Let’s be clear: this is entirely the result of trying to wear as many eyeshadow colours as I could in one go, which itself is the result of being away from my makeup stash for far too long.
There’s a LOT going on here. I wish I could say there was some method to my madness, but all I did was raid my vanity for products I’d missed using, blended them into utter murkiness and then tried to “tie them together” with not one but two different duochromes – a satin pink-gold and a glitter teal-burgundy. Black liquid liner was the real MVP though, and gave everything a very finished look. False lashes would have been great too, if I had the patience for that sort of thing (which you know I dont)!
I completed the look with bold brows and a deep fuchsia lipstick, Pillowbook from Cle de Peau Beauté. For some reason I have it down in my memory as a burgundy – probably because that’s what it looks like in the tube – so I got a surprise when I applied, but ended up loving its brightening effect on everything. Isn’t it gorgeous? I think it’s the perfect summer/fall transition lipstick, for when you’re dying to wear deeper tones but aren’t quite ready for full-on oxblood yet.
Face: Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation in Y225, Cle de Peau Beauté Concealer in Ivory, MAC Next To Nothing Pressed Powder in Light Plus // Cheeks: Tom Ford Blush in Ravish // Eyes: Make Up For Ever Matte Artist Shadows in M646 Latte, M540 Gray Beige and M928 Eggplant, MAC Eyeshadow in Cranberry, Topshop Chameleon Glow Eyeshadow in Shuffle the Cards, Inglot AMC Pigment in #85, Cle de Peau Beauté Intensifying Liquid Eyeliner, Chanel Inimitable Mascara // Brows: Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Brow in #40 // Lips: Cle de Peau Beauté Lipstick in Pillowbook
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