09 Ryougetsu is one of those palettes that makes me remember why I love SUQQU quads so much: the unusual combination of colors makes you look like a pro at color theory without even trying. Would I ever have thought to mix icy blue with a dark greenish grey? Almost certainly not. So thank you SUQQU, for doing all the creative legwork for me.
I mean, look at that hit of lavender (which is what the icy blue turns on my skin) in my inner corners. It just elevates everything from polished-but-basic to polished-and-imaginative. I added a swipe of SUQQU Gel Eyeliner Pencil in 05/Grey along the lashline for definition, but it’s mostly Ryougetsu you’re seeing.
I’ve gotta say, I’m glad this is a permanent quad. I mean, they really should all be permanent, but I’m just particularly glad this one is because it’s such a good representation of what makes SUQQU quads so special.
I’m also wearing Pure Colour Blush in 08 Momodaidai here, which as predicted is a beautiful, flattering, easy-to-wear shade. It makes my face look fresh and sun-kissed, and just glides on so effortlessly. I think is may just be my favorite Pure Colour Blush to date.
On my lips is 14 Mizukajitsu/Tomato Red, which is…actually a lot less of a coral than I thought it would be and nowhere near red on my lips. I was surprised, but pleasantly so. It’s actually kind of a warm nude, which is admittedly a lot easier to wear and match looks with.
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