Thursday, January 6, 2011

Angelic Feel, 01.04.11

The other day, I watched Cora from vintageortacky's video 'Angelic to Dark Sugar Plum Fairy' Holiday look. She used the limited edition Sugar Plum Fairy palette from Wet n' Wild's Holiday collection. I liked it, loved it, wanted some more of it! I don't have the palette, but I improvised with mainly MAC eyeshadows. Ones I haven't used in a long while! The 'break-out' eyeshadow was definitely Shale. I've had it 2 years and this was probably the 2nd time I've used it! It looks so much lighter in the pan because of it's gorgeous sheen. The result is a really nice dusty plum that compliments any skintone! I definitely will be using it more often! On the with look..
MAC Studio Sculpt NC20
MAC Breath of Plum blush
MAC Candlelight MSF

Urban Decay Primer Potion
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
MAC Gesso, Silverwear, Shale, Orb e/s'
Make-up Designory Pixie e/s
Wet n' Wild Taupe brow pencil
Revlon Double Twist Mascara

MAC Lovelorn l/s
MAC Pink Fish TLC


  1. how did you do this i love it!!! so jealous wish I could do this

  2. Can you be specific where you use the eyeshadows(crease) (lid) (highlight) etc.. I have shale and have no idea how to use it...

  3. MAC Gesso = inner 1/3
    MAC Silverwear = outer 2/3
    MAC Shale = crease, lower liner
    MUD Pixie = blending out Shale in upper crease

    And, I forgot to add Make-Up Designory's Sugared Violet was used for the inner V and the intense highlight!