Tuesday, February 2, 2010

LOTD 2.2.10

Hey everyone! Well, this is my first look of the day. I hope you all will bear with me while I figure out camera angles and lighting, so I have to warn you all that these are not the best pictures. This is one of my favorite looks and I usually apply most of my eyeshadow using the same techniques that I've used today. As always, start off with a clean, moisturized face. Yes, I do look like an alien in the morning since I have dyed black hair and light blonde eyebrows ^_^

I haven't decided if I want to string out a long step-by-step list of everything I've done to create the look, or just give you the pictures and a list of the products I've used and let you have at it. I think I'll start off doing that, and if you have any questions on how to recreate the look I'll be happy to answer them! So here is the finished look.

With a close-up of the eyes...

Here's a list of all the products I've used for this look. You definitely do not need all of these products to create a great look, just use the colors and tools you have to create your own interpretation. I hope y'all have a beautiful day!


MAC Moisturelush creme moisturizer
MAC Studio Fix Foundation in NC15
MAC "Pinch O' Peach" Sheertone Blush


Urban Decay Primer Potion
MAC "Fascinating" Eye Kohl
MAC "Phloof!" Frost Eye Shadow
MAC "Earthly Riches" Mineralize Eye Shadow
MAC "Blacktrack" Fluidline Gel Eyeliner
MAC "Carbon" Matte Eye Shadow
Rimmel "Sexy Curves" Mascara


MAC "Prep+Prime"
Laura Mercier "Sugar Violet" Lip Stain


MAC 190SE (foundation)
MAC 129SE (Blush)
MAC 239 (eye shadow)
MAC 224 (eye shadow blending)
MAC 266 (eyeliner and brows)
MAC 210 (eyeliner)
MAC 219 (bottom lid liner)

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing. I've had white eyebrows all my life (I'm 60 now). When I pencil or draw them in my family says it doesn't look natural and in some light you can see the white of my eyebrows even with pencil. I don't see what products or I can't identify which ones you specifically used for brows.