This is a fun colorful look where I used blue, teal, and gold on my eyes, light plum with a white-gold champagne highlighter for my cheeks, and pink for my lips. I got the new “Partylicious” pigment from MAC’s Alice + Olivia collection that launched July 8, 2010 and has been selling out quickly, even online! This collection has three new limited edition pigments, and “Partylicious” is my favorite of the three — it’s a beautiful turquoise color with silver pearl. This is my first look using this gorgeous pigment. If you don’t have “Partylicious”, you can use either MAC Pigment in “Teal” or a similar bright eyeshadow like MAC’s “Electric Eel”.
- MAC Paint Pot in “Soft Ochre” (entire lid)
- MAC Limited Edition Pigment in “Partylicious” (apply wet on outer half of lid using a sponge-tipped applicator and MAC Pro Water Base Mixing Medium — click here to see how to make your own homemade mixing medium; also apply in the same area but on the lower lash line)
- MAC E/S in “Flip” (inner corner to middle lid, and blend where it meets Partylicious; also apply on tear duct and inner lower lash line)
- MAC Limited Edition Pigment in “Bell-Bottom Blue” (apply wet on outer V using a sponge-tipped applicator and some more of the mixing medium; blend towards outer half of crease, and also apply on outer lower lash line) — check your local CCO (Cosmetic Company Outlet) for this pigment!
- MAC E/S in “Ricepaper” (highlight)
- Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in “Black Ink” (upper lash line)
- MAC Eye Kohl in “Smolder” (lower waterline)
- MAC Prep + Prime Lash (top and bottom lashes)
- MAC Plush Lash Mascara (top and bottom lashes)
- Benefit Bronzing Powder in “Hoola” (contour)
- MAC Limited Edition Beauty Powder Blush in “Stark Naked” (on apples)
- TEMPTU AIR pod Highlighter in “301 Champagne” (upper half of apples and up towards temples)
- MAC L/S in “Snob”
This is the look I wore when I hung out with one of my readers and gave her a makeover (click here to see the before and after makeover pictures).