Glamours Glee on cupid's bow and middle of lower lip
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Sleek Palette 547 Storm - matte flesh tone color (similar MAC Soft Brown)
MAC Dark Devotion E/S blended into outer V
MAC Gorgeous E/S Highlight
Sleek Palette 547 Storm - Frosty champagne highest point of brows
Still Glamorus Glee Pigment*
P2 Perfect Look Kajal in Black
Essence Multi Action Smokey Eyes Mascara in Black
Revlon Beyond Natural Lashes
*Applied Glee Pigment using "Foil Me" from Glamour Doll Eyes
I wonder if I should've done a strong pretty black liner verses smudging the black pencil into the lash line...Guess I will try doing this look again and see which version I like better!
Figure I would sport a funky hairdo with the look...even paired it off with some earrings I haven't even worn yet!! WOOT WOOT!
Overall, I think the look is pretty...could easily smoke out the crease more and make it more vampy for the evening time.
**Side note, I loved the way the Glamour Doll Eyes "Foil Me" got the pigment to stick...though I'm leery about the actual quality of the pigment I chose today to use. Glee is the only pigment I have left from Still Glamorus (as I swapped someone from the states and gave them all the others I had, minus Glee). As I thought Glee was an interesting color and at the time I did not have any loose shadows similar (I do think I need to swatch my golds and see what I have now).
Using the "Foil Me" really made the color pop as well as adhere to my lid..though I think I used almost too much when I initially started on the eye that I recorded and had to fix it once I turned off the camera. I think a big issue with that was the fact I used my Sigma flat shader brush and that thing picks up a TON of product (which is a good and bad thing). Have to try a a different brush with Glee and see if it was the tool, or the product!!! HA HA