Chartreuse Look

Chartreuse is a yellow-green color named after the color of a French liqueur. It is also the name of a MAC Pro pigment that I’ve been liking a lot lately. I got a sample of it initially, but since I’ve used it many times already I decided to buy the full-size pigment at the MAC Pro store in San Francisco over the weekend.

– MAC Paint Pot in “Soft Ochre” (entire lid)
– MAC Pro Pigment in “Chartreuse” (applied wet on inner to center lid using a sponge applicator and MAC Pro Mixing Medium – Water Base)
– MAC E/S in “Sumptuous Olive” (apply and blend along crease and outer V)
– MAC Pro E/S in “Ground Brown” (outer V on top of Sumptuous Olive)
– MAC E/S in “Ricepaper” (highlight)
– Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in “Black Ink” (upper lash line)
– MAC Eye Kohl in “Teddy” (lower waterline and lower lash line)
– Lancome Oscillating Mascara (top and bottom lashes)

– Benefit Bronzing Powder in “Hoola” (contour)
– MAC Powder Blush in “Well Dressed” (on apples)

– MAC L/S in “Show Orchid”

I usually come up with the colors I want to use for my makeup for a particular day based on what I’m wearing. This is the multi-color crochet vest (Forever 21; $29.80) that I wore with this makeup:

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