Dec 28, 2009

UD

Hello everyone!

I made something more colorful today, and I also took step by tep pics how to do it.

So I hope you find this useful!

Here's the result:


And full face:
 

WHAT?

You need:

MAC Blackground paint pot
Urban Decay Shattered e/s
Urban Decay Jinx e/s
Urban Decay Last Call e/s
Urban Decay Oil Slick e/s

Urban Decay Polyester Bride
Urban Decay Sin e/s
MAC Blacktrack fluidline
Mascara of your choice

HOW?

First you put MAC Blackground paint pot to your lid:
 

 Then add UD Shattered and Jinx on top of the Blackground:
 

Then blend UD Last Call above the crease, almost up to brow:
 

 BlendLast Call with UD Sin, add Polyester Bride to highlight, and a hint of Oil Slick to crease:
 

Add Oil Slick and Shattered to your lower lashline. Then line your upper lashline and waterline with MAC Blacktrack:
 

Then add mascara, and you're done!
 

Sorry about the bad pics, I'm still struggling with my camera's flash.

And btw, lipstick is MAC Hue mixed with MAC Sandy B.

9 comments:

  1. This one is nice and seems quite simple. Thans a lot.

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  2. how can u make it looks easy??hehe
    its gorgeous dear !

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  3. pretty! I love the color combination :)

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  4. muy linda combinaciĆ³n! la voy a probar...

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  5. Thats beautiful. For some reason I never thought of using a black paint pot - only the light - painterly, batestudy....

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  6. Thanks for posting this tutorial. Your step by step photos make it easy to follow. Sometimes I prefer the step by step photos to the YouTube videos as I don't have to stop the videos to do the look! Please keep your tutorials coming. I love your looks and often want to copy them.

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  7. Wow thank you for this post! The steps too! This confirms my need for MAC Blackground lol!! I've been wondering whether to get it or not, and I see now that I think I do need it for the intense colour I've been trying to achieve! Thank you!

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  8. Another gorgeous look! You have such fantastic use of color and I always look forward to seeing what you've done! :D

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  9. This is absolutely gorgeous! Will certainly try this, thanks for sharing
    Sylvie xx

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