30 Mar 2012

Warm bronze eyes using MAC Sable and Maybelline Color Tattoo

It's end of the week and I still have enough energy to write a new post. Today, I'll share my latest look I wore on a night out with my boyfriend. The entire eye make-up was really simple and easy to do and I really wanted to try MAC Sable eyeshadow, which unfortunately wasn't used since I got it. I guess I'm just too scared of warm toned eyeshadows lately. It was also a perfect opportunity to try out the crease-less action of Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bad to the bronze. They both did a wonderful job giving dimension and no-creasing lines on my eyes (which is suprisingly good).See for your self and judge their performance.

For this look I used only:
Maybelline Color Tattoo- Bad to the bronze
4 basic eyeshadows ( Mac Sable, Mac Unbasic white, Mac Sketch, Wet n wild black)
Eyelash curler
Max Factor False lash effect mascara

The hero of them all...Mac Sable in all it's glory. Surprisingly I like it even better than Satin taupe even tough I prefer cool toned eyeshadows and this one is obviously a bit more warmer. Really pops out the green in the eyes.

As you can see...no visual creasing even with a flash light! I can always spot some kind of creasing on my eyelids if I don't use UD Primer potion or Too Faced Shadow insurance. Hands down to the Maybelline Color Tattoos! But WARNING ...It can crease without powder eyeshadows or being too generous with application.


Thank you ♥