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Girl About Town Look of the Day

Hey Glamour Dolls,

Here is a recent LOTD, this was the first time that I've done a full face of makeup (minus the brows, didn't have time for them) in a few weeks... I missed it so much. I feel like I'm a bit rusty but I'm getting back into the swing of things.

I've had Mac Girl About Town lipstick for years and always thought it was to bold to wear but I decided to wear it yesterday and I loved the color! I can't believe I didn't wear it for so long.


-L'oreal Hip Intrepid pigment on my lid
-Mac Saddle and Folie in my crease
-Mac Ricepaper as my highlight
-Mac Undercurrent (teal) pearlglide intense liner on upper lash line
-Urban Decay Zero (black) eye pencil on lower lash line
-L'oreal Voluminous mascara


-Mac Face and Body foundation in C7
-Mac NC45 Studio Finish conealer
-Mac Studio Fix powder in C6
-NYX Bronze Goddess cream blush


-Mac Currant lip liner
-Mac Girl About Town lipstick
-Mac Love Nectar lip glass

I really like the L'oreal Intrepid pigment, it has shades of brown and green. It looks like two different colors but it's only one color. It's a good dupe for Mac Club eyeshadow and Mac Blue/Brown pigment.


Shana said…
it looks so pretty on you!
Trina J Makeup said…
Ms.Viva Glam, I love love MAC's Girl About Town! It is such a bold pink. It looks great on your skin :)
Kenya Ortiz said…
I love it, you go girl!!!!
socialitedreams said…
that color is heaven on you
Ms. Viva Glam said…
@ Kenya: Lol, thanks girl :)

@ Socialite: Thanks girl, you're really sweet.
CocoagirlD said…
Hey Ms. Viva Glam yes this is your go to color honey.. this pops on your complexion.. so keep this one in the purse..
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks Cocoa! Good idea, I'll keep this color in my purse for those days that I want an extra oomph :)

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