Tuesday, 12 October 2010

LOTD: Tricolore

My posting has been a bit erratic lately with various holidays and work trips. Hopefully it will calm down now and I'll be able to get back to more frequent posts. 


My latest overseas excursion was to Strasbourg for work so I decided to do a tricolore inspired look but with different colours rather than the traditional red, white and blue. A few of the colours are ones I use a lot, I love them but I'm going to try and give them a break for a while and try some new stuff. If anyone has any colour suggestions let me know!








What I used

Face
Meow Equilibrium primer
Meow Pampered Puss foundation (Frisky Sphynx/Naughty Mau)
Meow Camo-Cat concealer in yellow
Meow blush in Snarky

Eyes
E.L.F. Mineral Primer
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
Fyrinnae Rapunzel Had Extensions on browbone and inner lower lashline
Fyrinnae Painted Roses on inner 1/3 of lid
Aromaleigh Cricket on middle of lid
Evil Shades Erinnye on outer lid, blended into crease and on lower lashline
Max Factor kohl in black on wetline
E.L.F. Mineral Mascara in black

Lips 
Fyrinnae lip lustre (I can't remember the colour, maybe either Visual Kei or Shangri La)





8 comments:

  1. A very pretty and interesting look! I like the pink and green/yellow color combination. Cricket is a very pretty color!

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  2. I love the photo where you're looking up! These colors are so fantastic together. :) Now I want to try pairing Cricket with some pinks.

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  3. nice combo, And I also love the photo when you are looking up =)

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  4. I love pink & green together, great look! I like the lip color you chose too.

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  5. I'm really digging the colour combo and placement :D

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  6. @The Peach Thank you. I love Cricket, it's such a pretty colour.

    @Painted Moogle Thank you, I love green and pink as a combo. I got the idea of the looking up photo from Phyrra's blog, it always looks so awesome when she does it.

    @Amandita Thank you

    @Heather Thanks, I love Cricket and Painted Roses.

    @SilhouetteScreams Thank you. I wasn't sure how the colours were going to turn out but I was really pleased with the look.

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