Friday, March 26, 2010

My Customized Earth Tone pallete by MARK and Eyeshadow Swatches

Hey readers! I created my own customized eye shadow palette using my I-Mark single eye shadows and Snap It Custom Color palette by Mark cosmetics.  They are one of my  favorite products from MARK. I love the quality of the eye shadows and, I love how I can mix and match them in my Snap It Custom Color palette. For example,  here is an Earth Tone palette I created.

I used eye shadows, Nomadic, Espresso, Vintage Khaki and Java. I snapped them into the palette.Voila! Its an instant palette! Now I can store it in my makeup kit for an easy reach or take it anywhere I go.

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The Snap It Custom Color Palette is strong, sturdy and magnetic. Also, I love how its clear so I can see the colors.

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Pretty Swatches
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Simple Eye Makeup Tutorial
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-I used a concealer as my base all over the lids
-Nomadic e/s was applied on the brow bone as a highlight.
-Espresso e/s was brushed over the crease using a blending brush. This will be the transition color from crease to brow bone.
-Vintage Khaki e/s was applied all over the lids and lower lash line
- Java e/s was applied on the outer V and halfway up the crease. This will add definition to the look.
-Eye Marker in Jet (black eyeliner) was applied on the upper lash line and water line.
-Curl lashes and use mascara.

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If you are interested on where to purchase these, you can go to my E-Boutique.
 I-Mark single eye shadows are $5.00 each
Mark Snap It Mezzo Custom Color Palette is $6.00

T.G.I.F everyone!!!

11 comments:

  1. Wow those colors are beautiful!! I used to sell Mark!

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  2. Super dope! I love MARK...ahoot I LOVE AVON!!! I just bought a ton of stuff..hmmmm I should write about it lol :)

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  3. The Vintage Khaki kinda looks like MAC Springtime Skipper from the Barbie loves MAC Collection. I've been trying to find a dupe but no luck, maybe this color will be it! Great look btw girl!

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  4. Vintage Khaki looks so pretty, and I LOVE the color combo you did. I love green and neutrals together, but they always photograph terribly on me.

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  5. i just watched your video and you did so good! i am so scared to do my first video this is why i havent done it yet, i just feel... stressed :S lol... i hope to do one soon :P

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  7. Pretty look sis. The Vintage Khaki looks green to me. Hehe. I love how you combined all the colors to create that beautiful eye makeup. :)

    Lots of love,

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