I was pretty much over the moon with the purple pigment from Essence’s Breaking Dawn collection so I decided to use it in a couple of looks. This was just a simple look because I had to go to work a little later and I didn’t have time to put hour of effort in it. The other look I mad is also pretty simple, I think it shows the diversity of the pigment.
But still, it’s just a nice colourful look that I like to wear. And it’s with Sleek and Sugarpill, my favourites!
The day I made this look I was going to meet my best friend and her love. We plan a day every once in while because we live far apart. So when we meet I always pay a little lore attention to what I wear, what my makeup is like and all that. This day I wore all black with some green/teal accents because I wore the earrings she once bought me.
I actually turned out a bit more mint then I had planned, but I thought it still looked blog-worthy.
For some time I had been thinking what kind of look to make with my brand spankin’ new Sugarpill Love+. I had been looking for a good red for some time and couldn’t find it, not even at Inglot! So I just ordered love+ because I had seen so many brilliant looks with it.
Then I stumbled upon *this* look by Stacey and I fell in love. That’s what I wanted to do!! But I wanted to give it my own twist, so I added some silver eyeliner, some glitter and some false lashes. Funny thing is that Stacey made this look with Sugarpill too, but not the same products I used from Sugarpill. She used Flamepoint and Buttercupcake, I used Love+, Lumi and Junebug.
You all know I have a serious peacock feather fetish, right? I have peacock print scarves, dresses, tops and loads of peacock jewelry. So I decided to once again do a makeup look inspired by those colours.
This is what happened.
Since I got the Heart Breaker palette from Sugarpill, I wanted to do a nice combination with the gorgeous Mochi. That colour is so intense and vibrant and at the same time soft because it’s a bit pastel-ish. So I combined Mochi with other colours from Sugarpill but not the one from the same palette because those combinations have all been done.
I used this stunning matte colour with some of the sparkly loose powders from Sugarpill: Junebug, Lumi and Stella!