Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Etos Eye Looks: Turqoise, Dusty Rose And Brown



Here's a quick post showing two eye looks. All except one of the items used are from Etos, a Dutch drugstore brand.

I used:


L-R:
Etos Eyeshadow Underbase (a primer)
Etos Pure Pigments - No. 103 (turqoise green)
Etos Pure Pigments - No. 101 (dark pink/dusty rose)
Etos Smokey Eyes Eyeshadow - only the darkest brown
GOSH Velvet Touch Eye Liner - Truly Brown
Etos Max Volume Mascara


The first look has the three colours sweeping horizontally across the eyes.


The second look has one colour stacked on top of another, with the third colour (brown) on the outer corners. I did a mirrored wing eyelining for this look.



Two looks, done with the same set of products. Let's keep it simple.


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11 comments:

The Girlie Blog said...

wow. very sultry!

makeup merriment said...

Just an absolutely stunning look! I love the rainbow effect! Thanks for the inspiration- I'm going to give a look like this a whirl xx

Witoxicity said...

@The Girlie Blog
Thank you! :)

@makeup merriment
Thanks for the kind words, Jeanie! It's a big departure from the usual neutrals but it's nice to try other colours once in a while. :D

나니 said...

I absolutely LOVE the pairing of colors here! : D They really emphasize each other!

Witoxicity said...

@나니
Thank you, Nani! :D

Anonymous said...

The colors go well together and they look gorgeous on you. Great blending too, you ar such a pro at that. "KTee"xx

Witoxicity said...

@KTee
Thank you very much, KTee. You're very kind. I'm still learning as I go along. Have a great weekend! :D

Anonymous said...

Beautiful eye look. I have to try something like this. (checks vanity case for similar colors). Those colors are a perfect match.

Take care, Nicole x

Witoxicity said...

@Nicole
Hey, thank you, my dear. Oh yes, do give these looks a whirl! I'm sure you have something similar in your stash. :)

Vonvon said...

Love the way you stacked the colours one on top of the other. I rarely do that. Mine is always lid Colour, then outer corner and crease.

Should try it your way too.:)

Witoxicity said...

@Vonvon
Thank you! I too have my habits when it comes to applying eyeshadows - the horizontal sweep with two shades, especially. Old habits do die hard. :P Lately, I've been trying to 'diversify' (er, if that's the right word!). :D