Hello dears…… How have you been? Hope good.
So today, i got kinda bored and decided to use my
bloated face to review the Sleek eye dust i got in my sleek goody bag some weeks ago. I got a matte black eye dust in ‘Drama’……it’s actually a loose eyeshadow before you’ll be wondering what an eye dust is again. Loolz!
I didn’t realize how much i missed working on my face. Even though what i did was a very simple look, i enjoyed doing it. I still maintain that i HAVE to take basic photography classes ‘cos i’m not utilizing my pro camera well. I own a Canon 600D (thanks to my sis), and it has a lot of settings which i have no idea how to use. Last Sunday at the makeup fair, a nice photographer saw me struggling with my camera trying to take a picture of the amazing décor by Torge events, i couldn’t seem to get it right at all, but he came, flicked some buttons and turned some knobs and when he eventually took the pictures, i was like ‘WOW! TEACH ME! Well, he tried to, but i got lost at some point. Oh well…….
The Sleek eyedust in ‘Drama’ is really pigmented, and i like it because it blends out easily and well. I have never used a loose eyeshadow before, so i was skeptical about trying it out at first, but i did and it was easy to use. I wish i had more in different colors.
So, here’s the look i did with it, it’s called ‘Pink shadows’. This look was inspired by a video i watched sometime ago by ‘Beautybyjj’ on youtube. Instead of pink in the middle of her upper lids, i think she used either blue or purple….i can’t remember. She also did nude lips, but i went with pink.
Did you notice that i didn't fix any false lashes for the look? I didn't really feel like it. Well, if i had, it would have brought out the look more. But sometimes, 'simple' is better, and less is more.
I like the sleek eyedust, and i’ll certainly be purchasing more of it.