Oct 12, 2011

Bleedding Fuscia

Hi =)


This time I'm posting a make-up look. Been a while, I miss doing these. Truth be told, when I finally learnt how to properly swatch shadows I got the urge to swatch my entire eyeshadow collection. Lots of work, am slowly getting there. You wouldn't believe the amount of drafts with pictures I have waiting for me to write reviews and shadow descriptions, it's about 46 posts in the making :D
Learing curve, eh? 


This fun look was really striking in person, suits me really well and I would proudly wear it to public. If it was blue, I would most certainly not.


This time the application is a bit different to my normal ways.
For shadow work, I used all Dazzle Dusts.


Products used:

Crease and upper lid lining smudge: LE Barry M Dazzle Dust 927 Berry Pink
Lower lashline: Barry M Dazzle Dust Orange

highligh: isadora Pearls palette



Application technique:


I first applied highlight and the lid color. And then I lined my upper lashine with black liquid liner.
The liquid liner was then smudged using Berry Pink Dazzle Dust. I defined the crease with berry pink, as well. I swept a bit of orange under the lower lashes. 
Kohl-rimmed the waterines and left my brows natural.
So the main trick in achieving this look is to smudge colorful shadow over still wet liquid liner.
Do you like it?


<3,
V

3 Comments:

CRYS said...

THIS IS GREAT,YOU ARE SO TALENTES:)

Isadonna said...

This looks so beautiful and the orange highlight on the lower lashline makes it a really interesting look :)

The Peach said...

This is sexy! Love how this turned out! And I agree, the orange on the lower lashline is a great touch!

 
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