ELLIS FAAS: Eye Look With Light XVI

The ELLIS FAAS Light E302 - you could call it a green-gold or a metallic chartreuse. I figured it would go well with the khaki brown of Milky Eyes E205, so this is what I came up with:

Products used:

Light E302 - metallic chartreuse
Milky Eyes E205 - khaki brown
Milky Eyes E203 - dark blue
Mascara E401 - black
Note: These pens were provided by ELLIS FAAS.

This is what I did:

Upper lid
1. Applied with finger the khaki brown of E205 on the whole lid.
2. Dabbed on the metallic chartreuse E302 on the moving lid.
3. With an angled eyeliner brush, lined the upper lashline with the blue of E203.
4. Tightlined with a black eyeliner pencil (I used the Teeez Bold Eyeliner Pencil Sexy 12).

Lower lashline
5. Lined the lower lashline with the same blue. Smudged it out.
6. Applied black eyeliner (pencil) on waterline.

7. Applied two coats of mascara.

See also other combinations:
Eye looks: ELLIS FAAS

ELLIS FAAS website


Girlie Blogger said...

Gold and navy look very good together. Love this do.

sugar sugar said...

lovely! :) i'm back to blogging anne haha! :D

Me said...

What a beautiful combination of colors, it looks so great on you. I was wondering how you got that navy in such a thin line, given the applicator. I really like wearing E203 as a liner, too. Or I'll dot it in the crease and work like mad to quickly sheer it out. Alas, I cannot wear that Light 302 color. Seriously, look how scary it is on me. (Pls ignore the absence of much-needed mascara.) You always manage to take Ellis Faas' boldest colors and make them look so perfectly subtle and beautiful.

Shivani said...

the chartreuse is so beautiful <3

Anonymous said...

So pretty! Perfect combination of colors. I love this eye look hun! "KTee"xx

Anonymous said...

You always come up with gorgeous eye looks (like this one). It's really beautiful and I think the color combination is very unique.

You are such a pro in finding the perfect combinations. Take care, Nicole x

Unknown said...

As always a great look!
I love it!

Witoxicity said...

@Girlie Blogger
Thank you! :)

@sugar sugar
Good to have you back blogging! :D

@Zuzu's Petals
Thank you, Zuzu! I don't often use the pen's applicators to apply and if I do, it's for a large area. Most times, I find it easier to apply with my fingers and for eyelining, an angled liner brush. You know what, your eyes look hauntingly beautiful with the E302 on. What a colour match! You call it scary, I call it unusually beautiful. Seriously. :)

@Adorable On Your Vanity
The metallic finish makes it even better. :)

Yay, thank you very much, KTee! The colour combination is rather different from my usual but I'm glad it works. :D

Thank you, Nicole! Really, I'm just a late bloomer enjoying stumbling upon different combinations. I'm so pleased you like this one. :D

Thank you! :)