Wednesday, July 30, 2008
The She Space and Pure Anada Look
I haven't used my She Space piggies in months! Here is a look featuring one of the eye kits Heather makes (it's under Kits for Eyes). I used Broken Rules wet using my MAC mixing medium, and applied the rest dry. I didn't know that Broken Rules has pretty nuances of taupey rose and I see some pink thrown in for good measure. It's really pretty, and perfect for school, work or any daytime activity.
MAC Beige-ing shadestick as base
TSS Broken Rules foiled on lid
TSS Shadows of Doubt on mid to outer lid
TSS Rock & Roll on crease and outer V
Taylormade mineral shadow in Amazon above crease and to highlight
Indelible gel liner in Black Cherry to line
MAC Graphblack technakohl liner on water line
Heather is coming out with an amazing summer collection of color-changing pigments, titled Cinderella Dumped Her Fella, and the pictures and especially the descriptions are absolutely gorgeous. That would be something to look forward to.
I finally got my full size Pure Anada mineral foundation jars! Soooo happy! I really love this foundation. It really lasts a long time and coverage is amazing. I noticed though that when I use Flaxen Field with Golden Harvest, there seems to be a slight whitish cast in the pics because of its clash with the flash. When I use straight Flaxen Field (which is a tad dark on me), the whitish cast considerably diminishes or goes away altogether.
Camellia Rose skin-smoothing primer v.2
Pure Anada mineral foundatio (75-25 mix of Flaxen Field and Golden Harvest)
Dermablend Quick Fix undereye concealer
Monave concealer foundation in Hyeyeon to spot-conceal blemishes
Bare Escentuals Well Rested
Bare Escentuals mineral veil
Lumiere veena mineral blush in Fresh Roses
Dayna's Glow #1 on top of blush (discontinued)
MAC cremestick lipliner in Creamola
MAC lipstick in Twig-twig
MAC dazzleglass in Money, Honey
To show how Flaxen Field doesn't give the whitish cast, here's a look using straight Flaxen Field:
Or maybe the absence of the whitish cast was due to the fact that it wasn't an indoor shot? I took pics inside the car, but sunlight floods the car on all sides, so it's like I'm taking a shot outdoors as well.