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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Blue, Teal and Pink Glitter look using My Stuff

Hello! I've been super busy with work the past several days. I've not had the time to do makeup looks or read/comment on your blogs. I'm really sorry but work must come first of course. I will do my best to read and comment on your blogs soon!

Here's a look I did a few days ago for going out.  All are in flash except the last one. No time for close ups, however, you can click to enlarge.  I'm wearing my hubby's military hat in case anyone is wondering. He's not in the military but he collects military gear for fun. :-) 
This one is in natural, direct light. I over scrubbed my face the night before on accident (I think I was zoning out and just kept on going) so my skin got mad at me. I can tell in this one as my skin looks "rough". It started peeling the next day. So remember not to over scrub! Be gentle and loving with your skin. :-D

Eyes (all applied in this order):
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy (applied to upper lid, crease and outer eye area, rubbing in gently with ring finger)
My Stuff - a combo of blue, teal and pink glitter (applied to upper lid to crease and outer eye area with MAC 239 by pressing)
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Ransom (applied to lower lash line winged outward)
Kryolan Aqua color Liner - black (applied wet with water, using MAC 210 on upper lash line and extending out)
NYX Jumbo Pencil in white (applied to water line with MAC 210)
Hard Candy Ginormous Mascara in Black Out (lower lashes) 
Ardell Lashes Lacies

Lips: Avon Glazewear lipgloss in Dynamo

Face: Skin MD Shielding lotion
Physicians Formula Healthy Wear SPF 50 Powder in Translucent Light (applied using AL flocked sponge by patting then blending) 
AL Viole' Foundation Powder in 2CL (applied with Jumbo buffer brush)
AL You're a Doll! Metamorphosis Finishing Powder (applied with Jumbo Flat Top brush)
AL You're a Doll! Gothic Lolita Rouge in Corset (applied to cheeks with a small blush brush)

16 comments:

  1. ohhh i love that lid colour, you gotta share lol jk :P

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  2. Very pretty! I love the colour of the glitter.

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  3. Ok so next time I go out I'm so doing glitter makeup. Hopefully I'll go home with a boy and get glitter all in his sheets MWAHAHAHAAAAAAA.

    I love the sharp edges of the shape you made with the glitter :)

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  4. Such a beautiful look! :) You look stunning!

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  5. Gorgeous look..I would love to try this look..

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  6. Really pretty, especially with the lashes! I like the use of Ransom along the lower lash line.

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  7. Love the glitter! I hate when I over exfoliate, the worst, especially on us paler girls lol.

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  8. This look is gorgeous and love the way you combine this feminine makeup with the hat ;)

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  9. You look so gorgeous in these pics! How do you get the shape of the glitter to be so neat and perfect? =D

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  10. LOVE the military style and LOVE the makeup! <3
    I'm so going to follow your blog from now on - you are so very gorgeous!

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  11. So in love with this look. you look so pretty and sexy :)

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  12. Amazing glitter eyeshadow and lashes x

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  13. omg! You look so pretty! You always do great looks (love your club pictures too... I hope I'll have time to go back clubbing :) hehe)

    I play modifying some of my eyeshadows, but never made something completely new like you do! Nor something pretty and glittery like this! I have a long way to learn from ya! \o/

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  14. Aw, thank you sweet gals! Mixing glitter for different looks is fun! When I get my package for the give away I'm planning, I will add some of my glitter blends to it so some may try them. :-D
    For the precise shape, I use just the very tip of my brush and slowly pat the glitter on, trying to make the shape I want. It's hard to describe but one of those things you have to practice. I've gotten better over time.
    Took a couple days for my face to recover from over exfoliating. It felt stingy sort of like a sun burn. Yikes!
    Thank you all for following my bloggy. I appreciate it!

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