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LOTD: Soft Green Smokey Eyes using MAC Swimming Eyeshadow


LOTD: Soft Green Smokey Eyes using MAC Swimming Eyeshadow

and a promise of a video tutorial...
I created this look accidentally... I mean I was just going through my stash of eye shadows when I dicsocvered many of them that I had not used since a long long time... So I decided to get all of these shadows out of their hiding places and start using them more consciously... And thus this look came to be :)

The eye shadow featured in this look is MAC Swimming, a delightfully beautiful green that reminds me of the Spring season :)

I have aimed towards a very soft smokey eye with 'Green' taking the centre-stage... I have kept the other components of the look soft as well with a Pink blush and a glossy Pink lip...

Makeup Products Used:
1. MAC Face and Body Foundation
2. Rimmel London Hide The Blemish Concealer
3. MAC Studio Fix Powder Foundation
4. MAC Cork Eyeshadow for Contouring
5. MAC Swimming Eyeshadow
6. Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette - Black Eyeshadow
7. Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
8. Orfilame The One Lash Blast Mascara
9. Rimmel London Scandal Eyes Volume Flash Mascara
10. Sleek Makeup Blush by 3 in Lace
11. L'Oreal Paris Color Riche Extraordinaire Liquid Lipstick in Rouge Allegro

I have a video tutorial recorded for this look... I'll have it go LIVE real soon :) ♥


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