What do you do when you have an awkward $13 left on your Bloomingdales gift card? Buy a single eyeshadow, duh.
–Urban Decay Primer Potion
–Benefit Dandelion blush (not a mistake)
-Sigma Beauty eyeshadow in ‘Shout’
–Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadow in ‘Surface of the Sun’
–Urban Decay eyeshadow in ‘Sin’ (inner corner)
–NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in ‘Milk’
-Stila Stay All Day liquid liner
–Maybelline Colossal mascara
–Urban Decay eyeshadows in ‘Naked’ and ‘Secret Service’ (brows)
–Maybelline Brow Drama brow gel in ‘Soft Brown’
–Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealer in ‘Fair/Light’ (undereyes)
-MAC Pro Longwear concealer in ‘NW15’ (over redness)
-MAC Mineralized Skin Finish Natural in ‘Light’
-MAC Studio Sculpt Defining powder in ‘Delicates’
–NARS blush in ‘Orgasm’
-Colourpop Super Shock Cheek highlighter in ‘Lunch Money’
-KIKO Milano highlighter in ’01’
-MAC lipstick in ‘Please Me’
-Maybelline ColorSensational lipstick in ‘Nude Attitude’
Last week I gave into the deep red-brown toned/teal duochrome obsession that I have. For a third time. I should have known better, yes but does that ever stop me when it comes to beauty? Nope.
So here’s the newest addition to my collection: the Urban Decay Moondust eyeshadow in “Solstice”.
|From L to R: MAC “Blue Brown” pigment, Urban Decay Moondust eyeshadow in “Solstice”, Colourpop eyeshadow in “Kindness”|
In my look in my last post I layered Colourpop with Urban Decay on top to add extra vibrancy.
While I initially thought I had three very, very similar shadows on my hands, I really don’t. They all kind of do their own thing and work in their own ways. I’m so happy about that, too…. because I hate duplicates in my collection 😉