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Darling Girl Tattle Teal Pucker Paint Pearl

 

Darling Girl Tattle Teal Pucker Paint Pearl

Happy Teal Thursday! Today I’ve got Darling Girl Tattle Teal Pucker Paint Pearl to show you. This color is described as a pearl base with soft teal shift and a touch of gold sparkle. The Pucker Paint Pearl formula is meant to be worn on top of traditional lipsticks or liquid lipsticks. Once it dries down, it’s tough to remove! I put it over OCC Colour pencil in Tarred.

Darling Girl Tattle Teal Pucker Paint Pearl

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See all the Pucker Paint Pearls.

Darling Girl Tattle Teal Pucker Paint Pearl

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This is Purple Pixies. It’s a violet purple with a splash of blue shimmer.

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This is Blue Monday. It’s a glowy blue sheen.

Natasha Denona Nina's Orchid

Face
Lucy Ambrosia Oil for Dry Skin
Lucy Minerals Light mixed with Snow White – foundation
Aromaleigh Heloderma Suspectum – contour
Notoriously Morbid Osteomancy – highlight
Aromaleigh Ishtar – blush

Eyes
Left eye The All Natural Face Magic Vegan Primer
Right eye Too Faced Shadow Insurance
UD Walk of Shame – base shade
Natasha Denona Nina’s Orchid – lid, lower lid, hood
UD Laced – to blend out edges
Darling Girl Vegan Vampire – damp lid and lower lid
UD 24/7 Waterline Pencil in Legend – waterline
My Pretty Zombie Goth Mary Poppins – outer upper lash line and lower lash line
Darling Girl Snowboarding Cutie – highlight

Lips
OCC Colour Pencil in Tarred
Darling Girl Pucker Paint Pearls

I did film a tutorial for this eyeshadow look. It’s a pretty quick and easy hooded eye look and I’ll hopefully have it up Friday or Saturday.

I’m testing out a new foundation for the first time in this look. It’s the Lucy Minerals Original Formula. It’s interesting because it has allantoin, Apple Poly® polyphenols, trans-resveratrol, green coffee bean extract, and magnesium ascorbyl phosphate. It’s somehow a moisturizing loose powder formula with antioxidants. It has a creamy consistency. It’s supposed to hold up well in humidity and be water resistant. I mixed Light and Snow White together to get a match for my skintone. I applied it with Makeup Geek’s Buffing Brush and I felt like it blended in well, but then sort of looked heavy. So I’m going to have to experiment with how to apply it and wear it. I don’t want it to look heavy.

I really love the color shift in the Darling Girl Pucker Paint Pearls. They can amp up any matte lipstick. What do you think of these three shades?

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  • Again, I am always amazed at how you can get away with wearing such awesome lip colors. At my age a soft purple is the most I can get away with!

  • That foundation sounds like something I would be interested in. Let us know if and when you figure out what works to use it lightly. The only mineral foundation I have found that I ever liked was the Meow Cosmetics one.

  • Those lip colors are all amazing. The foundation does look a bit heavy, but the color match is great. I’m looking forward to hearing more about it.

    • Yeah I don’t like to apply my foundation that heavy. I need to figure out how to apply it thinner.

  • Love these shades such an interesting lip product id not heard about. And it’s great example of why your blog is one of the few Ive consistently followed for a long time. Looking forward to update on the loose powder foundation. I’m always interested in a mineral powder or any powder at this point that’s creamy and more hydrating for my aging dry skin.

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