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annamarie:

The Daily Face - February 9, 2012 - Inspired by the Jason Wu for Target Collection
under eyes: Make Up For Ever HD Concealer in 325
eyeliner: The Body Shop Liquid Liner in black
eyeshadow: NARS Eyeshadow in Night Flight
eye brows: MAC Eyebrow Pencil in Fling
eye lashes: Lancome Hypnose Drama
cheeks: NARS Eye Pencil in Hollywoodland
Here’s another look inspired by the Jason Wu for Target Collection.  Since this shirt is very close in color to my actual skin tone I wanted to create some contrast with bold eyes.  In the photo this shadow appears black but it’s actually a very dark navy blue.  I used one color for the entire eye but controlled the shade with the pressure of the brush and the amount of product.  Heavy pressure and more product was used on the outer corners of the eye, while I used light pressure and light makeup toward the inner corners.  You’ll want to use your eye sockett bones as a guide for where your shadow should be, bringing the outer corners of the shadow just out and over the bones.
Next I lined the top lid with liquid liner from The Body Shop, as well as the upper and lower inner rims of the eyes.
Lash I applied mascara and a sweep of NARS Hollywoodland down the bridge of the nose and on the top of the cheekbones as a highlighter.


I love her makeup, its beyond gorgeous!

annamarie:

The Daily Face - February 9, 2012 - Inspired by the Jason Wu for Target Collection

under eyes: Make Up For Ever HD Concealer in 325

eyeliner: The Body Shop Liquid Liner in black

eyeshadow: NARS Eyeshadow in Night Flight

eye brows: MAC Eyebrow Pencil in Fling

eye lashes: Lancome Hypnose Drama

cheeks: NARS Eye Pencil in Hollywoodland

Here’s another look inspired by the Jason Wu for Target Collection.  Since this shirt is very close in color to my actual skin tone I wanted to create some contrast with bold eyes.  In the photo this shadow appears black but it’s actually a very dark navy blue.  I used one color for the entire eye but controlled the shade with the pressure of the brush and the amount of product.  Heavy pressure and more product was used on the outer corners of the eye, while I used light pressure and light makeup toward the inner corners.  You’ll want to use your eye sockett bones as a guide for where your shadow should be, bringing the outer corners of the shadow just out and over the bones.

Next I lined the top lid with liquid liner from The Body Shop, as well as the upper and lower inner rims of the eyes.

Lash I applied mascara and a sweep of NARS Hollywoodland down the bridge of the nose and on the top of the cheekbones as a highlighter.

Feb 9 2012

I love her makeup, its beyond gorgeous!

  1. beautyoftheunusual reblogged this from annamarie
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  4. deannatroi reblogged this from annamarie and added:
    ugh want to do this
  5. themarvelousmary reblogged this from annamarie and added:
    Anna makes it look so easy.
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    I love her makeup, its beyond gorgeous!
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    loooove. i wish it wouldn’t be weird to wear makeup this dramatic all the time