I apologise for the somewhat dull photos. The light just wasn’t cooperating with us, but I really REALLY wanted shots of this shadow look because it’s so different from all the boring neutrals I’ve been wearing lately.
To give you an idea of how this all came together, I started with the olive shade from Rengazome all over my lid, patted a tiny bit of emerald in the outer third of my lid, and blended everything out through the crease with a mix of warm camel and reddish brown. To finish, I deepened the outer V with a mix of red and purple shadows. I used a bright blue pencil on my lower lash line, and a sparkly rose gold pencil on the inner Vs. Full credits are below.
This started as a personal challenge to do something a little different, and I’m quite happy with the result…though the colours did come out a little muddier than I was hoping. I’m a terrible over-blender though, and keeping my colours clean is just something I need to work on improving!
Face: Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Stick Foundation, Cle de Peau Beauté Concealer, Innisfree No-Sebum powder // Eyes: SUQQU Ex-32 Rengazome (olive shade), Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Loaded, Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows in M664 Fawn (Matte), M738 Auburn (Matte), M846 Morello Cherry (Matte) and M928 Eggplant (Matte), Make Up For Ever Aqua XL pencil in I-24, Etude House Play 101 Pencil in #53, Urban Decay Perversion Waterproof Fine-Point Eye Pen, Make up For Ever Excessive Lash Arresting Volume Mascara // Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Dark Brown // Cheeks: Kevyn Aucoin The Sculpting Cream, BECCA Shimmer Skin Perfector Poured Creme in Pearl, BECCA Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflé in Watermelon/Moonstone // Lips: NYX Jumbo Lip Pencil in Pecan, MAC Startrek Lipglass in Pleasure Planet
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