The Spellbound Saint Bernard kept Heather in Suspense

In contrast to yesterday’s very light, pale eyes and bright lips, I went in the opposite direction today with nude lips and very colorful, dark eyes. Stay tuned tomorrow for a toned-down version of this look! The great thing about the Buxom Stay-There eyeshadows is that you can wear them as sheer or as bold as you like.

Clockwise from left: Suspense, Buxom Stay-There Eyeshadow in Saint Bernard, Spellbound, Ulta Extreme Wear gel liner in Strut

Foil & Fuse, Full Edged Liner, Crease & Define, Crease Defining

Pretty Amazing Free Will, Buxom Heather

On the eyes:

  • PTEP Brightening Primer
  • Buxom Stay-There eyeshadow in Saint Bernard patted on lid from lashes to crease, using Foil & Fuse brush
  • Suspense shadow buffed into crease and outer 1/4 of lid using Crease Defining brush
  • Spellbound swept on inner corner and up along browbone and under brow using Contour & Define brush
  • Ulta Extreme Wear gel liner in Strut lining upper lashes and winged out
  • Both Strut and Saint Bernard smudged under lower lashes
  • Buxom mascara

On the lips:

  • Pretty Amazing Free Will
  • Buxom Heather

On the face:

  • Prime Time Brightening Primer
  • Original foundation in Fairly Medium
  • Pink Petal blush on the back of the cheek (outer 2/3ish)
  • Healthy Radiance AOFC contouring under cheekbones
  • Original mineral veil

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About Essy
I'm finally figuring out this makeup thing in my 30's. It's so much fun to collect and play with new colors and styles. I'm not a makeup artist, and far from it. I welcome any comments and tips you have!

2 Responses to The Spellbound Saint Bernard kept Heather in Suspense

  1. Carrie says:

    I like this look on you! I especially like that the color does not go up so high in the under brow area. A much better look!

  2. Davita Jones says:

    Love it! You make me wanna get ST Bernard! Cause I have all the other BE used. Until I get it I will have to play with Turquoise sea since its the only similar color I have.

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