I wanted a cheery pink look today, since pink makes me happy. I used UD’s Woodstock as the main shade on the lid on top of my TFSI base. I used Inglot 74 on the outer corner of the lid and then in the crease with an angled contour brush. I used a tiny smudge brush to apply Inglot 29 to the upper crease and blend out that edge. With a fluffy highlighter brush I applied MAC Vapour to the browbone. I then applied Blacktrack with a bent eyeliner brush. I used another smudge brush to apply Vapour to the inner corners of the eye. I used just a touch of 24/7 liner in Midnight Cowboy to the lower lash line. Finally I did my mascaras, layering them.

By the way, I think I’m getting better with my new camera, at least on the macros. I’ll have to fiddle to get the portraits to turn out better.

Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Urban Decay Woodstock – inner 3/4 of lid
Inglot 74 – outer 1/4 of lid and crease
Inglot 29 – used to blend out the edge of the upper crease
Urban Decay Dark Horse – outer lower crease
MAC Vapour – on browbone and inner corners of eye
MAC Blacktrack – upper lash line and outer lower lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Midnight Cowboy – just a touch to the lower lash line
Cover Girl Lash Blast Volume Mascara
Flirt! It Curls Mascara
Revlon 104 Dark Blonde Brow Pencil

Smashbox Photo Finish Primer mixed with L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Concealer in Warm Fair Light – just a tiny bit, and applied under the eyes.
Aromaleigh Ultra Resolution Finishing Powder in Clear – used under the eyes to set the concealer, and later applied with a fiber optic brush all over the face
Meow Pampered Puss foundation in Inquisitive Siamese – lightly buffed all over
Tokidoki Inferno Bronzer in Royal Pride – lightly all over face and neck with a duo fiber brush

Urban Decay blush in Score

Nyx lipliner in Hot Pink
MAC lipstick in Girl About Town
Kiss My Sass lip glaze in Candy Clouds

Epically Epic Soap Co I Love Lychee

I used Royal Pride, VERY LIGHTLY, to give me a bit of extra color. It doesn’t even really show up in the pictures, but I like it and may try it again. I NEVER thought I’d buy a bronzer, much less be able to wear it. However, fiber optic brushes are amazing! I can apply anything lightly with those.