So lately I have been a bit smitten with creating different lip colors with a clear gloss and either one (or a mix) of eyeshadow/blush pigments. For instance, I loved the limited edition Quite Cute line from MAC, but I ran out of their original lipstick (titled after the line). So, I gently rubbed a disposable mascara wand against MUFE #92 and mixed it with “Triple X” by NARS. Depending on how much color I mix with the gloss, I can achieve a duplicate of “Quite Cute” without having to hunt it down on ebay or find a color closs by Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics (I was tempted!). This is an easy an economical way to achieve a vibrant lip! Also, if you mix a cream shadow with the gloss you get a more pigmented lip color. Options are limitless!
excuse me while obsess over this entire blog:
Acid green & black smokey eye :)
Eyes: Purple crushed metal pigment (MAC Holiday 2011), Carbon, Folie, Dazzlelight eyeshadows (MAC)
Lips: Stripdown lip pencil & Moth to Flame dazzleglass (MAC)
Backstage at Frankie Morello, M∙A∙C SS13 Milan Fashion Week
Today’s look - simple #bronzesmokey makeup using #maccosmetics crushed metal pigments :) #macholiday2012 #sunsetsmokey #peachblush #bronzemakeup #macgirls #macboys
My #makeup look today…rocking a #boldpinklip w/ a soft #smokyeye and #glitter #eyeliner - w/ my #septum out! :) #maccosmetics #macgirls #macboys #ilovemakeup #macaddict #fotd
MAC Make-up artist Kabuki gave Punk a new name with this amazing graphic neon eye that made the models stand out at Jeremy Scott in New York.
Here are some behind the scenes pictures of the show!
(these photos are NOT mine- I just want to share with everyone)
dem cat eyes!
Viva glam 2 by Nicki Minaj worn by yours truly!