onsdagen den 3:e oktober 2012

Burlesque

This is a look that I did ages ago (ok, it might have been two weeks ago actually...) but I just haven't felt like posting it until now.
I used mainly Makeup Geek eyeshadows Burlesque and Bitten for this look.


This is my new favorite combination of eyelahses; Ardell #115 on the top and #108 on the bottom lash line.


I drew in the brows with a dark brown eyeliner pencil and then set them with Makeup Geek's Mocha eyeshadow so that they wouldn't smudge too much.


These top lashes (Ardell #115) are very heavy and make my eyes feel rather sleepy after a while. Does anyone else experience this problem while wearing heavy thick, long lashes? 


A neutral lipstick suits this eye-makeup very good, although I'm sure black lips would look great too. ;) 






Face
*Ultra fluid foundation Alabaster (Kryolan)
*Studio Finish Concealer (M.A.C.)
*White pressed powder (Stargazer)

Eyebrows
*Corrupt (Makeup Geek)

Eyes
*Burlesque (Makeup Geek)
*Milk Jumbo Pencil (NYX)
*Bitten (Makeup Geek)
*White lies (Makeup Geek)
*Corrupt (Makeup Geek)
*Eye kohl Smolder (M.A.C.)
*Fluidline Blacktrack (M.A.C.)
*Ardell #115 false lashes (top), #108 (bottom)

Lips
*Darling (Makeup Geek)

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Tomorrow I will be posting a review on the Makeup Geek gel liners that arrived in the mail yesterday. *Squeal of excitement* It will be a loooong post I suspect, so that's why I made this one so short.

Thank you so much for reading! :)





10 kommentarer:

  1. Haha ja! Jag tycker det känns som om man har en för tung keps som sitter för långt ned när jag har långa, tunga fransar :'D Tröttögon och mindre synfält ^^

    snygg som fasen i övrigt

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Jo det är ju verkligen så! Men känns som att man vänjer sig efter ett tag i alla fall om man använder dem ofta. :3

      Radera
  2. I love the little flick of white at the outer corners. And I'm really looking forward to your review of the MUG liners!

    SvaraRadera
  3. I have less of a problem with "sleepy" lashes than with random breezes. When they push back, they distort my vision!

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Haha, I recognize that problem too! And that they are "bumping into" my sun glasses.

      Radera
  4. I'm with Tante - heavy false lashes are a problem for me in strong wind. Once I ended up with insanely swollen eyes after a day outside with strong gusts. I save false lashes for indoor events, now. :)

    This look is SO striking. I didn't think that was possible with neutral shades.

    SvaraRadera
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    1. That sounds bad! I have that problem too sometimes.

      Thank you! ^_^ I've been experimenting a lot with neutral colors lately.

      Radera