Rose Gold Eyes

Rose Gold Eyes

I use a lot of the same glitters for every eye look that I do. It’s about finding the right consistency and layers. Some glitters I apply become thick and dull when layered upon layer. I find this happens with the Urban Decay Liquid Moondust shadow.

This look is focusing on the liquid Moondust. I didn’t use this effectively until now. I began to use the product by applying it on top of wet concealer that I used to define my eye shadow. I soon realised that with its thin, lipgloss-like brush, definition was easy to achieve through using this product like a paint brush on its own. I didn’t need my concealer to define by eye as this product was incredible for it. It’s pigmentation is incredible. Please restrain from doing what I have done and use concealer first to define the eye base. I found the concealer mixes with the liquid and makes it dull and muddy.

After applying this product (roughly three layers in total), I used the Chanel cream eyeshadow in white to achieve a sort of reflective look in the centre of my lid; sort of as if my eyes were catching the sun. I also used this product as an underbrow highlight. I think my favourite thing about my glitters is that I use them as multi-purpose products; not just for what they say on the packaging. I also dabbed a tiny bit of Urban Decay Distortion Liquid Eyeliner in the centre of the lid. The Urban Decay eye products are the most beautifully pigmented and cheap eye shadows I have ever used. I recommend whole heartedly. Now, please enjoy the look I created. This blog post was just short and sweet to show you my most recent look. I have also added more pictures to my Parklife makeup as I did the Sunday Makeups too. Go check that out here.

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    19th January 2018 / 6:18 pm

    Thank you so much!!

  2. 24th June 2017 / 11:49 pm

    Super gorgeous!!

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