Half-Wild Purple Makeup Look

This is my first makeup look using the MAC Limited Edition Paint Pot in “Half-Wild” that I just reviewed. I used Half-Wild as a base on my lid to make the Inglot purple eye shadow I applied on top much bolder. I decided to add a light gray color to the purple eye makeup to match a gray and purple dress I was wearing that day, but I also like how the purple stands out even more against the matte gray.


EYES
– Inglot Eye Makeup Base in “01” (entire lid)
– MAC Limited Edition Paint Pot in “Half-Wild” (lower lid, just above crease)
– Inglot E/S Matte in “324” (highlight) — this is a light gray color
– Inglot E/S Pearl in “441” (on top of Half-Wild on lower lid) — this is a medium-dark violet color
– Inglot E/S D.S. in “493” (apply and blend along entire crease) — this is a sparkly lilac color
– Inglot Rainbow E/S in “114R” — mid-tone purple, the darkest of the 3 purple shades (outer V)
– Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel in “77″ (upper lash line)
– MAC Eye Kohl in “Phone Number” (lower waterline)
– Make Up For Ever Aqua Smoky Lash Waterproof Extra Black Mascara (two coats on top and one coat on bottom lashes)

CHEEKS
– Benefit Bronzing Powder in “Hoola” (contour)
– MAC Powder Blush in “Breath of Plum” (on apples)

LIPS
– MAC L/S in “Naked Paris”

The lipstick I’m wearing is what I got for free when I Back2MACed 6 empty MAC containers. I like things that are Paris themed and anything with Eiffel Towers, since that’s where I got engaged. But now that I thought more about the name “Naked Paris”, I’m wondering if it’s referring to a certain hotel chain heiress instead of the romantic city I had in mind. :P Either way, the color is a pretty pink brown with shimmer!

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