Sunday, 20 April 2014

My F.O.T.D / E.O.T.D -Easter Surprise




Well good afternoon guys,

So here's the overall look. 



  • So firstly I prepped , primed my face & put foundation on it .


  • Then I primed my lids with urban decay's primer lotion. 
  • To give the defined line , I used scotch tape (Sellotape) on the side of my eyes  & I applied Urban Decay's -Slowburn from the electric palette all over my lids. 
  • I used Creep from Urban Decay's Naked Palette and gave a cut crease affect to my crease and began to blend upwards . 
  • I then applied the same shade to my outer V.
  •  I used the shade Toxic from Urban Decay's Vice 2 and blended it above my crease in a wind wiper motion. 
  • Then it was time to apply maybelline's gel liner to give that winged liner look . I lined my water line and applied mascara . 
  • To give more definition to the look I used eyelure eyelashes and To top it all off I used the shade Thrash from Urban Decay's Electric Palette.
After my eyes were done , I removed the tape , and voila!! That defined line your hand just can't create (or at least mine can't )

Now,  after all that drama is over, I concealed , highlighted and contoured my shapeless face. I need to sculpt nearly everywhere, but that's just me. The blush I used was m.a.c  

I lined my lips with a drugstore nude lip liner, I'm not quite sure the name of the shade but anything will do. For my lips I didn't use lipstick. I mixed Slowburn again with a clear gloss and put it all over my lips. If you read my Urban Decay's Electric Palette review, you'll know that you can apply the shades to your lips, hair and nails. Go check the review out at --> Urban Decay's Electric Palette 


 And you'll end up with .. 

Let me know if that was helpful of if you'd rather a pictorial. I hope you liked
The look :) 

Until next time..
Steph 

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