I've featured this palette several times before, but today, I meditate on the theme of BROWN.
These are the products I used, until I realized that the liquid lipstick wasn't the brown I was looking for and ended up swapping that out for SUQQU Creamy Glow lipstick in Hiwada (swatches here).
I used the darkest brown shade with a pointy pencil brush (Chikuhodo Z10) to lightly define my socket line. I also used the same dark shade to define around my upper and lower lash line. I mixed the copper & gold shades and used that to color the upper lid and also lightly on my lower lash line. I blend out the edges with the pearly base shade from the palette with a fluffy blending brush. I tight lined for additional subtle definition to the upper lashes.
All right, a Night Look:
Brown is my story and I am sticking with it. My night look is similar in concept to the day one above, but used more intense colors in the lips and cheeks as well as amping on the colors selected for the eyes.
Tom Ford Ravish is a true chameleon for me. I wear it with a very light hand most times and it acts the way a nude blush like Rouge Bunny Rouge Delicata would (from the Day Look). But applied with a forceful hand, the brown-red tones really come blooming forth. Quite something, eh?
Isn't there some outdated rule that says don't do all features with intensity at the same time? Well, FECK IT! Eyes, Cheek, Lips! BROWN! BROWN COW NOW! SUQQU Ichikiju is a stunning red to complement all the other strong features in this night (hooker) look.
Close up of the Mitsucha eyes:
What colors are your favorites for a single-color meditative session on your face?
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Until next time, sisters, MOOOOOOO!
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