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Look of the Day-Green and Brown


I did this look last week. I was inspired by my green blouse. Green is my favorite color to use when doing eyeshadow (especially an all green look) because it layers so beautifully and you can always see how each green color blends into the other green color seamlessly.

I used 4 shadows all together. I did a bit of experimenting with contouring and this was my first time using 2 shades of foundation to combat my two-tone skin, which turned out nice, surprisingly. My brows need to be done again, so excuse how they look. I didn't do any close up pics because of acne breakouts, (still struggling with adult acne) agrrh! 

Products Used

What I used:

-Mac Oil Control Lotion
-Mac Face and Body Foundation in C6 on inner part of my face (my skin is 2 different shades)
-Mac Face and Body Foundation in C7 on outter part of my face
-Mac Blotting Powder in Dark
-Mac Format Blush to contour nose and cheeks

-Elf brow kit in Medium
-Mac Rubenesque (golden peach with gold pearl) paint pot as an eye base
-2 green colors from the eye palette (a grass green and darker green)
-Mac Folie (reddish plum-brown) in crease
-Mac Ricepaper (peachy gold with shimmer) as a highlight color
-Mac Engraved Powerpoint pencil for eyeliner
-Sephora mascara
-Mac Kumquat (tangerine) limited edition lip glass

Normally I don't use these many products but I was going out that day so I wanted to do a full face of makeup :)


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