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 told you about the MakeUp Geek pigments I received and I was totally hyper about Liquid Gold, so in that week I made this look with it.
It became a pretty wearable look but with that stunning gold it’s like there’s sunshine coming from my eyelids. It looks almost greenish gold, like I said in the review. So I used this colour with Junebug from Sugarpill and New Years Eve from MakeUp Geek in the inner corner.
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.
I was having one of those “Ugggh, I should not have gotten out of bed” days and I figured maybe I could try turning frustration into creativity. It didn’t work out exactly as I wanted: in the progress 2 jars of pigment hit the floor (covering EVERYTHING in a thin layer of sparkly green and bronze) and my mascara alsmost wounded me severely.
But in the end I managed to get something out of it that I’m pretty happy about.
I was in the mood for green zo I wanted to do another look. I’ve been doing those a lot less lately, simply because I just spend a lot of time on other stuff. First I was going for green and gold but every time I use gold I go for Goldilux and I felt like doing something with more cool toned colours, so I grabbed a silver pigment from Gosh this time.