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CandySweet:BrokenTeeth 11/11/11

November 13, 2011


I’m writing this post on Friday, November 11th. Happy Veteran’s Day to errbody in America, and happy 11^3 day to everyone EVERYWHERE! Bright colors were used in celebration of the awesomeness that is Friday, and getting to hang at home by myself, do some housework and eat a metric crapton of brownookies. What a great day.

On an unrelated note, is anyone out there doing NaNo this year? It’s fun to talk about non-makeup pasttimes with makeup people and I’d love to learn more about you peepses.

Today I’m going to get extra-fancy and tell people how I did this stuff.

Apply primer and a sticky base (Pixie Epoxy in this case) to the lid.
Pat (8) SM Risk Taker on the lid/outer lower lashline, (9) TSS Lions and Witches on the inner corner, and (11) ES Wyvern on the inner lower lashline. *I put NYX JEP in Milk on my lower lashline to help Wyvern stick better.
Gently blend the color transitions. Don’t kill the sparkles.

Using a small crease brush or a pencil brush apply black shadow, (5) and (6), to the crease, focusing on the outer half.
Use a fluffy crease brush to add matte peach (4) to the crease and blend errthang out.

Put sparkly pink/AL Fanclub (7) below the outer half of the lower lashline.
Blend a tiny bit of the pink (7) through the crease.
Pat some sparkly white-gold (2) over the yellow on the inner corner.
Put a tiny bit of NYX JEP in Milk on the browbone, then top with a matte cream (3) and the white-gold (2).
Smoosh some black glitter (1) on the lower lashline.

Finish it off with black liner, scads of mascara and some eyebrows. FANCY.

One Comment leave one →
  1. November 19, 2011 3:49 am

    Om nom nom it’s like carnival rainbow madness. Love <3

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