FOTD : Cut That Glitter & Picture Tutorial

Monday, February 07, 2011






" Got that glitter on my eyes... "






Start off with NYX Jumbo Pencil - Milk as a base.

Taking MAC Sketch Eyeshadow & an angled brush starting at the outer corner take it up along the orbit bone start to straighten it as you get inwards towards the nose.

Taking a blending brush, begin to blend out sketch

Repeat step 2 ( I did it 4 times ) until you get a defined line. Taking eyeshadow brush and a shimmery white almost silver I took mine from the (A1) Sleek Graphite Palette and apply onto your lower lid





I took Avon Satin Deluxe Eyeshadow Duo in Plum Pair & a pencil brush and applied the light purple just above Sketch & for the brow bone the Champagne toned colour (B1) from the Sleek Graphite Palette

L'Oreal Telescopic Liquid Eyeliner - Black used to wing out the eyeliner.

Fine Glitter in Champagne applied with Fix + onto the lower lid

Applying AVON Supershock Gel Eyeliner - Black  onto the waterline & AVON Supershock Gel Eyeliner - Silver along the tear duct & underneath the black liquid eyeliner to form a second wing and applying false eyelashes completes this look.










& you can have a large awkward large photo of my face lol

wtf happened to my lipgloss in the centre lmao ... ohh emm gee.

On the lips MAC Creme D'Nude & MAC 2N Lipglass


14 Comments so far

  1. very beautiful&loved the tutorial would love to try this hun..lol about ur lipgloss thought thus how u wanted it haha. Love ur FOTD's all e time

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  2. it's perfect! i need to conquer the cut crease. really pretty combo of colors too, I dig the whole look.

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  3. @Sher thanks babes. lol I may of over done the lipgloss as I don't know why it's just sitting in the middle like that but hey something un-purposely different haha

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  4. @socialitedreams merci :) I had no idea where I was going with this look when I started out but it's grown on me now so I'm glad you like it .

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  5. Wow this looks amazing! I love your choice in colors. You have beautiful full lips, i wish i had full lips like you.

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  6. That's looks good! Maybe I will try those style. Thanks!

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  7. Amazing look <3 love ur skin tone too ,, close to mine ,, r u nc44/45 by mac ??

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  8. I love the eyes, I think it could work well with or without the glitter.. but since I adore glitter, your final look is gorgeous.

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  9. ..you are so gorgeous ..LOVE your eyes , so beautiful colours , very fresh look ..

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  10. @Princess Feef I am indeed a 44 / 45 depends. Haven't had a MAC foundation in a while though :o( breaks me out love. xo

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  11. @Tamara It's true it can work both ways. I haven't played with glitter in a long time so that's why I included the glitter :o) thanks for the comment <3

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  12. I could just squeeze you @ellinelle thanks a lot babes <3

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