Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Deep Blue Green Smokey Eyes

Hello Everyone

Hope you all are happy and healthy. 

I bought this beautiful pigment from MAC called Deep Blue Green in my recent visit to Pro store at Juhu, Mumbai. MAC describes the shade as Rich, deep bluish green in Pearl finish. I find the finish very similar to duo-chromes. In the bottle it looks deep blackened blue, but, when on lids its looks more blackened green. This is a total stunner, for its rich pigment and mysterious look. Amazing shade for those who like smokey looks. If you happen to go to the Pro store, do give it a try.

Here are some pictures and swatches of the pigment and a simple FOTD with this pigment.








Products Used:
Face:

  • Nars Sheer Glow Foundation in Stromboli 
  • MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC 42
  • MAC Prolong Wear Concealer in NC 42 + Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder #2
  • Nars Blush in Gilda
  • Nars Bronzer in Laguna 
  • Nars Highlighting Powder in Alabatross
Eyes:
  • MAC Paint Pot in Vanilla
  • MAC Pigment in Deep Blue Green & Vanilla (Under the Brows and Tear Duct)
  • MAC Eye Shadows: Carbon, Smut & Contrast
  • Bourjois Smokey Eye Pencil in Ultra Black
  • Le Volume de Chanel Mascara 
Lips: 
  • MAC Hug Me Lipstick
  • MAC Lipglass in Nymphette 
Brushes Used:
  • FACE: Sigma F80 for foundation, Chanel Brush #1 for Powder & Bronzer, Sigma F40 for blush, Sigma E40 Blush for applying highlighter on Cheek Bones, Sigma P82 for applying concealer under the eyes 
  • Eyes: MAC 222, 217, 239, Sigma E65 
I hope you all liked the pigment. 

Have a lovely week ahead. 

Lots of Love 






16 comments:

  1. This is like a must have for smokey eyes! whats the price of the pigments?

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    1. Thanks Parita... I got this for INR 1350/-.

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  2. Looks absolutely gorgeous Eesha! I'll check it out next time i head to the PRO store!

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    1. Thank you Ankita. Do give it a try, you will love it! xo

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  3. you have done it so beautifully....its one of the simplest and your best makeup looks ever...very very mesmerizing....I have to copy this look somewhere. Btw have u tried using the pigment wet??

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    1. Oh my God, Neeraj. Thank you so much. Yes, tried it wet, it's even more gorgeous when used wet! :-)

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  4. thats so damn gorgeous Eesha :D :D seriously , simple and pretty and soooo appealing at the same time :D :D i will def. try it dear

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  5. Gorgeous ! Its simply drool worthy of a shade <3
    Looks a stunner on your eyes :)

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    1. Thanks Vipra. Yes, i is yaar. Too good to ignore :-D

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  6. Hows chanel brush 6?? M hunting fr a good powder brush thought of shseido as well.

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    1. Hi Jigisha... yeah Chanel Brush (actually #1 not #6). It was a serious typo error. Sorry for that.
      Chanel #1 is a lovely brush, very soft and fluffy to deposit just the right amount of powder. Shiseido is another lovely brush, very soft, but smaller than Chanel's #1.

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    2. Ya they almost at par wth the pricing..only shseido handmade in Japan...i have shseido n chanel foundtn brush n love chanel more but powder im nt sure...chanel made in china now so .....

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  7. Oh thats the foundtn brush na?? I have it just realised... U used that fr bronzer n powder?? Wow.

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