Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Soft Glow & Tan Make-up for Summers - Make-up Look

Hello Everyone

I hope you all are doing well. 

If you have missed my last post and make-up video tutorial, then find it here

I did this look on the weekend and really turned out well. Especially the skin, which glows, looks perfect and flawless, sorry for a little bit of self appreciation here, but I really liked my skin in all the pictures. There are actually couple of products which made my skin glow like this - First is the Guerlain Parur Aqua liquid foundation and the Second one is Chanel Soft Horizon Blush. Pictures & Reviews coming up in next couple of posts, so stay tuned. :D :D 

On my eyes, I have used a BEAUTIFUL pigment from MAC called "TAN". MAC describes this shade very rightly as shimmer pinky-brown-bronze. The shimmer, the softness and the shade itself is to die for. The color pay-off from this pigment is extremely pretty and true to what it looks like in the jar. Very very very ... pretty. I can't imagine a MAC make-up stash without this pigment. Yes, it is a must have anyone who is into make-up.

It comes in a standard MAC plastic jar with a screw cap. I hate the cap of all pigment jars which are velvety and it collect too much dirt and look shabby.

Price: INR 1300/-

Here are pictures and swatches of the beautiful TAN Pigment:




And me wearing this beautiful pigment:


Products used and step wise tutorial to create this look:
Products used:
Face:

  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • Guerlain Parur Aqau liquid foundation #23 Dore Natural
  • MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC42
  • Guerlain Terracotta Bronzer #20
  • Chanel Soft Horizon Blush
Eyes: 
  • MAC Painterly Paint pot
  • MAC Tan Pigment
  • MAC Soft Brown e/s
  • MAC Swiss Chocolate e/s
  • MAC Brule e/s
  • MAC Shroom e/s
  • MAC Solar White e/s
  • Clinique Gel eye liner in True Black
  • Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner pencil in Zero
  • Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara
Lips:
  • Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstick in Fruit Punch
Step wise tutorial to get the look: 
  • Step 1: Apply Painterly PP as base all the lid up to the brow
  • Step 2: Apply Soft Brown e/s in the crease using MAC 217 brush

  • Step 3: Create Outer-V using Swiss Chocolate and blend

  • Step 4: Apply Tan pigment all over the lid leaving the very inner corner

  • Step 5: Blend it using Swiss Chocolate and extending it into the crease a little bit

  • Step 6: Apply Solar White e/s in the inner corner left blank 

  • Step 7: Apply Zero in the water lines, smudge Swiss Chocolate under the lower lashes, apply Shroom in the tear duct, apply Clinique True Black Gel eyeliner on the upper lash line and Mascara to finish off the look. 



Here are some more pictures of me with the look: 

With Flash 
With Flash
With Flash
W/O Flash
W/O Flash
I really like this Guerlain foundation, especially the way it photographs, even with the flash on. I will review it soon in the upcoming posts.

I hope that you all liked the look.

Lots of Love
Eesha

P.S. Find me on Twitter @makeupbyeesha

8 comments:

  1. wow the pigment is amazing and really loved the look!

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  2. @ Parita: Thank you.
    @ Riddhi: Yeah it is :-)

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  3. looking beautiful easha...perfect eyes...pigment is amazing...
    http://megaliving.net/

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  4. Clean n perfect sweetie! Love it!

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  5. Loved the color..and the way u used it :)

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  6. Its such a beautiful way to use the pigment Eesha majorr <3

    Looking forward to your review on the guerlain foundation..it looks super duper on your skin.loved the lippie too

    Poornima

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