Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Pinks and Purples Using Sassy and Aromaleigh Mineral Shadows
I love mineral eyeshadows so I decided to do another purply look featuring Sassy and Aromaleigh mineral shadows. I love the pigmentation and texture of Aromaleigh, while Sassy has nice colors and their mattes are pretty easy to blend.
I intended to show a step-by-step application but for some reason, my camera acted up again and I was only able to salvage photos taken mid-way through the eyeshadow application process. Nonetheless, I hope you can still appreciate the photos!
Apply MAC Beige-ing shadestick all over lid and lower lashline. Apply MAC Fresco Rose paint pot on lid. Foil Sassy Minerals Wonderland on lid using the Loew Cornell Maxine's Mop 3/8" (MAC 239 dupe) using MAC Charged Water. Using the same brush, apply Sassy Minerals Endless Party dry on outer lid and crease. Using the same brush, apply AL Colette on outer V. Blend with the 224 brush. Apply AL Blueorchid to blend with Colette. To lighten up the hues and to create a gradient look, apply AL Vigil of Change on outer V and crease using a stiff shader brush, then blend in one direction sweeps using the 224.
Using Stila No. 5 brush, apply AL Air & Light to highlight the browbone.
Line upper lashline using L'Oreal Lineur Intense liquid liner. Rim eyes using Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Zero.
Dr. Denese SPF30 Tinted Defense Day Cream
Sassy Mineral foundation in 50-50 ration of Golden Medium and Golden Tan
Dreamworld cream topping (finishing powder) in Butter (clay/silica formula)
MAC Sculpt powder to contour
Sassy Minerals So Cheeky shimmer blush in Over the Garden Gate
MAC lipliner in Whirl
MAC lipstick in Way To Love
NARS lipgloss in Turkish Delight