October 6, 2010

Get the Look - Rose Gold Eyes

Updated 03/05/2011 & 03/06/2011

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Due to information uncovered and revealed about this company, I cannot in good conscience or good faith recommend anyone support this reportedly handmade, organic small business. If information had been disclosed prior to discovery by the shop owner herself, I would have no problem with continuing to purchase. Regretfully, the scope of the lie and how many different people it could have potentially affected and hurt leaves me no other choice than to say this is not an honest company to do business with.

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I look around and observe makeup that women wear. If you do the same, chances are that you don't see too many ladies wearing anything other than browns, taupes, greens, nudes, and the occasional blue. It's almost as if they're afraid of a resurgence of colored eye shadows will bring about the garish colorings of the 80's. They're avoided. Or they're such a hint of color- they might as well be a neutral tone.

Well- I'm here to disprove that notion. That's right... You can wear different "non-conventional" bright colors on your eyes without looking like a blast from the past- provided it's applied correctly. For the first look of bright colors that typically induce feelings of apprehension, I've used pink. Now before any of you freak out and say "But that's going to make me look like I've got some sort of foreign disease on my eyes..." remember- application is key!

For this entire look I've used Orglamix Cosmetics. This particular color scheme was a request from HockeyHoney87 via YouTube!

Now that we've cleared up the fact that pigments of the bright persuasion can indeed be applied to your lids without making you look like a clown... All said and done, pink can look quite amazing when applied correctly. Variations of this look include using a brown or taupe color in the crease of the eye- instead of a darker pink/red to tone neutralize the look. You can add gray for a smokier eye, or black for the dramatic at heart. Remember- play! Makeup isn't like tattoos- you don't end up with a permanent design! If you make a mistake... A makeup wipe, or cotton ball and eye makeup remover will seconds later have you corrected and ready to continue!

Remember... Have FUN! That's the most important part of playing with makeup!!!

Colors used for Rose Gold Eyes:
Magnetism: Eye Primer
Baie Rose- Shimmery pink shadow with gold and rose flecks; also applied as blush
Watermelon- Soft medium-pink with plenty of pink flecks and shimmer
Red Currant- Medium-Dark pink with a hint of silvery and dark pink shimmer
Slate- Duo-chrome color, white to purple shift, looks gray in pot but iridescent when applied to skin

Wet 'N Wild Eyeliner Pencils in White and Black
Wet 'N Wild Gel-Eyeliner in Black
Wet 'N Wild MegaLength Mascara in Black
Sally Hansen Satin Effects Lip-Gloss in Delightful
Physicians Formula Organics: Translucent Foundation

That's the list of everything on my face!

Thanks for coming by!
xoxoxo ~*Snarky P

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