I like how this hair color makes my eyes stand out more, so I kinda tried to play that up a little.
I used Inglot pigment 68, Urban Decay "Twice Baked", a tan from my 88 palette, and Inglot 393 p for this look.
And this one has been a staple in my makeup routine lately (I change the colors though). It's so easy but it's dramatic enough to keep me happy. I'm actually more comfortable having a heavy line under my eye than on my lid. I think it's because of my eye shape.
|Sorry about the wet hair!|
I used MAC "Vanilla" and "Melon" pigments, a super sparkley gold/white Jesse's Girl pigment (sorry, it doesn't have a name on it) which is so pretty but didn't show up on camera very well, and a little bit of Inglot 363 m to contour my eye. And under my eye, I put a layer of NYX "Black bean" JEP and then I used a Sally Girl baked purple eyeshadow (sorry, again, no name.) this little shadow is GREAT over a base (on its own, not so much) but it's only .99 at Sally Beauty Supply.
I just got this new facial moisturizer that so far I'm in love with. If it keeps it up, I'll do a review for you because so far, it's awesome! I have troublesome skin that usually hates new things so since I haven't reacted badly yet, I have high hopes!
Sorry the makeup isn't amazingly creative but it's getting harder and harder for me to find time to wear crazy makeup because sometimes I have to go to my daughter's school and always the bus stop and I don't want to be the crazy makeup mom haha. But I hope you can appreciate the toned down makeup as well! Thank you guys!!