quick neutral

Because I’m shooting today, and needed something I could do with the few brushes that aren’t good enough to be in my kit.  Yeah, I know my hair is all over the place.  The lighting was fairly difficult, too.  The sun is just in the process of rising over here, and I still haven’t found a well-lit area in the new house.

MAC Bare Canvas
Sephora cream eyeshadow pencil in Burgundy-outer corner, blending with fingers.
Stila Eve-above crease
NARS Dogon-taupe-outer corner.
Stila Kitten-inner corner/highlight
UD Ink for Eyes in Demolition-lower waterline nad upper lashline
layer Cargo Lash Activator and Buxom mascara

MAC Gentle-blush
NARS Casino-contour
Benefit Hi Beams-highlight

MAC Tender Tryst lip stain(Old LE product)
YSL Golden Gloss in #1(gold)


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ana
    May 22, 2011 @ 07:30:29

    That’s absolutely perfect day look for me. Cheeks, lips, eyes, face -everything is perfect!


    • dolcearia
      May 22, 2011 @ 08:27:09

      Enjoy! I LOVED using the cream bases…. Bare Canvas is perfect, and the sephora cream pencil blended SO easily for a very natural shading. It hasn’t creased yet, or anything(This is my first time testing it. In store, it looked like it dried down to a similar finish as MUFE aqua creams. If it DOES wear like that, it’s a GREAT option—lots of colors, and it’s half the price. I may end up depotting, because I hate trying to sanitize pencils.


  2. Cara
    May 22, 2011 @ 14:34:56

    LOVE this look! Hope you’ll do a tutorial for it! : )


    • dolcearia
      May 22, 2011 @ 17:47:37

      I may… I don’t think I really did anything special… just testing out new products. As soon as my lighting is figured out a bit better, I’ll see about putting together a nice neutral tutorial.


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