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Friday, February 01, 2008

Sushi Flower and Embark

Face: MAC Prep+Prime SPF50, MAC Studio Fix Fluid in NC15, superfine silk powder to set, Cargo Sunset Coast on cheeks, MAC Light Flush on cheekbones, MAC Renewal Defense Charged Water sprayed on

Eyes: MAC Bare Study as base, Manhattan Colours & Moods-Palette (lightest pink) on the inner lid, MAC Sushi Flower in the upper arm of the outer v, MAC Embark in the lower arm of the v, essence liner pen to line, Max Factor Masterpiece Extreme Length in Tanned Black (black and copper)

Lips: MAC Her Fancy l/s, MAC Prize Petal l/g on top


PaoPao said...

Hi! I just adore your looks :) Try to copy this one.

e said...

stumbled on your blog from somewhere...fab looks! Are you a professional make up artist?

katkat said...

that is a gorgeous look. have been trying to decide on a pink e/s and will go grab sushi flower now. tq

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