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My look today was done with Rocks, Les Papillons, Hot in the City and En Pointe eye shadows from Aromaleigh. The Rocks and Les Papillons shadows are on sale, 25% off right now. The Hot in the City colors retire today, Jan. 6, 2009.

Shade Descriptions:
Italian Ice – sweet and tart bright lemon yellow with pretty pink sparkles throughout
Elegie – A dark dose of shimmering jewels. Add to other shades to deepen and dramatize, use wet-lined or all-over for a magnificent, glimmering smokey eye.
Pure Opal – a sheer, opalescent sheen
Aqua Nightmare – Technicolor bright aqua pearl sheen with divinely bright aqua sparks.
Boiling Point – Deep magenta purple with tiny opalescent pink sparkles.
Phaedra – a blue-based purple with fuschia sparks
Phyrra – a sheer peach with blue-violet reflects
Zephyr’s Breeze – A brilliant warm green, rich with pearls and silver, and sparkles of yellow radiating pink flashes of light.

Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy – on lid and in crease
Aromaleigh Italian Ice – inner corners of eyes
Aromaleigh Aqua Nightmare – inner 1/3 of lid
Aromaleigh BoilingPoint – middle 1/3 of lid
Aromaleigh Phaedra – outer 1/3 of lid and in crease
Aromaleigh Phyrra – on top of Phaedra in the crease and onto browbone
Aromaleigh Elegie – on top of Phyrra & Phaedra, blended upward onto browbone
Aromaleigh Pure Opal – on browbone to highlight
Aromaleigh Zephyr’s Breeze – along lower lash line
Gel Eyeliner in Black Out – upper lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Yeyo – lower water line
Aromaleigh Lash Primer
Benefit BadGal Lash Mascara in Black
Lorac Brow Pencil in Dark Brown

Aromaleigh Blush in Candy-O

Aromaleigh Glissade in 1CL + Alabaster

Aromaleigh Minty Coco Chip Lipbalm
Too Faced Borderline Lipliner in Clear
Revlon Matte Lipstick in Strawberry Suede

I thought I had blended my lid enough, but it really looks like it needed to be blended some more. However, my crease and browbone turned out exactly the way I wanted it to. I love how the colors combined.