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Lala Land

28 May

Now that it’s almost summertime, I can whip out my bright eyeshadow colors and not feel embarrassed about wearing vibrant shades on my eyes!  I decided to play around a bit with MAC’s La la eyeshadow, but instead of pairing it with the expected pinks and purples, I chose up the “fun” factor by mixing it with  bright yellow gold, Gorgeous Gold, and an orangey-gold, Juiced.

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Antique Bronze

23 May

I wore this look out on “date night’ with my fiancé last night.  His favorite eyeshadow color on me is purple, but he pretty much loves anything smoky.  I wanted to do a look that’s really popular on the runways this Fall — a brown shadow worn all around the eye with a natural lip.

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Graphite Plum

17 May

I had a mini-reunion with some family members whom I haven’t seen in eight years and I wanted to look sophisticated.  I like this look because it’s not too over the top, but it does say “young, mature woman.”  The colors on my eyes are echoed in my blouse and although I try not too match my clothes to my make-up, I chose similar colors.  This look features MAC Sable and Kid eyeshadows.

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Beachy Keen

14 May

I love the look of pastels in the spring, but it is a bit of a challenge making them look sophisticated instead of childish.  Here is a fun, but not too bright blue-green, mermaid & beach-inspired look featuring Lucky Green and Steamy MAC eyeshadows:

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An Unlikely Combo — Cranberry and Satin Taupe

2 Mar

This look was created to complement a top I was wearing in a deep mauve/plum hue. I definitely wanted to do a shadow with MAC Cranberry, but was torn between pairing it with a dark brown or something unexpected. That ‘something unexpected’ turned out to be Satin Taupe and the result — a grayed velvety plum.



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