Saturday, October 3, 2009

Golden Smoke FOTD: MAC Gilt By Association

Here's my first look of the day. Hope everyone likes it. I did a nice simple way to use MAC Gilt By Association. It's a lovely mineralized eyeshadow featuring a black base and lots of gold. It kind of reflects my hair at the moment. ;) As well, I just wanted to put it out there that I didn't find a lot of fallout with the Mineralized Eyeshadows when used wet. Even when blending in at the crease, I didn't find there was much more fallout then when using any other MAC eyeshadows.


Benefit Brow Zing, Deep

Urban Decay Primer Potion

MAC Greasepaint Stick
, Black
MAC Mineralized Eyeshadow, Gilt By Association
MAC Eyeshadow, Signed, Sealed

MAC Eyeshadow, Blanc Type

MAC Kohl Power Eye Pencil, Feline
MAC Kohl Power Eye Pencil, Orpheus
MAC Fluidline, Blacktrack

MAC Zoomlash, Zoomblack

MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation, NC40

MAC Mineralize Loose Foundation, Medium Plus
MAC Mineralize Blush Duo, Grand Duo
MAC Mineralize Skin Finish, Soft & Gentle

MAC Shape & Sculpt Duo, Accentuate & Sculpt


NYX Lip Pencil, Natural
MAC Lipstick, Honeylove

MAC Dazzleglass, Moth to Flame

Directions: Brush and groom eyebrows, fill in with Benefit Brow Zing using MAC 266 brush. Apply a smooth thin layer of Urban Decay Primer Potion to lid. Apply MAC Greasepaint Stick in Black directly to lid, blend out edges using a MAC 239 brush. Apply MAC GBA wet all over lid using the same MAC 239 brush (I used MAC Fix+). Apply MAC Blanc Type to brow bone using MAC 252 brush. Using a MAC 226 or 224 brush, define crease with MAC Signed, Sealed and MAC GBA. Tightline upper lashline using MAC 212 brush and MAC Blacktrack. Line waterline and upper lashline with MAC Feline. Line lower lashline with MAC Orpheus. Smoke out further using MAC 219 brush and MAC Gilt By Association. Curl lashes, apply MAC Zoomlash to upper and lower lashes.

Apply MAC Grand Duo using MAC 187 to desired intensity. Highlight with Soft & Gentle. Line lips with NYX Natural, apply MAC Honeylove and top with MAC Moth to Flame. Please note that pictures are clickable. Cheers & enjoy =)


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