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When I saw this on the style website, the website that I go to to see what is the upcoming runway collections and I completely fell in love with this look. Its subtle and neutral but the pop of surprise is so interesting to me. I love how it reminds me of a cheetah print, but a deconstructed way. The nude peach color on the inner crease, slightly smoked out cut crease and the pop of white on the whole crease. :)
I was really hitting myself for not writing the designer runway look so I was trying to find it for half an hour just now :/. I kept thinking that it was from a recent collection from D&G but I was looking through just the fall 2012. This look was actually pretty easy; you just have to take your time to have a clean look, especially when working with black. I know I havent done a look for a while but I usually dont unless Im inspired to do so. This look is easily my top five look.
<strong>Primer </strong>: ELF eyelid primer $1
<strong> Color base </strong>: Mixture of Coral 002 + Yellow 013 + White 010= light peach nude color from Make up forever flash palette $99
<strong> Inner nude color </strong>: 2nd row on left side, 4th color from the bottom of ELF 144 ultimate eye shadow palette $15
<strong> Thin cut crease </strong>: 1st row on left side, last color from bottom left; ELF 144 ultimate eye shadow palette $15
<strong> C crease & bottom lash line </strong>: Carbon Black MAC $18
<strong> White V & waterline</strong>: Stila Kajal Eyeliner in Pearl $18 (I really dont recommend this product :/, review soon hopefully)
<strong> Mascara </strong>: One by one Maybelline $7 ish (depending on where you get it)
<strong> Lash curler </strong>: Daiso sliver lash curler $2
Hope you guys like my recreation, I had a lot of fun doing this look and I would actually wear this out. :)
*First picture is mine, Second one from link down below*
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