This look uses one of the three new Mac quads that are part of the Shop Mac, Cook Mac collection. This Call Me Bubbles quad has some of my favorite eye shadow colors, but admittedly my list of favorites is quite long. In this look, I also used a Maybelline 24 Hour Color Tattoo as a base. These potted cream shadows have become increasingly popular and they definitely live up to the hype. They are similar to Mac Paint Pots in product and packaging, but half the price.
|Eyebrows:||Mac Eye Brows Crayon – Spiked
Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel – Espresso
|Primer:||Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base|
|Base:||Maybelline 24 Hour Color Tattoo – Fierce & Tangy|
|Inner Corner:||Mac Call Me Bubbles|
|Lid:||Mac Fresh Daily|
|Outer Corner:||Mac Shadowy Lady|
|Crease:||Mac Full of Flavour|
|Upper Lash Line:||Mac Fluidline – Wholesome|
|Lower Lash Line:||Mac Fluidline – Wholesome|
|Lower Waterline:||Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil – Midnight Cowboy|
|Mascara:||Mac Prep and Prime Lash
L’Oreal Voluminous False Lashes
|Foundation:||Everyday Minerals – Toffee|
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After priming, I applied Fierce & Tangy (a matte bright orange) with a synthetic brush onto my lid up to my crease. I didn’t notice until it was too late, but this product got onto my lashes, which you can see in the pictures. It was quite difficult to remove after the product set. With a Mac 226, I blended Full of Flavour in the crease. With a flat shader brush, I patted on Fresh Daily onto my lid and blended out the edges with the Mac 226. With a small shader brush I put Call Me Bubbles into the inner corner.
With a clean blending brush and a skin tone shade (Mac Moleskin) I softened the edges of the crease color and blended it up to the brow. With a Louise Young LY38A, I darkened the crease and outer corner with Mac’s Shadowy Lady. With a small pencil brush, I lightly applied Shadowy Lady to my lower lash line. With a Mac 263, I applied a dark brown gel liner to my upper lash line and lightly onto my lower lash line.