Silver Grey Look Using Aromaleigh and Prescriptives

Merry Christmas everyone! Hope you are all enjoying your holidays. Here's one of my favorite looks of late. I was pretty impressed with the Aromaleigh's Elemental Lustre in Awe that I used for this look. I used to hate the Elemental Lustres because when I apply them, they turn out to be one hot metallic mess on my eyes. I realized that they looked that way because I had been foiling them. I used Awe dry on my lid, and the outcome was really pretty. I can't wait to re-discover my Elemental Lustres and create looks for them now that I know how to properly apply them.

Awe is a gorgeous silvery gold color. In the picture above, you can definitely see the gold nuances.

MAC Beige-ing shadestick as primer on lid and to line lower lashline
Aromaleigh Elemental Lustre shadow in Awe applied dry on lid and inner lower lashline
Prescriptives shadow in Twinkle on outer V and crease and outer lower lashline
MAC shadow in Carbon to contour crease
MAC Blacktrack fluidline
UD 24/7 liner in Zero to tightline and on waterline
L'oreal and Maybelline mascaras

Monistat gel as primer
Joppa mineral foundation in mix of Light #3 and Medium Light #3
UD 24/7 pencil concealer on undereye area
Bare Escentuals Well Rested over UD 24/7
Dreamworld creme topping (finishing powder) in Peaches
MAC mineralize blush in Warm Soul
MAC Taupe blush to contour

MAC lipliner in Whirl
MAC slimshine lipstick in Mousse
MAC lipglass in C-thru


Askmewhats said...

Happy Boxing Day! :)

I love this look! You are doing your eye makeup seamlessly!!! Super gorgeous!

Phyrra said...

Happy holidays ;)

I had that trouble when I tried to wetline with the Elementals, they didn't end up looking right. However, dry, they're fabulous and multi-dimensional. I particularly love Underground and Swank.

Shades Of U said...

Nikki- thank you! Happy Holidays sis! I'm loving greys and silvers, they are my fave holiday colors. :)

Phyrra- happy holidays! I agree, Swank is beautiful, and thanks for the heads up, would have to try Underground. Dry is the way to go with the Elementals.