Saturday, 6 September 2014

B 'n D Makeover | Moonlight

Hey chicas….
Hope you all are good.
So it occurred to me that i’ve never featured a ‘cut-crease’ look on this blog…..infact, i’ve never done a ‘cut-crease’ look ever……and so, i decided that it was time. I christened this look ‘Moonlight’ because of the silver eyeshadow i used on the lids.

First of all, i drew a line in my crease with my Zaron ‘Black velvet’ pencil, and then i blended it upwards. Next, i went over the blended out line with a black eyeshadow to set it. After that, i used a fluffy eyeshadow brush to pack on the silver on the eyelids.

Infact ehn, a pictorial on this look would be coming up soon so that you can see the step-by-step pictures.

Mary kay foundations in 607 & 507
Maybelline clear & smooth all-in-one powder in ‘Nutmeg’
Sleek contour kit in ‘Dark’
Black radiance blush in ‘Spiced ginger’

Jordana eyebrow pencil in ‘Dark brown’
Marykay concealers in Bronze 1 & 2

Tara eyeshadow primer
NYX eyeshadow base in ‘Skintone’
A silver eyeshadow from my TARA FRK palette
Zaron ‘Black velvet’ pencil (used to cut the crease)
M.A.C fluidline gel liner in ‘Black track’

Zaron lip liner in ‘Fussy fushia’ (used all over the lips)
Absolute clear lipgloss

This is definitely NOT an office look or an everyday look either……maybe a ‘Night look’. But it’s a perfect fashion/editorial look and a look for music videos.

Enugu ladies…..hope you are planning to attend the fair on the 20th? I can't wait to see pictures.

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  1. Lovely! Beautiful pictures, what's "cut crease" pls?

    1. It's like making a very distinct cut in your crease instead of blending eyeshadow into your crease.

  2. Wow cut crease goodness, absolutely gorgeous*lovestruck*


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