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Products and Shades Used:
- Nars Pro Prime Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base in Light
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Single in Blanc – I can’t find this shade online. Maybe it’s discontinued. A good alternative is Sydney Grace Drift. I used this shade on the brow bone and to clean up around the deepest shade from the quad below.
- Elf Rose Water Bite Size Eyeshadow Quad
- Matte dusty pink – Crease, transition area
- Deepest shade – Outer lid, outer crease, lower lashline
- First shade on left – Inner corner
- Third shade from left – Center of lid
- Benefit Roller Lash Mascara
- Viseart Brow Palette – Two lightest powder shades on the bottom row
- Mac Shape + Shade Brow Tint Pen in Taupe – Just the liquid side
- Maybelline Dream Radiant Liquid Foundation in 10 Porcelain Ivory
- Too Faced Born This Way Concealer in Almond – Under eye concealer
- Loreal Infallible Full Wear Concealer in 330 Ivory – Spot concealer
- Too Faced Peach Perfect Loose Setting Powder
The lighter matte shade was even lighter than I expected once on the lid. The stark contrast between this shade and the deepest shade makes me want to reach into another palette to find an in-between shade to help them blend together easier. For this look, though, I didn’t do that. The two shimmers are pretty similar on the eyes, which is the case for many of these quads. The deepest shade has sparkles that don’t really show up on the lid and fall out during application. The deepest shade also had pigment fallout so I had to be extra careful to really tap the excess off my brush every time I picked up color. I wore this for 10 hours and by then there was noticeable fading in the crease.