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Pink Bordello (LOTD)

I'm back with another look! I decided to do a look using mostly products that I recently hauled in the last few months, besides four products; everything mentioned was recently purchased.  I'm seriously trying to use everything I buy.

I was inspired by the pink blouse I was wearing and I decided to use Urban Decay's Bordello (pale mauve with gold micro-glitter) eyeshadow as my main color, it came out being a melange of a pink frosty look. I was feeling extra, so I wore some lashes! Take a look for yourself :-)









Products Used

Brows

-Anastasia Beverly Hills dip brow pomade in Auburn
-Mac Select Cover Up concealer NC45 to clean up brows

Eyes

-Lorac Behind the Scenes eyeshadow primer
-Lorac Nectar e/s as highlight
-Lorac Light Brown e/s as transition color
-Lorac Cool Gray e/s as crease color
-Urban Decay Bordello e/s on lid
-Maybelline Ultra Liner black liquid liner on upper lash line
-Wink and Pout Baby Doll lashes by Kym Lee
-Eylure Lashfix adhesive glue
-Mac PowerPoint eye pencil in engraved on lower lash line
-Urban Decay Perversion mascara

Face

-Mac Strobe cream to moisturize and prime
-La Girl Pro concealer in Fawn under eyes
-AJ Crimson cream foundations in 4 and 4.5
-Cover Girl Queen Bronzer in brown bronze as blush & subtle contour

Lips

-Shea Yeleen shea butter honey lip balm
-Mac Nightmoth lip liner
-Mac Rebel l/s

Comments

Lily Seymour said…
Very pretty! I just picked up Fawn, I normally use Toffee so i'll see if Fawn works for me or now.
Mysvivaglam said…
Thank you! Fawn is a tad lighter than my skin...I use it to brighten my under eye area and I can highlight with it. I think it would look good as a highlight for you too.
Really pretty! Reminds me of an ice princess.
Mysvivaglam said…
Thanks, Danielle! It actually does...now that I look at it again.

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