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A Bulletproof Sin LOTD

Catchy title? Sugarpill's Bulletproof eyeshadow and Urban Decay's Sin eyeshadow were two of the main colors that I used on my lid.

It seems like I've been stuck on neutral looks for so long, the Urban Decay Naked palette makes it so easy. Here is a neutral silver and brownish look I did using the Naked 1 palette. I have a love-hate with lashes, this time the lashes were on point...practice makes perfect. To enlarge, click the pic.


Eyes and Brows

-Elf Brow Kit in medium
-Urban Decay primer potion as eyelid primer
-Urban Decay Sin e/s on lid
-Sugarpill Bulletproof e/s on outer v
-Urban Decay Naked e/s as transition color
-Urban Decay Virgin e/s as highlight color
-Black Radiance Creme liner on upper and lower lashlines
-Miss Adoro #66 lashes


-Black Opal Creme to powder foundation in Rich Caramel
-Bobbi Brown peach corrector under eyes
-Mac Studio Fix C6 powder
-Mac My Paradise cheek powder
-Mac Blunt blush to contour


-Jordana Iced Brandy lipliner
-Mac Sophisto l/s
-Ashley Stewart peach l/g


Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks so much, Jennifer :-)
La said…
Gorgeous!!! I love this! I remember I hated Sin at first, but now I LOVE it!!!

This look is absolutely stunning!
Sharon said…
So gorgeous honey as always<3
Ms. Viva Glam said…
@ La: Yeah, I wasn't crazy about Sin at first... but, I like it now. Thanks La!

@Sharon: You're sweet, Sharon. Thanks as always :-)

@Agent Elle: Thanks, girl... you're rubbing off on me, lol. I know how much you love your neutrals.
you look so gorgeous in these pics, missy!!! You're glowing like you are in love ;-)
You look a in love glow :-)
socialitedreams said…
super pretty day to day neutral look :D
Ms. Viva Glam said…
@GirlRatesWorld: Thanks Nikki! You're so kind. I wish it was an in love glow but, it's not the case yet.

@Socialitedreams: Thanks a million!
Beauty Thesis said…
This is gorgeous, you look amazing and you definitely nailed the lashes. :]

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