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MOTD – Electric Blue Smokey Eyeshadow

Products used:
Lorac Bejeweled Palette – Similar: Sephora Collection Moonshadow Palette
GOSH Cosmetics Extreme Art Eyeliner #09 – Similar:Urban Decay 24/7 Liquid Liner
Makeup Forever Kohl Pencil in Matte White
Lancome Cils Booster XL Mascara Base
Rimmel Extra Super Lash Mascara

My makeup of the day today is a little dark and vampy, but still vibrant with a pop of electric blue. I applied a black shadow all over the lid and blended it outwards. Next I took a bright blue shadow and applied it on top of the black, just over the eyelids without blending it into the crease. I darkened the outer corners a little more with some black again, then applied a bright blue liquid liner to the inner half of my top lid. White eyeliner on the bottom waterline helps to make the eyes pop a bit more, and finally I finished with my one product I couldn’t live without — Lancome CILS Booster XL — followed by mascara on top. The CILS Booster is like a mascara primer. It goes on white and makes your eyelashes fuller and super long!

I’m still trying to get the hang of photographing my eye makeup. It’s probably one of the toughest shots to try to get, especially if you’re attempting it yourself. If anyone knows of any tips, please share?

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Dana Fox

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March 8, 2013