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LOTD: Cut Crease Look Featuring MAC Patina & MAC Antiqued


 

Cut Crease Makeup Look With MAC Patina & MAC Antiqued


Oh I have so missed doing LOTD posts all this while. No doubt my vacation was simply Earth shattering, however nothing beats the thrill of doing a full face of makeup, clicking pictures and then seeing how they finally turn out to be on a big screen... Ok having mamma ke haathon ka kheer trumps all of that but then you do know what I mean right :)


So... today I have again done a cut crease look (I really cannot seem to get enough of it) and this time its a very wearable brown look that might be an instant favorite with the majority if the readers due to its wear-ability... The looks isn't really dramatic and is rather quite comfortably versatile. It would go with both western as well as Indian outfits...







Products Used
1. Kryolan Ultra Foundation
2. Kryolan Translucent Face Powder
3. Kryolan Eyebrow Pencil in Black
4. MAC Patina Eyeshadow on the lid
5. MAC Antiqued Eyeshadow in the crease
6. MAC Ricepaper Eyeshadow as highlighter on the browbone
7. L'Oreal Super Liner in Carbon Gloss
8. Maybelline Gel Liner
9. L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick in Fever Brown (Shade 291)
10. Colorbar Powder Blush in Plum Brown

Feedback is welcome :)

Comments

  1. How was your vacation? And this is so pretty:) I love this mid tone makeup a lot, my go to soft smokey eye look using warmer eyeshadows, and it looks beautiful on you the blending is so seemless loved it :)

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    1. ooohhh am sooo glad you liked the look Sugandha... and you are so right about the mid-tone makeup part... it does render it to be extremely wearable na!

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  2. Yay ur back !! He he... Loved the luk doll <3 How was ur vacation....?
    Swathi

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    1. yayyyeeee am back babes! the vacationw as awesome really!!! :D

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  3. Was waiting to see Patina on you.. lovely look btw..

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    1. Patina is gorgeous isn't it :D and thank you so much sweetheart ♥

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  4. fever brown looks amazing on u.. :) and lovely EOTD..

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    1. That fever brown sure is a gorgeous shade isn't it... I mean the day i received it i was like "Ewww Brown" but then I wore it and I was smitten for life :D

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  5. The eye makeup is subtle and suits yu wow.. Great look :)

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  6. Amazing job dear, you look beautiful <3

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