For this makeup look, I remain on the blue wave. This time, however, it’s cold…so cold brrr. To match the weather outside, of course 🙂
I paired a light blue e/s with a graphite e/s but somehow the light blue came out as pale silver on the photos. But, I assure you, in reality it is blue :).
In the end, I lined the lower lash line with one of my favourite Essence long-lasting eye pencils, Have a Green.
- Essence I love stage e/s base
- Makeup studio e/s (don’t really know the number…it’s a really light blue colour)
- Makeup studio shimmer effects Silver
- MUG e/s Graphite
- MUG e/s Corrupt
- Sleek Ultra Mattes V2 Darks palette
- Essence long-lasting eye pencil Have a Green
- Essence eyeliner pen
- Catrice kajal pencil white
- Max Factor Wild Mega Volume volumising mascara
Hi lovely, feel like typing again 🙂 Love the look and combo of the colours, and the ‘Have a Green’ pencil really does the trick in this look! But I would have a second look at the shape of the darker eyeshadow. It is now a hard straight line all the way up to the brow.. I would make the line somewhat rounder/softer and may be not touching the brow, but leave a little space in between, zou could put some highlighter there, this give a little more open eye look.But that is dependent on the look you want to put forward. But rounding the line makes a larger eye, this harder straight line pushes the eye down…
Well actually it looked exactly as you describe it, but after editing it, it came out like this…Grrrr!!!! Sometimes the photos just mislead 😦 But totally agree with all you said 🙂 Thank you for commenting!!!
Ok 😀 And you are very welcome 🙂