Feeling a little under the weather, but still wanted to look pretty so I did a simple-yet-sparkly look using Pug shimmer cream shadow by Buxom as well as Sephora silver glitter liner:
To start, I appy Pug all over my top eyelid:
Next, I line my bottom lid with black pencil liner:
Then I soften the liner with a little more Pug:
With black cream eyeliner, I draw a defined wing along my top lash line while redefining my lower lash line:
For more depth, I'm going to apply a little matte black shadow along the outer corners of my eye:
Then I'm going to enhance my top winged line with Sephora's glitter eyeliner in Silver:
Curl lashes, add mascara, and I'm all set to go!
Totally not wearing the right colored shirt for the makeup. Oh well, haha. Does this lippy look familiar? I wore it in the last post when I got my haircut. If anyone's interested, it's WnW Wild Shine Lipstick in 928 Fierce.
It's a glossy lipstick that's packed with shine. I like the smooth application and non-drying formula. As for long-lasting? Average, but the color is so pretty and for only $2.99, I'm not going to complain!
I'm also wearing a new pressed powder. I dislike purchasing high-end cosmetics, especially when they're not on sale, but I bit the bullet and purchased a compact of MAC Studio Fix, shown here in C3. Apparently, that's my color.
Studio Fix is a finely-milled pressed powder that offers excellent coverage over my tinted moisturizer. Does it work any better than other pressed powders I've used in the past? Not necessarily, but I did get a glowing compliment from a stranger today asking me how I get my complexion to look so flawless. Sigh. I guess hearing something nice did increase my opinion of this product, lol. I'm going to have to try it out for at least a few more days before I can form an honest opinion, but so far, so good. Set me back about $30 though. Ouch!
Well, that's all for today! I've been working on something kinda cool. Looking forward to posting it soon. :D Happy Monday and have a good night!