Mauve and violet(using Naked palette)

Eh, it’s simple.  But I was in a hurry to go makeup shopping.  And THAT did not dissappoint!  SOoooo many seasonal deals at Sephora!  I got three NARS lipgloss duos just for myself!


MAC Painterly paintpot

Illamasqua Involve-apply to outer half of lower lid

UD Toasted-middle of lid, and above crease to soften

UD Sin-inner corner, inner lower lashline

UD Virgin-highlight

UD Creep-lower lashline, smudge at outer edge of upper lashline too.

Layer  Buxom mascara and Lashfusion mascara

UD 24/7 liner in Zero-lower waterline


MUFE Cream blush #14

YSL Touche Eclat


Fusion Lip InFATuation “in the flesh”


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lynda
    Nov 22, 2010 @ 03:05:57

    Where, specifically, did you apply the YSL Touche Eclat? I keep hearing how wonderful it is.

    p.s. I love this subtle look using the Naked Palette. Awesome!!!! I would’ve never guessed that is Zero on your waterline. I’m going to try this?


  2. dolcearia
    Nov 22, 2010 @ 10:07:47

    I’m a bit predictable. I ALWAYS use either a black, or a really dark color on my waterline. Really, if it’s well blended with the contouring on your lash line, it looks a LOT less harsh than you would ever imagine of an opaque black liner!

    The touche eclat was applied as a highlight—I smudged one click of the product between both eyes, right under the eye. I blended that outward with the included applicator to include my cheekbone highlight, and softened that with my finger to actually blend it with the skin. The blending of the edge with my lash line eye shadows was done with a small concealer brush, using patting motions(stippling) I’m liking the Touche Eclat so far—I have only just started using it, and haven’t even put together a full review yet! It’s very soft, but DEFINITELY still there. I’m going to try Benefit Hi Beams next, but that one looks MUCH shimmerier! I’ll probably love it for that reason—I think touche eclat is very natural, and most highlighters don’t show up very much on me since I’m so very very very pale.

    Good luck playing with this, yourself! I can’t wait to hear how it goes.


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