Thursday, November 3, 2011

AMW Version: This Is How I Do It with Revlon's CustomEyes

Remember my review on Revlon's CustomEyes Shadow and Liner in Metallic Chic?  Since I tested on the eye makeup, I might as well continue and complete the rest of my face as I do miss my own AMW Version!  

Don't get me wrong, the palette isn't a miss, I did say it works better than the rest of the Revlon palettes but I personally like the other palettes from the same line in different shades!  

I have been reaching out for this palette a couple of times and even used the "golden yellow" shadow shade all over the lids when I visited the cemetery!  I know it sounds crazy but hey, I do want to look good when I visit my loved ones who are in heavens!  

My finished eye makeup

AMW Diagram

Before the eyeshadow application:
Since the shadow does not adhere to my lids, I apply a good amount of MAC Paint Pot in Coral Crepe (Thanks Connie for this!).  Feel free to use any paint pot shades or eyelid primer.



Step 1:
With a flat shader brush, apply the bronzey-orange eyeshadow all over the lids with a gently "patting" motion.  Use a huge fluffy brush to remove fall outs if necessary.
 
 
Step 2:
With a blending brush, apply the metallic green shadow on the outer-v including the outer lower lash line.  Apply more as needed and blend with a wiper motion.

Step 3:
With the other side of the flat shader brush, pat on the Golden Yellow eyeshadow shade at the center of your lid to blend in the bronzey orange and metallic green shade.  

Step 4:
With a pencil brush, apply the silver gray shade or the "liner" of the palette on the outer line of the eyes and outer lower lash line.  Applying with this style can change a bit of your eye shape giving an illusion of bigger eyes.


Lined my eyes with Revlon's CustomEyes Liquid Liner in Black
Apply Lancome's Le Crayon Khol in Teal on the waterline
Curled my lashes and applied coats of Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme in Black.

Voila!  Quick and easy eye makeup 
Using ONE palette!

Scroll down to check out what I used
for the rest of my face

 

For the Face:
Mary Kay TimeWise Luminous-wear Liquid Foundation in Beige
L'Oreal White Perfect Pearl Duo Tone Whitening Powder in Golden Ivory


For the Cheeks:
MAC Mineralize Blush in Gentle


For the Lips:
MAC Lustre Lipstick in Giddy

Thanks Kirsten and Gay for the gorgeous MAC gifts! I can't stop using them since the day I got them! :)  Here's my final look!

Oooh Thursday is the day!  You lucky readers are off for another weekend soon!  Me, I have 2 makeup gigs to do on Saturdays and Sundays so I won't be having any weekend but I'm not complaining!  I'm happy!

Keep smilin'
Stay happy!

10 comments:

  1. i love everything about your look! ganda! :) bakit ba ang ganda mo lagi? :)

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  2. i just love love love paint pots - they can totally make any eyeshadow pop! now if only am not tamad to put it on first before eyeshadow hehehe! love your version sis, makeup guru talaga ever!

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  3. @Issa Kasi mahal mo ako kaya maganda ako sa paningin mo lagi! hehehee Thanks sis

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  4. @MereMakeupManiac Agree! But I actually enjoy using paint pots at di siyadong tinatamad! katamad lang when they dry up on glass jar LOL

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  5. This is so pretty! Love the colors you used!

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  6. @gio Lucky me the color I used all came in a single palette :D

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  7. I love this neutral eye look! The emerald waterline is such a nice twist. Can't wait to try this look too! :)

    Anna
    http://electroanna.blogspot.com

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  8. @Anna yay! give it a try and I hope you can come back and let me know once you've done it and took a shot of it! I wanna seeeee!!!

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