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LOTD: Pink Blush and Bare Lips





 

LOTD: Pink Blush and Bare Lips


While coining the title of this post I almost wrote down 'Pink Blush and *Nude* Lips'... But that wouldn't have been right cause nowadays when we say nude lips we mean lips with a nude shade of lipstick or gloss or something similar...






My emphasis is on lips with no product on it and hence *Bare Lips*...

Now the question arises about why bare lips... I mean bare lips do tend to render a full face of makeup incomplete, gives you an irking feeling of something is missing, doesn't it? And yet when i wore a bright lipstick with this look, it fell flat and hence I wiped off the lippy from my lips and liked the look much better...

Some days are like that...

So enough with the rambling and let me share with you all the look...




Makeup Products Used:
1. Oriflame The one Illuskin Foundation
2. Sleek Makeup Blush by 3 Palette in Lace(367)
3. MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
4. MAC Eyeshadow in Goldmine
5. Black Eyeshadow from Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette
6. Oriflame The One Volume Blast Mascara

So do you think this look is missing a lippy? Or does it look fine to you?

Comments

  1. Missing a lippy. I used to wear something on my lips even I'm at home. At least a lip balm. I can't leave my lips bare.

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    1. Aha! So you think, a lippy would have enhanced the look? I'll keep that in mind Geethu ♥

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  2. A lippy would have made the look even more beautiful. I am loving Sleek Lace now. I also liked your earring. That is beautiful

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    1. Oh Sleek Lace is just awesome :D And thank you for liking my earrings Shayoni... I got them from Delhi for a measly 70 bucks! You gotta love Delhi for its shopping ♥

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  3. The blush finish is so decent and natural.

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    1. I agree! its a beautiful texture and the color pay-off is just the bomb! :)

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