I wanted to do a look with orange, red an purple for a long time. On the Sugarpill Facebook page they link a lot of amazing looks and blogs by people that used Sugarpill products and there are a lot of looks with those colours there. That probably has to do with the colour combination of the Burning Heart palette by Sugarpill.
I don’t own that palette but I still wanted to use the colours from it. So I went through my stash and here’s what I did.
I don’t use this combination a lot, I actually don’t have a lot of red eyeshadow but I really do like it and it got me thinking about buying Love+ from Sugarpill.
I thought it would look good with a red lipstick but when I was wearing Hebe from NYX I just thought it missed something. So I made it more purple with Kaleidoscope from Lime Crime. I thought that looked pretty good
I thought it looked good and I like the eyeliner but I’m not sure if this will become one of those looks that I want to make again and again. I guess I want to have a good red colour eyeshadow because this one (Fox from Gosh) didn’t blend very well with the other colours and I couldn’t build up the colour the way I would have liked. And I know that usually isn’t a problem with Sugarpill eyeshadows.
So what do you think? More looks with red or should I stay away from that colour?
Please let me know in the comments!
- Hema Eyeshadow Base
- NYX Jumbo Pencil. Milk
- Makeup Store, Beautiful Morning
- Gosh Effect Powder, Red Fox
- Sugarpill Poison Plum
- Inglot eyeshadows AMC 74, Matte 325, AMC 84
- Sleek Circus palette, orange, white and yellow eyeshadows
- Catrice gelliner Black Jack with Jack Black
- Essence Multi Action False Lashes Mascara
- Gosh Velvet Touch Foundation, Ivory
- Gosh Bronzing Shimmer Powder, Bronze
- Gosh Blush, Pink Pie
- NYC Round Lipstick, Hebe
- Lime Crime, Kaleidoscope
Posted on April 28, 2012, in Make-up looks and tagged Catrice, EOTD, eyeliner, FOTD, Gosh, Inglot, orange, purple, red, Sleek, Sleek Circus palette, Sugarpill, Sugarpill Poison Plum. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.