|Some products provided for review, some purchased by me. All opinions are my own.|
One of my little goals for my blog this year is to practice more with makeup, and incorporate more makeup looks. Yesterday, I pulled out my Eddie Funkhouser Hyperreal Color Palette Girls On Film, and built a look around that.
I wear glasses 99.9% of the time that my eyes are open. I'm blind as a bat without them. I like creating bold looks that can be seen behind my glasses.
I used the light blue/grey under the browbone and in the inner half of my eyelid, and then used the dark grey on the outer half and in the crease. I used the dark blue to darken the outer V and some of the crease.
By the way, I love the packaging on Eddie's products. Usually. When you look at the shadow palette, it is all sleek rounded corners, clear windows, and elegant black packaging. But, we humans like to open our packaging the same way. We want all our bottles to twist off the same direction, we want our jars to open the same direction, and we want our palettes to open from the bottom. Well, Eddie's palettes open sideways. So, every time I pull out one of his palettes, I spend way too long twisting and turning the package, trying to open it. Bested by an eyeshadow palette, yet again.
Too Faced Bulletproof Brows in Brunette pretty consistently. My guess is my bathroom lighting. I also used my Physicians Formula liner in Ultra black and my new fave mascara, L'Oreal Voluminous Butterfly.
My face products are some of my faves from Cover FX - the Illuminating Primer, BB Gel, and on my chin stress-cyst-zit, I used the Blemish Primer and the Blemish Treatment Concealer.
Other makeup includes my Cara Cosmetics Photo Hydra Concealer, ELF Blush/Bronzer in Fiji. and NARS Translucent Crystal Setting Powder.
The lipstick is NARS Audrey, which was a gift from a friend. I lurve it. One of my new faves!
Do you wear glasses? Do you wear your makeup differently when you wear them?