Monday, March 22, 2010

FOTD: Greens with Glamour Doll Eyes

I was sent some products from Glamour Doll Eyes to do a review, and I just haven't gotten around to finishing it yet!
I'm working on it though, and the review is coming up very soon :)
I'll tell you one thing though: I'm happy with the things, and have already ordered more! (which I paid for myself, obviously)

This isn't my first time using the products, but I think it's the first time I post pictures :)

Kinda creepy picture, lol!
But it shows the makeup ;)

I used:

ArtDeco eyeshadow base
Glamour Doll Eyes (GDE) Oddity e/s
MAC Vanilla pigment
MAC Landscape green pigment (PRO)
MAC Minted eye kohl
GDE Cashed Out eye lights (glitter)
GOSH extreme art eyeliner (the green one)
Urban Decay Honey 24/7 liner
Detrivore Cosmetics Green Hilite

High Voltage Cosmetics Blonde brow powder

MAC Studio Sculpt foundation NC15
MAC Blot powder

MAC Ripe Peach blush (LE)

MAC Viva Glam Cyndi l/s
MAC Fulfilled plushglass

How to get the look

  • Apply your base of choice. I used ArtDeco eyeshadow base.
  • Apply a bright green with a gold shine to it to your eyelid. I used Glamour Doll Eyes(GDE) Oddity. I applied it wet first and added a dry layer on top. When used wet, Oddity is much more of a darker green, so by adding the dry layer on top it brightens everything a bit.
  • Apply a golden highlight color on your brow bone. I used MAC Vanilla pigment
  • Apply a matte green to deepen your crease a bit. I used MAC Landscape Green pigment (PRO)
  • Apply a green, liquid liner on your top lashline. I used the green extreme art eyeliner form GOSH.
  • Using a q-tip, apply eyelash glue to the outter part of your lower lashline
  • Before the glue dries, stick a green glitter to it using another q-tip. I used GDE Cashed Out Eye Light.
  • Apply a gold liner to your waterline. I used Urban Decay Honey.
  • Apply a light shadow with a green duochrome to your tearduct area. I used Detrivore Green Hilite.
  • Apply mascara and fill in your brows (I used High Voltage Blonde brow powder) and your eyes are done!
Face, cheeks and lips:
  • Apply your foundation and powder of choice. I used MAC Studio Sculpt for great coverage without being too matte and I set it with Blot powder in my t-zone since I tend to get a bit oily there.
  • On my cheeks I used MAC Ripe Peach blush. I concentrated the color on the apples and blended it out.
  • Apply MAC Viva Glam Cyndi to your lips! I just applied a small amount and used a gloss on top to sheer the color out a bit more. I used MAC Fulfilled plushglass, but any clear gloss will work as well!


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