Rendez-vous sur Hellocoton !
    I'm back for my tenth Monday Shadow Challenge makeup look ! I was supposed to work with emerald green and I have to say that this color is a bit scary to me. It's royal in a way and I can't imagine it but in a really precise, elaborate look.
    I've created this look with only one word in mind : Envy. A precise eye makeup with an explosive lip makeup - an artistic mix that, once again, would not be worn in daytime.

    Eye Makeup

    At first, I wanted to create a classic emerald and forest-green makeup and then I just got carried way in a simpler and more geometric smokey eyes.

    Step 1. A good eye primer is necessary for this type of makeup so I used the Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin.
    Step 2. I used the lightest color from the Max & More 419 Wanderlust quad. It's a white color with green undertones - perfect for this look.
    Step 3. Emerald Green... I used the first green color of the third horizontal row of the Modelite Blackshow Green Palette. I blended it with the white color and applied it almost to the outer corner of my eyes.
    Step 4. I used the a FashionistA black eyeshadow called Night Sky in the outer corner that I blended with the green and shaped into a point as if it were an eyeliner. I also applied it as a thick stroke under the bottom lashline.
    Step 5. A good thick layer of the L'Oréal Luminous Butterfly Sculpt mascara and that was it !

    Lip Makeup

    When I saw how dark and made up my eyes were, I wanted to finish with a very light makeup for the face and mouth. When I saw this wouldn't be possible to achieve with the only extra nude lipstick I have (Pierre René Professional's Slim Rich Lipstick in 01 Pure Nude), I changed my mind and settled on a very colorful lipmakeup that would remind people of watercolor.

    I used the Pure Nude lipstick as a base and then used several colors from two Modelite Blackshow Palettes (Fluo Flash and Redchic) and a L'Oréal Color Infaillible eyeshadow in 005 Purple Obsession with water to create a dripping watercolor effect on my mouth and skin.
    Then, I just drew the outline of my upper lip with the FashionistA Night Sky eyeshadow for a cartoon effect. I wanted the eyes and mouth to be as opposed as possible.

    Face Makeup

    I did a very light work on my face : I used the SLA green Skin Primer that I forgot to photograph and the Neutral Set transparent Ben Nye powder.

    I worked my eyebrows with the average brown eyeshadow from the eyebrow set of Pierre René Professional and a layer of the Essence Lash & Brow mascara.

    I love this makeup and how opposed the precise and geometric makeup of the eyes and the messy lip makeup are. However, I think I could have improved the makeup a bit more - though I don't really know how. Maybe I should have stuck with a really nude lipmakeup or less makeup on my eyes...

    What do you personnally think of this creation ? 

    Rendez-vous sur Hellocoton !
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