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Saturday, March 26, 2011

EOTD 02 : Smokey Greens

So, I went to watch Rango tonight with a friend and since the main character in the movie is a lizard/chameleon, I was inspired to do a green eyeshadow look for the night. Teehee. 
As always, here are the products I used :

Cellnique Total Daytime Protection 30
ZA Skin Beauty Face Powder in shade 01
The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist

Bobbi Brown's Pot Rouge for Lips and Cheeks in Powder Pink
MAC Sheertone Blush in Instant Chic

Elianto Eyebrow Definer Pencil in Brown
Revlon Matte Eyeshadow in Rich Sable

Stage Prime Time Eye Perfecting Base in 01 Vanilla
NYX Jumbo Eyeshadow Pencil in Rocky Mountain Green
Urban Decay Deluxe Eyeshadow in Graffiti
Kate Gradical Eye Palette in GR1 (the green palette)
MAC Pigment in Melon
Elianto vibrant shadow in Early Dawn
Max Factor 2000 Calorie Dramatic Look mascara (non-waterproof formula)

Revlon ColorBurst in 070 Soft Nude
Stage Wondergloss Lipgloss in 12 Sophia

Apply an eye primer (Stage Prime Time Eye Base in Vanilla) all over the lids up to the brow bone : for eyeshadow to appear more vibrant and to avoid creasing (especially if you have oily lids).
Apply a green-colored cream eyeshadow (NYX Rocky Mountain Green) on the lids, passing the crease and leaving the inner corner of the eyes open. The cream eyeshadow will act as a sticky base for your powder eyeshadow to adhere to.
Next, pat on a cool green eyeshadow (Urban Decay Graffiti) all over the area where the cream eyeshadow was placed.

Blend out the cool green eyeshadow after patting it on.

Using a dark green eyeshadow (KATE Gradical Eyes green palette - the darkest green), place it on the outer crease of the eye and blend it together with the cool green eyeshadow.

Following that, apply a bright apricot gold eyeshadow (MAC Melon pigment) into the inner corner of the eye, blending it into the cool green eyeshadow.
Fill in the eyebrows (Elianto Definer Pencil in Brown and Revlon Rich Sable) and highlight with a matte off-white eyeshadow (Elianto Early Dawn).
Blend out the harsh edges for a smooth finish. 
Curl your lashes and apply your favorite mascara!

Here's the completed look in different lighting. :D

Hope you all enjoyed this! Till then...

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