So, I designed the entire look for this day around the idea that we were going to be dipping it in the pool later, and any powders used might be cakey, or wash out or off underwater. Plus, the bluish tone of pool water can have odd effects of the skin tone, so I compensated with a touch more bronzey color, to keep her skin at its natural color. This is the first photoshoot I used my airbrush at! Having tested it on myself, and even tested crying in it, I loved how it held up and barely moved. It was a good choice, and did the same here.
This features the lovely Olivia Long, at Option Model Management, photographed by Mikola Accuardi.
Sephora 04 Beige cream eyeshadow-entire lid
UD 24/7 cream eyeshadow in Rehab-outer corner of lid, for contour.
UD 24/7 liner in Demolition(Holiday ’11) outer lashline, for both upper, and lower lashline.
Maybelline Great Lashes waterproof mascara, in dark brown(I think?)
Trim and apply false lash singles, and clumps to outer lashline, trimming to be a slight bit longer than the natural lashes.
OCC Airbrush Primer
OCC Airbrush Foundation–mix of y1 and y0(y1 dominating).
OCC Airbrush Lustre-highlights
Blush is an airbrushed mix of OCC Hush, y1, and a half drop of Primary Green.
For this look, I mixed OCC Lip Tars in Anime, Traffic(I think that’s the yellow one?), for a pinky-coral, that appears darker underwater.