I don’t have experience at all when it comes to creating color combinations and what not. I’m not a makeup artist or anything relatively close to that. So bear with me here as I try to create some sort of look. Before I continue though let me just say that these Inglot eyeshadows are a really good alternative if you’re on a budget. They are nicely pigmented, does not crease and applies evenly. My only problem though was the wear time. This particular look on this particular day, my eyeshadow lasted only about 2 hours. Now I didn’t have any primer on but even though I didn’t have any, 2 hours is pretty short. But then on a separate occasion using two different eyeshadows, it lasted a decent 6 hours without primer without creasing. I don’t know, maybe it was just a fluke that happened that day. Anyhow, let’s continue on, shall we?
What do you think? I think I could use some more blending. I can see it now. Ahh…blend…blend…blend. Isn’t that what they say? Anyways, just made me look once again at Le Metier de Beaute Cebu Lip Creme (which I blogged about HERE). It’s absolutely gorgeous and you’re one lucky gal if were able to snag one.
Trish McEvoy Eye Base Essentials in Bare
Inglot Eyeshadow 329M & 405P
Le Metier de Beaute Dualistic Eye Pencil in Noir
Le Metier de Beaute Precision Liquid Eyeliner in Noir
Dior ‘Diorshow Maximizer’ Lash Plumping Serum
Noir G de Guerlain Mascara
Guerlain ‘Lingerie de Peau’ Compact Foundation SPF 20 in 04 Beige Moyen
Guerlain By Emilio Pucci Météorites Perles D’azur Illuminating Powder – Pure Radiance
NARS ‘The Multiple’ Stick in Luxor and Maldives
Le Metier de Beaute Limited-Edition Blush Kit Kaleidoscope (2nd shade from top)
Le Metier de Beaute Cebu Lip Creme