Monday, November 7, 2011

Sultry Golden Bronze and Gunmetal Eye Makeup

Here's a smokey eye using some limited edition/discontinued pigments that I've had for a while now. Don't be discouraged because all of these colors can be easily substituted. All you need to achieve this look is a gold, bronze, and any dark gray or black eyeshadow will do.

For the first time in almost all my looks, this one was difficult to capture in a full face shot. For once this look actually looked better up close than far away. Also, the lashes were really stubborn. I paired 2 different lashes on top of each other and it was just really thick and heavy to work with even though I love how full and fluttery they look. So please don't mind the uber wonky looking lashes. I promise, it looked better in person! Nonetheless, enjoy! :)

□ Senna Cosmetics Totally Transforming Eyeshadow Primer
□ MAC Bare Study Paint Pot
□ MAC Gold Mode Pigment (inner corner & inner lower lash line)
□ MAC Gold Stroke Pigment (middle lid & middle lower lash line)
□ MAC Pandemonium eyeshadow (outer corner, crease & outer lower lash line)
□ Inglot #352 Matte (brow bone)
□ Inglot #360 Matte (transition color)
□ Wet N Wild Color Icon eyeliner in black black (lower waterline)
□ Covergirl Lashblast Mascara
□ Combination of 2 pairs of lashes (unknown)

□ NYC Brow Pencil in Taupe
□ NYC Browser Brow Kit

□ NARS Laguna Bronzer
□ MAC Ambering Rose Blush

□ NYX Marrakesh Pink Round Lipstick
□ Wet N Wild This Too Shall Gloss Glassy Gloss