onsdag 30 mars 2016

Gothy goth

Lately, I've been wearing almost exclusively dark, gothic smokey eyes combined with dark lips. Although I'm very versatile in the way I wear makeup, those kinds of looks have always been my favorite and the kinds of looks I feel most comfortable wearing.  

I feel like I could write a whole blogpost about this amazing lipstick, which is called "Labradorable" and comes from the Haute Dogs collection by MAC. It is a Mineralize lipstick which means it is extra creamy and moisturizing, hence the gorgeous, glossy finish. It is a lot lighter on it's own, but here I've put it on top of Feline eye kohl to make it really dark and gothy (yeah, I know that is not a real word...). 

A blackberry/plum toned eyeshadow is a perfect way to add just a little bit of more dimension to an otherwise colorless smokey eye. 

Base: Pro Longwear concealer mixed with a few drops of Careblend Essential oil, Mineralize skin finish Light, Cozy grey eyeshadow as contour
Eyebrows: Carbon
Brow highlight:  Pick me up
Liner: Smolder eye kohl as a base and liner, Retro black Fluid line pen (upper lash line)
Eyelid: Silver fog, Pearled earth
Crease: Cozy grey, Blackberry and Black tied

Lips: Prep + prime lip primer, Feline eye kohl, Labradorable Mineralize lipstick 

All of the products used are MAC and the eyeshadows are all from the cool/neutral x15 palette.

I hope all of you had a lovely Easter holiday! :) 
Madam Noire 

7 kommentarer:

  1. looks awesome with the plum shadow. wouldn't have thought to do that

    1. Thanks! I like plum eyeshadow to add "warmth" without using warm colors. :)

  2. It's the prettiest look ever! Thanks for adding the note on the plum shadow, I wouldn't've guessed it otherwise. I thought you're just an amazing pro with black shadow itself, being able to blend it THAT smooth and fine! (I wished I had your skills...)

    I've got a question: why do you use such an interesting primer mixture, and why do you mix These ingredients? (Pro Longwear concealer mixed with a few drops of Careblend Essential oil, Mineralize skin finish Light) I've never heard of any of These, so I'm quite interested