Wednesday, November 17, 2010

a Bare Escentuals look with high shine Moonshine & Frost

First off, I've been asked how I apply the high shine eye colors so I wanted to explain what I do.  I do my shake, tap & swirl technique.  Then I apply the high shine color to one eyelid with one side of the applicator and flip it over and use the other side of the applicator on the other eye.  This helps prevent you from overdoing it and there is usually plenty enough to show up on both eyes. After I apply, I use the blending brush across the crease, back and forth so it prevents it from looking like a harsh line.  If I am applying 2 colors like the look below, I use the blending brush only over the place where the colors meet.

I am wearing:

  • BE Brightening Prime Time for face
  • BE foundation in Fairly Light
  • BE Bisque as Concealer
  • BE Faux Tan Matte
  • BE Pink Ribbon Blush
  • BE Mineral Veil
  • BE Prime Time for Eyes
  • BE high shine Frost on inner 1/3 of lid (please ignore the little splotch I forgot to blend out on the inner corner of my left eye LOL)
  • BE high shine Moonshine on outer 2/3 of lid
  • BE B&B Liner in Black Diamond
  • BE Flawless Definition Volumizing Mascara in Black
  • BE 100% Natural Gloss in Plumtini

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1 comment:

  1. I like the way you are applying your eye shadow now...before you could barely see it sometimes, you put it on so lightly, now you are more heavy handed with it and it looks great


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