Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Cranberry EOTD

Hi guys, I hope all who celebrate Thanksgiving are having a great holiday.

I was just playing around this morning and thought I would do a quick cranberry eye look (actually this could be considered more of a plum or burgundy, but for the sake of the Thanksgiving theme, I'm going with cranberry!) ;-) I chose a peachy-pink blush and a shimmery peach lip, which are kind of my go-to colors. These are mostly just products that were easily within reach, so you'll see a rather random selection here, from drugstore to high end.




Left to right: 
Almay Liquid Eyeliner Pen, 010 Black/Noir
Sephora Keep Khôl Waterproof Liner, 04 Keep Brown 
Revlon Luxurious Color Eyeliner, Burnished Amber
Kat Von D Pigment, Ladyhawke
MAC Cream Colour Base, Seaside 
theBalm Overshadow, Work is Overrated
Estee Lauder Automatic Lip Pencil Duo, Fig
Mix of Shiseido Automatic Lip Crayon LC1 Trish McEvoy Glaze Lip Color Pink Buff (followed by individual swatches in the same order)
NARS Blush, Deep Throat 
MAC Cream Colour Base, Seaside

  
Shiseido Automatic Lip Crayon LC1 Trish McEvoy Glaze Lip Color Pink Buff


Left image left to right: 
NARS Blush Deep Throat
MAC Cream Colour Base in Seaside

Right image left to right:
Estee Lauder Automatic Lip Pencil Duo Fig
Blend of Trish McEvoy Glaze Lip Color Pink Buff + Shiseido Automatic Lip Crayon LC1
Shiseido Automatic Lip Crayon LC1
Trish McEvoy Glaze Lip Color Pink Buff


On cheeks: NARS Deep Throat + MAC Seaside (as highlight)
On lips: Trish McEvoy Pink Buff + Shiseido Lip Crayon LC1

Ladyhawke True Romance Pigment (Kat Von D)

Work is Overrated Overshadow (theBalm)
   
Left to right: Almay Liquid Eyeliner Pen 010 Black
Sephora Keep Kohl eye pencil 04 Keep Brown; Revlon eye liner Burnished Amber
Kat Von D Ladyhawke; MAC Seaside; theBalm Work is Overrated



I could use a little more black eyeliner to counteract the red tones!


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14 comments:

  1. Hi Attitudeinabundance, Thank you! :)

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  2. Oh gorgeous! Love the Kat Von D pigment you used on your eyes, it's plummy and purple goodness bundled into one!

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  3. Hi pinkribbons Thanks so much! :) I loved the shade when I saw it in Sephora - I am always attracted to plummy colors :)

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  4. this is beautiful! I agree with pinkribbons- that pigment is so plummy and gorgeous

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  5. Hi Katie, Thank you! It's a lovely color and even though pigments can be a pain (messy) I think this shade is worth it :)

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  6. Everything looks so lovely. It's a beautiful combination!

    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! :)

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  7. Thank you Liz! :) My Thanksgiving was quiet but the food was great :-)

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  8. I love this post! What a great idea to do your face in holiday colors (as long as they aren't red and green). ;) The Balm pigment is so pretty.

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  9. Thank you ZP! :) yep, I don't think I could pull off red + green (although I do have one red & green glitter polish from OPI. It's not a favorite but I may just break it out for the holidays!) :)

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  10. Very pretty - so gorgeous with your skin tone and eye color!

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  11. ohhh so pretty!! your eyes look so gorgeous! i love the pretty plum and gold glittery color!

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  12. Hi Lisa - Thank you for the kind comment! :)

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