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Black symbolizes sexy, smouldering, bold attitude. A black smokey eye look changes the whole attitude of others towards you. Suddenly others perceive you a vixen, a don’t-mess-with-me lady, a rockstar, a complete kick ass female. Carrying a black smokey look is a challenge, it’s not for everyone and definitely not a every day look.
Green and purple are one of my favorite combinations, when it comes to dresses, jewelery and especially when it comes to eye makeup. Somehow, these colors call out to the inner princess in me and I have to get my hands on any makeup product with these colors in it. Of course, excluding lip and cheek products. LOL
Before Urban Decay happened to me, I hated blue colored eyeshadows with a fierce conviction that it was just not made for my skin tone. And then, I saw Evidence in the Urban Decay Smoked palette and I can’t believe that I had been missing out on such a regal shade. It really does look like the blue of Royals, and it was a real delight using it ( there I go Johnny English again! LOL ). Continue reading
This post is solely a tutorial featuring the Urban Decay Smoked palette (review here) and using TWO of my favorite shades from it, a beautiful shimmery taupe, Mushroom and a shimmery brown Barlust. I have mentioned before in my review how versatile this palette is due to the selection of color shades. And to prove that, I will be doing a series of tutorials demonstrating various smokey looks that have been created from this palette alone. Continue reading
I am back, just like I promised, with my new eye look featuring the second Maybelline Eyestudio Quad I bought from Amazon, Mad for Mauve.