Thursday, March 17, 2011

LOOK: Wet n' Wild Dramatic Navy Blue and Shimmery Green eyes with Nude lips.

While everyone is out and about on St.Patrick's night, I'm at home playing with makeup. How fun O_o. I created a makeup look using the Wet n' Wild ColorIcon Eyeshadow palette in Pride...again! This time, it's a dramatic...very dramatic eye makeup using the shimmery green on the lids and matte navy blue shadow on the crease. I love how this palette has a mix of both matte and shimmery shades making it easy for me to create a strong and well balance eye makeup. 





As you can see, I extended the navy blue shadow above my natural crease. This gave the eyes a very strong and dark look.












GET THE LOOK

I used Wet n' Wild ColorIcon eye shadow palette in Pride. If you don't have this palette then just use similar colors you have in your makeup kit.



eyes:
-Prime the eyes with NYX shadow base in skin tone. This will help the shadow last longer.
-Apply the shimmery white in the inner corners of the eyes with a pencil brush.
-Apply the shimmery green all over the lids passing above the crease and the inner half of the lower lash liner. with ELF Studio Line shadow brush.
-Apply the matte navy blue  on the outer V with a damp ELF $1 blending brush dragging it above the crease, stopping half way. Wetting the shadow intensified the color.
-Apply shimmer blue on the outer half of the lower lash line.
- Lightly apply the shimmery green on the egde of the navy blue with ELF $1 blending brush. This will help blend the edge of the blue a little, so it's doesn't too harsh. 
-Line the eyes with Stila Smudge Pot in black, curl lashes and apply false lashes.




face:
-Clean the shadow fall out with baby wipes. You want a clean face before applying foundation.
-Even out the skin tone with MAC Fix fluid liquid foundation (NC42) using ELF Studio Line foundation brush.
-Apply Almay Line Smoothing concealer under the eyes and blemishes.
-Set the face with powder. I forgot to do this step. Silly me!




cheeks:
-Apply Wet n Wild ColorIcon blusher Pearlescent Pink on the apple of the cheeks with a MAC stippling brush. It's a peachy pink with gold specs, very similar to Nars Orgasm blush.
-Apply Milani Mosaic blush in Afterglow under the cheek bones with an angled blush brush. This will define the face and give it a slimmer appearance.

lips:
-Moisturize with EOS lip balm in Summer Fruit. Let it soak into the lips.
-Line the entire lips with Wet n' Wild creme lip liner in Willow.
-Then top it off with ELF Minty lip gloss in Los Angeles. It's a bright pink shade with gold shimmers.






Please check out my other makeup looks using WnW ColorIcon Eyeshadow palette in Pride.




25 comments:

  1. You knoe how to ise this palette ;). I like the combination of green and blue. Perfect!! The blush looks so pretty on you. I need to ask you something becky. I've made some changes at my blog and I huess some people are havings problems now and they are not able to make comments. Are you one of them? Thanks in advance Becky. Kisses

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  2. WOW! First of all, sorry about the bad spelling on the previous message, I was writing at my phone LOL.
    Thanks for answering Becky, you are so nice ;)I guess it was just Blogger messing up, as you said ;)
    Kisses honey!!

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  3. I love blue!!! and Im gonna look for this palette! lol
    so pretty I like how the green peeps even with the blue on.. :)

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  4. Very pretty. A strong look, if I must say. Made your eyes look sharp as if telling people that you're not the gal to mess with. :P Love the lip color. :)

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  5. That wet n wild lippie looks gorgeous. I have to get my hands on it haha.
    Thanks for sharing :D

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  6. This look is gorgeous, you did an amazing job creating this look :)
    I need to get my hands on that WNW palette, i love it :)

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  7. Fabulous Becky! I'd wear this to the disco. :))

    xoxo

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  8. So, so, so nice! Might try to go for that look for a weekend party ;)

    Have a great weekend!

    K.

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  9. lovely look as I mentioned on twitter! I'm surprised that the wet in wild color palette is so pigmented, I remember trying w n w once and the colors barely showed. have a great weekend!

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  10. i LOVE this!! and i'm so in love with all my wet n wild stuff that i haven't even been reaching for any of my higher end makeup lol. love it! ;)

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  11. this make up is stunning on you is just perfect, you are amazing girl!
    xxx

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  12. WOW! girl you definitely can work this palette! these colors look beautiful on you. Love it!

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  13. Beautiful work! Your skin is glowing.

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  14. I love how you can totally pull this off! If I tried to do this to my face, I'd look like a total goof. =(

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  15. yes! i love looking at eye makeups with mixture of shimmers and matte. they always look interesting together!

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  16. Your skin always looks so flawless!
    I may have to check out the wet n wild palette as the colors seem to have a lot of potential.

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  17. Love how you're doing different looks with the same palette. This would be great for a night out

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  18. That eyeshadow palette is actually nice.

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  19. Beautiful ! What are you using on your eyebrows ?

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  21. Hi... Everything looks amazing.Really good shades..... Thanks a lot will definitely try that! :)

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