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Wet n Wild "Greed" Look of the Day

This is the 4th and final look of the day using the Wet n Wild 6 pan palette series. This palette has beige, peachy, gray and black colors. I wanted to do a cut crease with the eyes because I haven't done a cut crease look in a while but it didn't turn out that way. I'll try another time :)

For those who don't know what a cut crease is, click here

I'm practicing more on contouring and highlighting... so, I did some subtle contouring and highlighting on my nose, cheeks and forehead. Hopefully, you'll be able to tell the difference.

Hopefully you can see the cheek highlight and jaw contour in this pic.

-Urban Decay primer potion as my eye base
-matte beige color in my inner lid
-matte peach color in my middle lid
-matte black color in my outer lid and crease color
-matte beige color above my crease
-Mac Studio Finish concealer in NC42 as my highlight
-Elf brow kit in medium
-Ardell Sweetie lashes
-L'oreal Lineur Intense liquid eyeliner
-Mac Power Point eye pencil in Engraved


-Mac Studio Tech foundation in NC44
-Mac Blunt blush as nose, jaw and forehead contour
-Elf Gotta Glow blush as cheek, chin and forehead highlight


-NYX Chestnut lip liner
-Mac Revealing lip glass


Sher said…
beautiful look,I love it!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks Sher... you're always so kind :)
Agent Elle said…
Definitely see the chin/cheek/forehead highlight. Good job!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Thanks girl, you remember how difficult it was in school to get that technique down!
socialitedreams said…
i really like the way that you made that look! i never use that palette and you've inspired me to :)

This is my favorite of the WNW palettes! I love the look and I can definitely see your hi-lites and contours!
Agent Elle said…
I sure do! I struggled w/the contour part.

I almost bought this palette the other day when I went to pick up Vanity, but I think it looks better with your coloring than with mine. W&W is really stepping it up!
Ms. Viva Glam said…
@ Vonnie: Aww, thanks. Try the palette, I want to see what look you're going to create.

@Girl Rates World: Thanks, I was wondering if anyone could see my contouring and higlighting :)

@ Agent Elle: Wet n Wild is stepping it up. I think they're becoming my next fave brand. I just bought some liners from them, it was 75% off at Rite Aid. They're discontinuing a few items and marking them down.

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