The ABH Nouveau palette generally leans warm-toned but I managed to eek out a cool-toned look from it here. I wanted to see what that lavender would look like next to the blue in Peacock. Using it previously, the blue sheen wasn’t very strong, so this time I used it over a sticky base.
Wisteria wasn’t the easiest to use in the crease, especially once I attempted to blend Peacock over it. It seemed to easily lose intensity either by the base color in Peacock or by blending away (was hard to tell which), so I ended up going back over parts of it with a small brush to add more color.
There was a small amount of fallout from the large sparkle in Peacock but it brushed off easily. Using this shade over glitter glue made a whole lot of difference. Definitely recommend doing this if you want the blue to pop more.
- Hourglass Veil Eye Primer
- Too Faced Glitter Glue
- NYX Matte Finish Setting Spray (to dampen brushes)
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Nouveau Palette
- Paloma* – Inner corner, brow bone (covered up later by Wings), also used to clean up outer corner
- Wisteria* – Crease, outer lower lashline
- Peacock – All over lid (over top Too Faced Glitter Glue)
- Wings – Inner corner, brow bone (used with a dampened brush)
- Benefit Roller Lash Mascara
- Covergirl Lash Exact Mascara (lower lashes)
- Jason Wu Brows Before Boys Brow Powder
- NYX Lift & Snatch Brow Pen
- MUFE Artist Color Pencil in 500 Boundless Bisque
Shades marked with a * are pressed pigments and are not intended for use near the eyes. I used two of them on my eyes here but didn’t experience any negative effects from them.
- Milk Makeup Pore Eclipse Primer
- Nars Soft Matte Complete Foundation in Salzburg
- NYX Bare With Me Concealer Serum in Light
- Bobbi Brown Corrector in Light Bisque
- Soap and Glory One Heck of a Blot Powder
- Fleur from the ABH Nouveau Palette
- Maybelline Lifter Gloss in Silk