Saturday, 9 August 2008

Bee In The Bonnet Look

Hey i haven't been able to update this thing for a little bit due to internet hogging and a problem with blogger *sigh*. Anyway story behind this is simply i had to see the doc, so i had to do something natural but magical ;). More suited for warm toned gals - i'm a neutral so i suit all colours - due to the copper hues. I'll do a cool toned pinkie thing at some point to make up for it.

Products used (left to right)

M.A.C Brow Shader - Auburn/Malt
Avon Pressed Powder - Sand
E.L.F All Over Color Stick - Fair
Avon Colortrend Roll N Glow Eyeshadow - Gold
Collection 2000 Sheer Moist Foundation - Porcelain
Avon Mineral Foundation - Ivory

EYESAvon Supershock Mascara - Brown
Boots No.17 Liquid Liner - Brown
Avon Colortrend Pencil Play Eyeliner - White
E.L.F Eye Pencil - Gilded
About Face Pigment - Angels Blush
About Face Pigment - Rockin Egyptian
About Face Pigment - Happy To Be Here
About Face Pigment - Oh Precious Patience
Avon Big Colour Eye Pencil - Creamy Ice

LIPSRimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick - Asia

  1. Buff two thin layers of foundation over face to get a natural sheer coverage, covering up any bad areas with concealer. Fill in brows and set all over with some mineral makeup for full coverage and to mattify the look. Apply some powder under cheekbones, making sure the colour is only a few shades darker than your natural skintone. Apply some gold highlights all over and blend.
  2. Apply creamy ice pencil from lash line to brow and apply angels blush foiled over the top of the pencil to create a waterproof dual shimmer base. Apply happy to be here very lightly over the middle of the lids upto the crease, and gently blend in oh precious patience on the outer lide, slowly blending away the colour outwards to create a natural fading effect. Add some rockin egyptian to the inner corners, tearduct and lower lash line.
  3. Apply some gilded pencil along the top and bottom lash line, making sure to smude it along the corners to create a natural glow. Add some brown liquid liner along the top lash line, creating a thin natural looking line to thicken the lash look, stopping at the outer corners. Add a coat of brown mascara, making sure to curl the lashes beforehand. Whiten the waterline if necessary to create a white awake look, making sure to blend a little at the corners.
  4. Gently dab some nudeish looking lippy onto the centre of the lips to create a lovely pouty look.. Yum!

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Velvet Revolver - Slither (2004 Contraband)

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