I've been trying all different looks with myElectric Palette from Urban Decay and I can't get enough. The look I'll be showing today is a wearable one.
List of products:
Electric Palette Urban Decay
Smoky Extravagant Mascara Make Up For Ever
Melted Lipstick Too Faced
Primer Potion Urban Decay
After I primed my eye I highlighted the inner corners of my eyes and the brow bone with Zephyr.
I then took Laced and put it all over the lid and then worked Naked into my crease.
Then I did a cat-eye with my liquid liner from Stila. Starting at the outer corner of the eye I drew a line outward and brought the outline inward. Then going from the inner corner I finished the outline and filled it in.
Then with the smudge crayon I lined my waterline to add definition.
Then from the Electric Palette I used Thrash and lined under my lashes out to the wing and around my tear duct. I then used my new favorite mascara from Make Up For Ever to do my lashes.
This mascara is lovely, light weight and lengthening.
I got a sample of this from Sephora and was eager to try it since I hadn't ever tried a Make Up For Ever mascara before. The oddly shaped brush made me unsure at first and it does take a little navigating to figure out how to best use it, but once you've got the hang of it this super black mascara. This mascara is also volumizing and keeps lashes curled. Really I tried to find something negative to say about this but I couldn't think of any. It doesn't flake, it isn't heavy or drying...just get some, you won't be sorry.
Left: naked lashes Right: with Smoky Extravagant Mascara
This is the finished look topped off with neon nails and the new Melted Liquid Lipstick
from Too Faced. If you wonder what I think of these lipstick be sure to check out my next post because I have another shade and a review coming your way.
I hope this post has been a fun look/review to read and this is not the last look
from the Electric Palette. Hint: Do You Want To Build A Snowman? If you want to see more follow my Twitter and Instagram.
"The most beautiful makeup for a women
is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy." Yves Saint Laurent