This is a simple look using Giorgio Armani’s Blast of Blue shadow. I attempted to apply this shadow with a flat synthetic concealer brush by gathering some of the color onto the back of the little stopper, but it didn’t work out as well as some of the other Eyes To Kill shades. This color was a bit more crumblier than the others I’ve purchased, which gave me a lot of fallout problems. So I ended up using my index finger, which is what Armani wants, I just don’t want to for sanitary reasons. This is a real nice and interesting shade. It isn’t a blue with gold shimmer, the gold is infused with the blue. The shade is prettier on my eye than when swatched.
|Eyebrows:||Mac Eyebrow Crayon – Spiked|
|Maybelline Great Lash Clear Gel|
|Base:||Mac Soft Ochre Paint Pot|
|Lid:||Giorgio Armani Blast of Blue|
|Inner Corner:||INGLOT #429*|
|Upper Waterline:||Urban Decay 24/7 Liner – Perversion|
|Upper Lashline:||Urban Decay 24/7 Liner – Perversion|
|Lower Lashline:||Mac Pearlglide – Petrol Blue|
|Mascara:||Clinique High Definition Lashes|
|Mac Prep and Prime – Lash|
|Foundation:||Everyday Minerals Powder – Tan|
|Get This Look:|
I started off by applying Soft Ochre Paint Pot to my lid. (A base isn’t necessary for these shades, but it is for the other shadows used.) I dampened my lid with water and applied Blast of Blue all over my lid and a bit past my crease. I then put the light blue INGLOT shade onto my inner corner. To blend out the edge of Blast of Blue, I used Mac’s Haux with a Louise Young LY38 brush. I also used a skin tone shade (Mac’s Soft Brown) to blend out Haux and tone down the paint pot.
After applying my highlight shade, I lined my upper lash line and waterline with Urban Decay’s Perversion. I used Mac’s Petrol Blue on my lower lash line and smudged it out with a short shader brush. Petrol Blue is a darker blue than the lid shade, which I didn’t like for this look. So, I took a bit of the INGLOT shade and lightly applied it on top of the blue liner.
* See INGLOT Has Arrived article and The Swatch Bin for swatches.