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Wet n Wild Silent Treatment (LOTD)

This is a look I did a few days ago, using all the colors from the Silent Treatment Wet n Wild palette that I won! I really like the palette, but; I don't know how I feel about my entire know how we are our own worst critic?!

I love wearing lashes now and I'm just now learning that as much as you love a pair of lashes you can only wear them about 4 times. I really love my Miss Adoro 415 lashes, I wore them so much that they look a mess, I had to throw them away-thankfully, I bought an extra pair :-) Anywho, here is the look...

I'm experimenting with photo editing!



-Avon glimmersticks brow definer dark brown
-Elf eyelid primer
-pink e/s on browbone as highlight
-matte brown e/s from the Wet n Wild Vanity palette as a transition color
-lilac puple e/s on lid
-black e/s in crease
-Black Radiance creme liner in black on upper lashline
-Mac Engraved powerpoint pencil eyeliner on lower lashline
-Miss Adoro lashes 415 (my fave lashes!)


-Mac Prep + Prime Face
-Mac Select Cover up NC45 concealer
-Mac Blot Powder dark
-Elf Berry Merry blush


-Wet n Wild chestunt lipliner
-Maybelline Noteworthy Nude l/s


Shana said…
Nothing like a smokey this look and I need those lip products!
Jennifer said…
Shadows look really pretty on you! I always say that Wet n wild is so underrated in the drugstore beauty world. They have this reputation of being the make-up you wore in high school but they really do have quality, affordable products. And they need to pay me for being their unofficial spokeswoman! lol
Love! Love! Love the look! You look wonderful. I'm definitely checking out that nude l/s from Maybelline too. Thanks for sharing.
Ms. Viva Glam said…
@Shana: Thanks, girl. I found the Maybelline l/s at the Dollar Store!

@Jennifer: Thanks. Lol, I love Wet n Wild too, wasn't much of a fan back in my high school days, but; they've really stepped up their game!

@Jennifer: Thanks so much :-)

@GirlRatesWorld: Thank you! So glad you love it... that nude lippie is my fave nude l/s. I'm sure you'll wear it well.

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