Beauty: Black Glittered Eyes Tutorial
Last weekend, I went on what was quite possibly my first night out in about 6 months. While the highlight of the evening was seeing some friends that I hadn’t seen in a while, what I was most excited about was being able to play around with my make up and create a look that I wouldn’t usually be able to wear.
I’d been waiting quite a while to use my Chanel Illusion d’Ombre glitter pot and jumped at this opportunity to use it. If, like me, you usually write glitter straight off, then I urge you to consider this product. If I see glitter in an eyeshadow, I would (and still do) abandon any plans to use it. Nothing is worth the stress of constantly cleaning up the avalanche of glitter that falls from your make up brush while applying a glittery powder. But that’s where this comes in.
The Illusion d’Ombre is a glitter cream and not only is it much easier to use with far less fall out, it also sets on the skin and doesn’t budge once it’s there. So you needn’t worry about your make up sliding down your face halfway through the night.
By 2am, I was happy to see that other than a little bit of glitter on my cheeks, the rest of the product was still firmly on my eye lids. If you hate the idea of even a small amount of glitter on your face, just bring a small amount of foundation or concealer out with you and you can easily clean up the fall out with a foundation brush.
- Urban Decay Naked 2 palette
- Natural Collection Crushed Walnut e/s
- Chanel Illusion D’ombre in Mirifique
- Avon Supershock black gel liner
- Max Factor 2000 Calorie mascara
- Mac Face & Body foundation
- Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer
- Sleek Contour palette
- Barry M 107 lipstick