Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Gorgeous Greens with BFTE and Urban Decay

Hello! I'm back again with a pretty little green look I did for Saint Patrick's Day!
I've always had a soft spot for greens; back when I first started experimenting more with makeup as an older teen, green was the first color I felt comfortable wearing in public. I kept it subtle, usually in the form of a cheap green eyeliner or tiny tube of cream shadow, courtesy of oldschool Wet N' Wild or NYC. For some reason I've always considered green to be almost a neutral, maybe because it's the color of grass and leaves.. it seemed earthy and natural.
Anyway, I really love how this look turned out; in fact I was almost giddy! Please keep reading for more info and don't forget to click the pics! :)


Products:
-Too Faced Shadow Insurance in Candlelight
-Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On pencil in Junkie (shimmering teal all over lid as base)
Beauty from the Earth shadows in:
-Atomic Teal (deep teal on lid)
-Gooseberry (shimmering light golden lime green blended out from Atomic Teal)
-Very Vanilla (matte vanilla shade all around edges and on browbone)
-Ornamental (pale gold, just a tiny bit above Gooseberry, mostly on outer browbone)
-Black (matte black over black liner on upper lid)
-Mississippi Mud (matte deep brown on brow)
-Truffle (matte medium brown on brow)
-Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On pencil in Perversion (upper liner and waterline)
-Shu Uemura curler
-Cover Girl Lash Perfection mascara in Very Black
-Hard Candy Glamoflauge in Light
-mark. Powder Buff in Nude
Maximize this pic and look closely in my pupil... see anything creepy? O_o
I didn't go out that night so I only did one eye :)



  I've been wanting to do this look for a few weeks; I discovered how good these colors looked together while picking which makeups to pack for vacation, and then I got sick ON vacation so I couldn't do it sooner. It turned out so well that I want to recreate it as a full-face look, maybe with a peachy lip or something. I've also been asked for a tutorial so that will probably be in the works as well; maybe even a video tutorial? :O
Old pic from 2006 of me wearing the green cream shadow I mentioned before; I've been trying to find a similar green ever since ;P

Thanks for reading!<3



*Disclaimer: Some or all images were LIGHTLY edited using Aperture; for details, please read the photo editing disclosure widget at the bottom of my right-side bar.

4 comments:

  1. Again, a perfect look! Can't wait to see more ;) (I would comment more, but most of the time I just drooling at the gorgeous pic's, lol)

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  2. Thanks for your comments, I truly appreciate it!<3

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