Happy Sunday! I’ve got another edition of Get Ready with Me for you today. I used all Sugarpill eyeshadow, including Dollipop and colors from the Cold Chemistry release. I’m having a rosacea flare up, so my skin is crazy red and unhappy. Boo! I did my own version of this look from Pinterest that some of you asked me to recreate on Instagram. Here’s my version of the look. I had a lot of difficulty getting Poison Plum to look right, which is why I ended up using some of Elemental Chaos. This is a pretty good video for color placement if you have hooded eyelids like I do.
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tarte Brow Mousse in Rich Brown
Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion
Sugarpill Tako – from lashline to eyebrows, then packed on the lid
Sugarpill Dollipop – crease
Sugarpill Poison Plum – lower crease
Sugarpill Elemental Chaos – outer crease
Sugarpill Soot n’ Stars – outer crease and outer lower lash line
Sugarpill Diamond Eyes – inner lower lash line, inner corner of eyes, right under brows.
Nyx White Eyeliner – waterline
Jesse’s Girl Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner – upper lash line
Ardel 305 Demi lashes
Fantabulash – lash adhesive tape
OCC Makeup Lip Tar Pencil in Nylon
Right after I filmed the video I had a major snafu with my lashes. Part of the lash adhesive migrated onto my browbone, so my eyelid got stuck to my browbone because of my hooded eyes! LOL! Anyway, I used Fantabulsh Eyelash Adhesive Tape to apply the lashes and it’s a lot easier than lash glue. I developed an allergy to lash glue so I can’t use it anymore and I’m glad that I found Fantabulash. I still am not skilled at applying lashes, but Fantabulash makes it easier than trying to use glue.
In this video you see my current foundation routine: primer, applying a foundation with a latex sponge, applying NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder with another latext sponge, done! What’s yours?
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