I have been on a “liquid Gold high” for a few weeks now after I reviewed the pigments for you, this is another combination of MakeUp Geek’s Liquid Gold pigment combined with green. I also added MakeUp Geek Peacock which is a dark blue-green colour and I also used some teal glitters.
I had enough time to also do a tutorial for this look but it’ll take me some time to get that blogpost ready for you guys. In the meantime I hope you like this look!
I opened my Inspiration folder on Pinterest and found the picture below, I saved it a long time ago. The colours are gorgeous and the picture instantly made me think of Sugarpill Royal Sugar pigment. I was wondering if this would work out the way I had in mind because these colours are not exactly an obvious match but I tried my best to get the colours right and stil let them work together.
Isn’t he cute? I believe it’s an Eastern Bluebird.
Like I said in the blogpost about this look: I also made a tutorial for it!
It took me a while to get it finished but here it finally is. I’m just glad I finished it before spring is over because I tend to put things like these off: they’re a lot more work than a blogpost about a look. I hope you like it!
I made this look with spring in mind, obviously. When I was riding my bike to work I saw a crocus field and those flowers always make me happy. They’re the promise of spring to me, and spring means sun, warmth, long days, warm nights, sitting outside, cocktails in the sun and all the other good stuff the spring and summer bring.
I thought that was a nice inspiration for a look. And I had some time left so I also made a tutorial but I’m still working on it, I hope to get that one online in a couple of days.
This look looks pretty easy and in fact I started over 2 times to get it right. I had something completely different in mind when I begun… again.
I wanted to use my new glitterliner from MakeUp Store called Kayo and I thought it would look nice with Sugarpill Stella because that pigment is black with awesome glitters.