I spent some time over the weekend re-arranging my makeup collection, it's nowhere near as fun as it sounds! One of the principal objectives was to make my eyeshadows more accessible. For a long time my MAC 15 pan palette has been at the bottom of a drawer underneath lots of other palettes and consequently it has been neglected. Now that my palette has been released from it's hiding place, I thought it was time to revisit some of my old eyeshadows.
I have included brushes in my product pictures today. I did this in honour of Delicate Hummingbird who is still missing in action. I always love the detail in her face of the day posts and you can consider this a (really poor) homage. Come back soon DH!
MAC Naked Lunch all over the mobile lid
MAC Cork in crease and outer V
MAC Trax over Cork in the outer V and in towards the centre of the lid
Rouge Bunny Rouge Delilah Eye Kohl
Japonesque Medium Fluff Brush* to apply Naked Lunch and Trax
Louise Young LY38 to apply Cork in the crease
MAC Studio Sculpt in NC20
Shu Uemura brow pencil in Seal Brown
W3LL People Universalist stick in #5*
BECCA Pressed Shimmer Powder in Nefertiti
Adesign flat topped foundation brush* - to blend the W3LL People #5 on my cheeks.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Crease 011 Brush - to apply the BECCA Nefertiti as a highlighter
NARS Falbala lipstick
It probably looks and sounds like a strange combination of colours but I like how it turned out. I've always liked how Trax's appearance changes according to the other colours that it is paired with. I'm still on the fence about the MAC Studio Sculpt foundation. The coverage is much heavier than I'm used to and the colour isn't perfect however, it gives a more flawless finish than any of my other bases and doesn't look cakey. The Adesign flat topped brush was recently sent to me for review. I normally wouldn't mention something so early on in my review process but this is becoming a fast favourite. It works really well with my W3LL People Narcissist foundation too.
* PR samples