You know what, I've never done an all-out pink makeup before. I just didn't think that pink looked good on my eyes, or maybe I just haven't found the right combination of pinks for my skin tone. The latter was actually the correct assumption, once I found these In2It eyeshadow palettes (my review of which is super overdue).
Anyway, I actually built this whole look around the new Clinique Lid Smoothie in Pinkgo Biloba since I wanted to try it out as an eyeshadow base. It's a pretty simple look (just three eyeshadow shades), but I was really pleased by how the pinks flattered my skin and made it look fresh - at least, to my mind. Hehe. I enjoyed this look so I'll definitely wear it again.
If you want to try it out for yourself, the trick is to get the right shades of pink for your skin tone. Fair women can pull off most pinks, medium-toned girls can go for warm peachy-pinks with golden shimmer, while those who are dark-toned will look good in deeper, heavier pinks. Still, this isn't a hard and fast rule, so feel free to experiment!
Face: Jane Iredale Dream Tint, MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer, Clinique Superbalanced Powder Makeup, Guerlain Meteorites
Cheeks: Estee Lauder Signature Silky Powder Blush in Tender Petal
Eyeshadows: Clinique Lid Smoothie in Pinkgo Biloba as base, In2It Eye Colour Palettes in Sorbet Deluxe (used the medium pink shade on top on the inner half of my lid) and Pink Alert (light pink on top, used it on the crease),
Clinique Lid Smoothie in Pinkgo Biloba
In2It Eye Colour Palette in Sorbet Deluxe (pink on top used as crease color)
In2It Eye Colour Palette in Pink Alert (pink on top used as lid color)
Eye Definition: VMV Hypoallergenics Ooh-La-Lash Mascara, Paul & Joe Eye Crayon in 01 (waterline), Shu Uemura eyebrow pencil in Walnut Brown + In2It eyebrow kit
Lips: Lip Ice Lip Balm, MAC Viva Glam VI lipstick
And that's it! Hope you liked the look. Let me know if you get to try it. ;)
Wide-eyed peg! Lol.