Coral/fushia, using MAC’s Color Forecast

So, not all the colors are from the collection, but enough of them were to where I wanted to make sure I mentioned where I got them.  If you don’t have, or don’t want to buy Perky, or Hothothot, I’d swap them for Free to Be, or Sushi Blossom.  I like the tones in the two I used a bit better though.There’s a bit less pink in them, if i recall, than the permanent colors I mentioned(which I DO also love)

Sorry about the red veins in my eye-I got some of the fushia color in it when I was applying it, and my eye hasn’t fully rinsed it out yet.  The boyfriend says he’d have preferred I blend with another pink, rather than the corals, in teh middle of the lid.  I am sure I will do that soon, but I like the contrast in this one.


Urban Decay Primer Potion

MUFE Fushia powder-outer 1/2 of lid, including crease., brush a small amount under outer  lower lashline

MAC Perky-inner half of lid, including crease

MAC Hothothot-blend over perky and fushia in the center of lower lid

MAC Stars N Rockets-blend into outer corner, up towards crease

MAC Stack 1 pigments Dark pink-brush into crease, blending THOROUGHLY, lower lashline.

MAC Stack 1 pigments Light pink-blend into inner corner of lid, and above crease, blending with highlight

Urban Decay Midnight Cowboy-highlight.

Diorshow mascara

Buxom Lashliner in Leatherette- line upper lid THINLY, smudging a slight amount.  flick a small amount into outer corner of lower lashline.

Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Rockstar-line lower waterline


MAC Azalea blossom

MAC Prism-contour

MAC cream color in Pearl-highlight


Urban Decay Lip Stain in Envy-use a THIN amount for pink tint

MAC Phlox-for gloss, sparkly, and evening out the lip tint.

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