Thursday, 15 August 2013

Pleasing Plum

I had more fun playing with my new Glamour Doll Eyes eyeshadows today, and although I originally intended to use 'Candy Floss' to create a very vivid, hot pink smoked out look, I instead ended up combining Candy 'Floss' with their 'Just Bitten' eyeshadow, along with and Urban Decay's 'Creep' to create this gorgeous, shimmering plum shade.

I also added a silver eye pencil along the lower waterline. But me being me, I was clumsy and accidentally  mixed it up with the 'Creep' I had smudged into my lower lashes and it turned into a muggy dark grey colour, instead - Oops! Thankfully, it ended up looking all right and I was still pleased with how it turned out.





EYES:
  • Urban Decay Primer Potion
  • Urban Decay 'Naked' eyeshadow blended into crease
  • Glamour Doll Eyes 'Just Bitten' eyeshadow on inner and outer corners and along lower lash line
  • Glamour Doll Eyes 'Candy Floss' eyeshadow on centre of lid 
  • Urban Decay 'Creep' eyeshadow to deepen crease, inner corner and outer corner and smudged into lower lash line
  • Urban Decay 'Virgin' eyeshadow to highlight inner corner
  • Urban Decay 'Foxy' eyeshadow to slightly highlight brow bone
  • Eyeko Skinny Liquid eyeliner in 'Black' to line eyes
  • Inglot AMC Gel liner in #77 to line upper waterline
  • Unbranded silver eye pencil along lower waterline (although it smudged with 'Creep' and turned into a dark grey)
  • Eyeko Skinny Brush mascara

BROWS:
  • Urban Decay Brow Box in 'Ginger Snap' 
  • MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer in 'NC20' 






6 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful make up , loved it !!! I love purple colors and you did an amazing job !!!

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    xxx

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    1. Thanks you for the kind words, Natassa!

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  2. wow, I love dark looks :) amazing!

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  3. So pretty! I just love purples, they're so complimentary for all eyes.


    Ada | thespianxx

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    1. Thank you, Ada - I don't think anybody can go wrong with a touch of purple, either!

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