Monday, August 9, 2010

FOTD: Time for Some Kitschmas Partylicious, but Hang Loose and Gimme That!

Aren't MAC product names wonderful??? Just thought I'd have a little fun with some of those product names in the title today. For this look I used several MAC Pigments applied wet and blended out with a dry MAC 217 brush. I must say that it really brings out the shimmer level a lot! One of my favorite parts of this look is Gimme That! Dare To Wear Lipglass. I love the level of shimmer in this gloss and am sure to wear this in many more looks ;)

Urban Decay Eye Shadow Primer Potion
MAC Pigment, If It Sparkles...
MAC Pigment, Kitschmas
MAC Pigment, Partylicious
MAC Pigment, Later.
MAC Paint Pot, Bare Study
MAC Greasepaint Stick, V
MAC Powerpoint Eye Kohl, Feline
MAC Opulash Mascara, Bad, Bad, Black

MAC Mineralize Blush Duo, Hang Loose

MAC Lipstick, Milan Mode
MAC Dare To Wear Lipglass, Gimme That!

Apply Urban Decay Primer Potion to lids, allow to set. Apply Bare Study to lids with a MAC 217 brush. Apply If It Sparkles to brow bone with a MAC 239 brush. Wet 239 brush with MAC Fix+ or MAC Charged Water and apply If It Sparkles to inner third of eye lid. Apply with wet 239 brush Kitschmas to middle third of eye lid. Apply with wet 239 brush Partylicious to outer third of lid. Apply V Greasepaint Stick to crease and blend out a MAC 219 brush. Wet a 228 brush and apply Later. to crease. Blend out edges of shadow with a MAC 222 or 217 brush. Apply to outer crease Kitschmas with a 217 brush. Tightline upper and lower lashline with Feline. Curl lashes and apply mascara. Apply Hang Loose to apples of cheeks with a MAC 131 or 129 brush. Apply shimmery lilac side of Hang Loose to tip of nose and top of cheekbones with MAC 165 brush. (If desired, line lips with MAC Magenta Lip Pencil or NYX Pinky 835 Lipliner.) Apply Milan Mode to lips and top with Gimme That! Lipglass.

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  1. I love the combination of colors! And yes, Gimmy that! looks so wonderful and sparkly on you :)

  2. Glad you like it! Gimme That! is definitely one to try :)