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Look Of The Day: Subtle Blue Smokey Eyes with Nude Lip!

Hey Dolls!

TGIF! Is it just me or are the days going faster? We are already in March...before you know it spring is just around the corner :)

This look of the day consists of another smokey eye. I think it is even appropriate for daytime, as it does not appear to dramatic-at least to me. I had just gotten MAC's eyeshadow in Deep Truth and I wanted to see how it would look on for a smokey eye. I Love It! My oh my, I love how Deep Truth brings out my brown eyes-like literally makes then brighter and pop out. I also used MAC's eyeshadow in Ricepaper as a highlight-Love! How did I live without this?
I think I am getting the hang of false lashes. It is not hard to apply like I thought it was. I am strips of false lashes and I had no problem applying them. I just need to work on my timing...because I took my sweet time applying them LOL! But overall, I think they look natural.

Here are some pictures of the look, and products used listed below them. Thank You all for stopping by, and I hope you all enjoy! (Click image to enlarge). Have an awesome weekend :)















Face:
1. Bare Minerals Foundation in Light
2. MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NW30
3. Illamasqua Powder Blusher in Hussy applied on the cheeks
4. MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Soft And Gentle applied to cheek bones, temples, bridge of nose

Eyes:
1. UDPP in Eden
2. MAC Eyeshadow in Deep Truth (Frosty Dark Blue) applied all over lids, taking it a bit above the crease
3. NYX Eyeshadow in Black applied to the outer V and blend into Deep Truth
4. MAC Eyeshadow in Ricepaper applied to the brow bone as a highlight
5. Andrea Modlash False Lashes #21
6. Stila Smudge Pot in Black to line the top lids
7. Urban Decay Glide-On Eye Pencil in Zero applied to waterline
8. Cover Girl Lash Blast Mascara applied to top lashes to blend in with false ones
10. Shimmery silver eyeshadow applied to the inner corners of eyes, and blend

Lips:
1. MAC lipstick in Myth
2. MAC Lipglass in 2N applied on top


Disclaimer: I purchased all of the products mentioned above with my own money for my personal use. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned above.

11 comments

  1. Deep Truth looks great on you and so do the falsies! They do look natural

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  2. Very pretty!!! You have now convinced me to buy a buttload of products, lol. Love the look! ♥

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  3. Everyone seems to love Ricepaper!

    Pretty look and I love the color on your cheeks :)

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  4. Smokey eye huh? Didnt know about the term. Now if I'm ever cornered by an armed makeup artist, held at gunpoint and to save my life, im asked what a smokey eye is, I can say:
    "Its...FABULOUS!"
    & then I get shot.
    :D

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  5. @ TKOmulatta- Thanks so much hun!

    @ Mellie- Thank You! LOL! I haven't made you do too much damage :)

    @ Fifi- Thank You! I am really loving the Illamasqua blush that I have on my cheeks. I have been wearing it everyday lately :)

    @ Mike- You are so silly mike! LOL.

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  6. Cute look! I love your scarf.

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  7. Deep truth looks great on u. I have been wantin Ricepaper for the longest have to get it soon. You mastered lashes, I still in baby stages with it but I love them added to a look.

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  8. I have those same lashes also (great minds think alike) : D They're always my "go to" lashes.

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  9. @ Rai- Thanks girl! I got the scarf at Forever 21 :)

    @ Kimmy- Thanks doll! Don't worry hun, you will get the hang of them soon enough :) If it helps start with individual ones, and then move on to strips :)

    @ Danielle- LOL! I love them! I can't wait to try more :)

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  10. Beautiful! I wish Deep Truth looked as vibrant on me...on you it just pops!

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  11. Hey Marce! Thanks so much :) I am sure Deep Truth can work for everybody...try using a white base underneath the eye shadow to help it pop more. What eyeshadow primer are you using?

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