Sunday, June 29, 2008

Some More MAC Cool Heat Looks

Had enough of Cool Heat? Well leave this site fast, because here are a couple more, lol =). The first one is more of blue than green, I made Blue Flame the dominant color in this look. As you can see, my winter/spring foundation shade is a tad light now that summer is here. It's time to add a wee bit of the darker shade to match my new summer skintone.







Eyes: (All products MAC unless otherwise stated)
Beige-ing shadestick all over lid and smoothed on brows, lower lashline
Delft paint pot on lid
Solar White e/s on inner to mid lid, to highlight, inner corners, inner to mid lower lashline
Gulf Stream e/s on mid lid
Cool Heat e/s on outer V
Warm Chill e/s above crease
Blue Flame e/s on crease, outer V and outer lower lashline
Feline kohl power pencil to tightline and waterline
Blacktrack fluidline
Maybelline mascaras

Face:
Camellia Rose skin-smoothing primer
Adorned With Grace mineral foundation in Y3 and Y2 (60-40 mix)
Dermablend Quick Fix stick concealer in Ivory
Bare Escentuals Well Rested over Dermablend (undereyes)
DreamWorld creme topping (finishing powder) in Butterscotch (clay and silica formula)
MAC Sculpt powder to contour
MAC Light Flush MSF as blush

Lips:
MAC Spice lipliner
MAC Rubia lipstick
MAC Flusterose lustreglass

And here's a look using the Cool Heat shadows with Aromaleigh's Rocks! Sonic eyeshadow in Lazysod. It's that bright green pigment on the inner to mid lid. I swear, that is one of the brightest greens I've ever seen in a while, but it is so pretty! It is super bright that I had to hide it below my crease so as not to be visible when my eyes would open because I used this for work. Ha.



3 comments:

Nanzy said...

hi aileen,
I really like your 1st pic : ) so pretty! I like Lazysod too!

Grayburn said...

This looks stunning!

x Grayburn

Nikki said...

oooh, i love the seafoam green on your skin. very pretty :)