But, it's a great way to add instant drama to your look. And that's what I did with my make-up today. I took it another extra step further by extending my liner in my inner corner to get a cat/feline type of look.
I would of added false lashes for extra drama, but I was heading off to work and didn't want to be over the top.
Do you ever do that? Do your make-up according to where you're going and what type of setting you'll be in? I work in retail, so I don't have any restrictions as far as my make-up goes (as far as I know) - so I can wear bright colours or dark smokey looks. But that doesn't mean that I do it all the time. The reason being is because sometimes a certain look won't fit into the environment that I work in. Do you get what I'm saying?
Like, for example. I won't wear bold lips to work but I have no problem doing colourful/dark looks. But then again, I won't wear bold lips when I'm going out to eat (because I'd have to constantly check my lips to make sure the colour hasn't faded, or is feathering and having to touch it up). I always take into consideration what I'm doing that day/where I'm going when I do my make-up to see if a look would be "appropriate". Does anyone do that as well? Or am I the only one? lol :P
These photos were taken when I got home from work:
MAC Naked pigment (used wet on the lid)
MAC Cork e/s (in crease)
MAC Espresso e/s (in other corner/crease)
MAC Orb e/s (as highlight)
MAC Naked Lunch e/s (right under brow arch)
MAC Blacktrack fluidline (on upper lashline)
Annabelle Eye Kohl e/l in Black (on lower lashline)
L'Oreal Carbon Black Voluminous mascara
MAC Night Maneuvers e/s (used to fill in brows)
MAC Studio Finish concealer in NW30 (on under eye circles)
MAC Prolong Wear Foundation in NC35
MAC Mineralized Skinfinish in Medium Plus
NARS Laguna bronzer
MAC Cheeky Bronze MSF
Rimmel Moisture Renew l/s in Nude Delight
Annabelle Lip Shine l/g in Breathless