Well.. at least I can say I tried!
Although I would say this was a fail, it isn’t a fail in the sense of it looks horrendous, it just didn’t end up looking like a cut crease – it looks like I have some great blending skills.
This is the palette I used, it is the Reloaded Iconic Fever palette from Revolution (formerly known as Make Up Revolution). Basically, if I could ever create my own palette this would be it – I love oranges and reds!
These are the swatches of the first line. In this look I used the first, fourth and fifth shade. I used the first shade on my lid (this was meant to the cute crease colour) and shades four and five to build up my crease and outer corner.
These are the swatches of the second line – a mix of mattes and shimmers.
These are the swatches of the third line, I used the first and second colours both in my crease and outer corner.
This is what my eye looks like closed – as you can see no cut crease!
My eye open and looking down (I have seen beauty bloggers do this – so I thought why not, haha)
I am actually impressed with myself for my eyeliner skills – it never ever turns out this good, I used Revolution’s Renaissance Flick eyeliner and for some reason it actually makes doing your eyeliner so much easier.
A good old, eye open photo with my ring light reflection.
Over all, I am not mad about the look, it just didn’t turn out how I wanted too but I am sure with plenty of practice I will crack it eventually.
In this look I also used the Fast Base Foundation stick (F1) Fast Base Concealer (C1), Contour powder in shade 3 and liquid lipstick all from Revolution.
Revolution is such an affordable drugstore brand and has amazing quality. Pretty much all the eye-shadow’s I own are from Revolution.
Thank you for reading,