Sunday, 29 January 2012

Purple Haze!

Hey Everyone,

Hope you all are doing well and are happy and healthy. 

I have created this look using different shades of purple from the Coastal Scents metal mania palette which was lying unused for a long time. I have used the shades that are encircled and numbered. 

Products Used:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • MAC Studio Fix Fluid foundation NC40
  • MAC MSF Natural in Medium-Dark
  • Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder #20 
  • Nars Blush in Torrid
  • MAC Cream Color Base in Pearl
  • Coastal Scents Metal Mania palette
  • Shiseido Hydro Powder eyeshadow in Violet Vision
  • MAC Fluidline in Macro Violet
  • Urban 24/7 eyeliner pencil in Ransom
  • Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara
  • Revlon Color Burst lipstick in Rosey Nude
  • Faces glam shine lipgloss in Bare Pink
Step wise Picture Tutorial:

  • Step 1: Apply primer and Shiseido Violet Vision Hydro Powder eyeshadow on lid. 

  • Step 2: Apply e/s # 1 from the palette on half of the lid. 

  • Step 3: Apply e/s # 2 on the remaining part of lid. 
  • Step 4: Apply e/s # 3 in the outer V and blend it into the crease. 

  • Step 5: Apply e/s # 4 just above the crease color (transition color) and e/s # 5 as your brow highlight. 

  • Step 6: Apply e/s # 3 under the outer 2/3rd of the lid and e/s # 2 in the inner third of the lid. 

  • Step 7: Apply Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner pencil on the lower water line, Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner pencil in Zero in the upper water line and MAC Fluidline in Macro Violet on the upper lash line. Apply mascara and finish off the look. 

Here are some more pictures of the look. 

Hope you all liked the look. 



  1. Purple goddess ..looks fab on you..

  2. Loved the look....its a soft wash of purple and ur lashes are endless...wat mascara do u use?

  3. wow eesha...dint know how come i missed your lovely space all these days :)
    lovely looks u have posted...went thro ur bloggy..happy to follow you :)

  4. @Neeraj: Hey thanks a lot. I am using Revlon Grow Luscious these days.
    @ Varshini: That's so sweet of you. Thank you so much for such lovely words. :-)


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