February 4, 2011

Good vs Evil : A Collaboration!

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

This is strictly my own personal opinion about the matter. All material uncovered was done through a public google internet search with a few different keyword entries.

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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Gather round good and evil chicks... You're not going to want to pass up this epic collaboration of picture goodness coming your way.

In my exploration of makeup, I've been very fortunate to make some pretty awesome friends here online who share my obsession... Er.... Love of makeup and colors. Those who are unafraid to dive straight in and do an outrageous look, just because. For no special reason.

Without any further ado, the beautiful and talented Makeup Zombie and I will be releasing looks together with different themes and interpretations, colors, textures, and sharing with you what we create. Today we'll be kicking off with "Good vs Evil" looks.

I grabbed a suit jacket, my black fedora, and a sparkly chandelier necklace.... And rocked the "Mean Girl" look. All I needed was a Tommy-Gun, but I couldn't find one...What do you think!?
My eyes, I went super-dramatic on. After all, I'm supposed to be bad... The shadows were applied dry, with a precision brush to create the cut-crease, cat-eye swoop, and double wing at the outside corners of my eyes. I also used it to draw the double-wing on the inside corner of my eyes. I think I'm going to have to re-create this look and venture out one night... I'm seriously in love with it!
On my face:
e.l.f. Complexion Perfection
Physicians Formula Organics: Mineral Foundation in Translucent Fair
e.l.f. Concealer & Highlighter double-ended wand (blemishes & under eyes)
e.l.f. High Definition Powder

My Beauty Addiction Shadow-Poxy eye primer
Orglamix Stone on inside corners and first half of eyelid
Concrete Minerals Seance to create cut crease, cat-eye, double/triple wings & lower lid
Concrete Minerals Strobelight on outer half of top lid, blended on top of cut crease and cat eye on upper lid & underneath Seance on bottom lid, and blended on inside corners of eyes and in between wings at outer corners
Moi Minerals Cosmetics Shimmers and Pearls on browbone and on inner tearduct of eye
Wet 'N Wild Black Kohl eyeliner pencil on waterlines, and on top lid
Wet 'N Wild MegaPlump mascara on top and bottom lashes
Dept. 18 False Lashes, blue & magenta zig zags (from Halloween)

Moi Minerals Cosmetics eyeshadow Wish in hollows of cheekbones, and Valentine on apples of cheeks

N.Y.C. red lip pencil in 957 & Wet 'N Wild lipstick in 514A

Now I know you're wondering... What's the good girl look?
Well... The lovely and talented Makeup Zombie has created the opposite look of mine- so you'll have to click her picture below to see "Good Girl"

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x0x0x0 ~* The Mean Girl, aka Snarky P