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Sometimes, you only need one or two eye shadows to really make a statement. I let my crease color make a statement in this look that I wore on thursday. I shaped and sculpted it into an elongated cat eye and I really love the results. First I applied Nyx’s HD eye primer to my lid. then I applied Illamasqua’s matte dark teal eye shadow in Intense to my crease and blended. Then I used MAC Vanilla on the browbone and blended the two colors. For the lid I used MAC Fairylite. I used a bit of Vanilla at the inner corner of the eye. I used a tiny bit of MAC Vapour where Vanilla and Intense meet. I put a bit of Intense along the lower lash line. I lined my upper lash line and lower waterline with Make Up For Ever liquid liner in 15 Iridescent Anthracite.

Nyx HD Eye Shadow Primer
MAC Vanilla – browbone and inner corners of eye
Illamasqua Intense – crease and lower lash line
MAC Vapour – where Vanilla and Intense meet
MAC Fairylite – lid
Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes liquid liner in 15 Iridescent Anthracite – upper lash line and lightly on lower water line
Hard Candy 1000 Lashes Primer
L’Oreal Collagen Mascara
MAC Blackberry – to define brows

Tarte illuminating serum mixed with Too Faced Primer
Too Faced Amazing Face pressed foundation in Vanilla Creme

NARS Orgasm – blush
NARS Casino – to contour

Nyx lipliner in Purple Rain
Illamasqua lipstick in Atomic