bright blue st patrick’s day

eotd with black rose minerals lament

i intended to do a bright green look for the day, but wanted to use something that haven’t been featured on the blog. it’s also been a while that i do sample baggies makeup challenge. i decided to find something green from the baggies.

blame the insufficient bathroom light. i picked black rose minerals eyeshadow in lament. it appeared green with some blue, but didn’t expect it ended up so blue. i can’t find this color on the website so i assume it’s been discontinued.

i forgot to apply mascara. you probably don’t notice if it’s not mentioned. didn’t make any difference to my short lashes.

eotd with black rose minerals lament

products used on the eyes:

  • etude house proof 10 primer
  • rimmel brow pencil in dark brown – to define the shape
  • rimmel brow pencil in hazel – fill in the brows
  • styli-style line & seal eye pencil in turq – as base along the top lashline and line the bottom lashline
  • black rose minerals eyeshadow in lament – all around the eyes
  • brown from physician’s formula gel liner for brown eyes trio – top and bottom lashline
  • nyx jumbo pencil in youghurt – inner corner of the eyes

bright blue eyes look

other makeups used:

  • skinfood good afternoon honey black tea bb cream in #1
  • skinfood salmon dark circle concealer in #1
  • bourjois blush in rose d’or
  • shiro cosmetics intertubes in why not zoidberg
bright blue eyes look

it’s been a while i’ve done something bright and not the boring ‘simple and natural’. i like how it turns out. wearing something bright also brightens my mood!

blue nails

coincidentally i was wearing blue on my nails. essence nail polish in the boy next door.

3 thoughts on “bright blue st patrick’s day

  1. Cynthia Reply

    Blue shadows are such a beautiful color. I hope someday I wear more blue eyeshadow out, especially for spring time.

  2. prettymom Reply

    @e-von, thank you!

    @cyn, not all blues look good on me but this blue looks good. i still haven’t worked out which blues look good on me. you are the color expert maybe you can tell what properties in this blue that works?

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