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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Night Time Look - Smoky Neutral With Wet N Wild Baked Not Fried


I actually wore the Wet N Wild Baked Not Fried eyeshadows during the day and it was originally a little less dramatic but I was too lazy to redo my makeup, lol, so I just altered the look a bit and made it look more smoky for a night time look since I was planning to go out last night.

Face

Eyes
  • UDPP Sin
  • I used color #1 from Baked Not Fried palette all over my lid
  • I applied color #2 to my crease
  • I added color #3 to my browbone
  • Originally 1, 2, and 3 was what I wore during the day. To make it look more dramatic and smoky, I added color #4 on the outer V. It is the darkest shade from Wet N Wild limited edition palette Sugarplum Fairy.
  • Lined my eyes with PF Eye Booster Ultra Black
  • On my lower lash line, I'm wearing Urban Decay Rehab from the UD eyeshadow pencil stash I just hauled
  • Make Up Forever Waterproof Eyebrow Corrector #3
  • False lashes
Lips





I had this necklace and top in like forever. This is the first time I wore them out. I don't get out much so I don't get to wear my fancy shmancy stuff. The top has a deep V neck and is more appropriate for parties, which is a shame cause I don't party much at all. Had an awkward moment when this guy kept starring down at my cleavage. What was he thinking? LOL.




PS: I forgot to include UDPP Eden, MUFE eyebrow corrector, and MAC MSF Perfect Topping in the products pic. Sorry!

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8 comments:

  1. Love this look! I just got all 3 of the baked palettes & love them.

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  2. This is so pretty :) Totally something I'd wear since you used so many neutrals! You pull off smokey eyes really, really well!

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  3. Beautiful as always and I LOVE that necklace!

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  5. Ahh, this is absolutely stunning!

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