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In this look, I used mainly the Menagerie Cosmetics Violet Ink Palette but I also took two shades from the Pastel Pup Palette to help complete the look. The photo is a tad out of focus but since the colors have a kind of dreamy feel to them I thought the soft focus added to the effect.
- Saddleback (Pastel Pup Palette) – Brow bone, inner corner
- Cuddle (Pastel Pup Palette) – Transition, lower lashline
- Iron Grip – Crease, lower lashline
- Ink Jet – All over lid
- Mimic – Center of lid, over top Ink Jet
The formula of the mattes is taking me some getting used to. It’s a softer formula that has more kickup in the pan and more fallout than I’m used to. The fallout was very greatly reduced by simply tapping the excess off my brush. This is not a new concept by any means but with a lot of other formulas, I can usually get away with being lazy about tapping the excess off. Not here. I have to be vigilant or I will make a mess. The shimmer had a little bit of fallout, nothing crazy. The shimmer is more of a sparkly formula than a smooth, metallic one, but it is very pigmented and can be easily built up to full opacity.
- Nars Pro Prime Tinted Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base in Light
- Smashbox Photo Finish Oil & Shine Control Primer
- Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in 1N1
- Too Faced Born This Way Multi Use Sculpting Concealer in Snow
- Physicians Formula The Healthy Powder in LC1
- Soap & Glory One Heck of a Blot Powder
Brows, Lashes, Liner:
- Viseart Brow Palette – deepest powder shade
- Benefit Roller Lash Mascara – upper and lower lashes
- Make Up For Ever Artist Color Pencil in 500 Boundless Bisque – lower waterline
- Hourglass 1.5mm Mechanical Gel Eye Liner in Obsidian – upper waterline
- Lorac Front of the Line Pro Liquid Eyeliner in Black – upper lashline