Temporary tattoos we around for the last summer, but they seem to be going mainstream this year. Paperself, the lovely lash brand, has launched a line called Tattoo Me, which has, amongst other, many great jewellery designs.
I know, it has been soooo long since I posted an outfit entry. It is not that I’ve been walking around naked or been wearing track suit bottoms day in and day out – it’s more like a mix of lack of time to photograph and boredom with the winter wardrobe!
But now… winds are (I hope they are) changing…. and I feel excited about wardrobes again! Here is my latest selection:
Tomato red backless top from Boohoo, black pencil skirt from H&M, black court shoes from Christian Louboutin (Pigalle), belt and necklace from Primark, rings from Sobral, Primark and H&M. Bracelet tattoo from Paperself.
The highlight of a make up show I attended (which was so rubbish it doesn’t even deserve a review or mention) was the Paperself stand, where they were doing free applications of their gorgeous lashes, and I chose to try the gorgeous “Deer& butterfly” small.
Now, I don’t think they are everyday lashes, but they are so pretty, but so pretty, that I actually feel like using them everyday. Their London skyline one is gorgeous, and their “smalls”, shorter versions of a full design, just for the fluttery outer corner, is actually wearable, on occasions. For a fashion shoot, they are just splendid! I love the peacock ones!!!
Inspired but the delicated butterly lashes I had applied, I decided to create a Blue Morpho butterfly wings look.
I started with the primer, followed by a generous sweep of a light blue powder pigment. I then applied dark blue crushed pigment from the outer corner in, blending towards the middle of the lid. Using a brush pen, I drew the oval shape of a wing, and blended into the darker blue.
I applied white eye liner on my lower water line, and then the blue eye liner followed by a little bit of lighter blue pigment to 2/3 of my bottom lash line from the inner corner. After that, I put a lot of black eyeliner on the outer lash line and topped up with a little bit of the dark blue pigment.
I added white crushed pigment to the brow bone and the inner corner of the eye blending into the lower lash line and also as a half moon to the curve of my “wing” shape, go give it a bit of a glow.
After that, I re-enforced my wing-shape drawing, with black eye liner, and blended a bit to make the line less harsh, but still visible.
Black eyeliner and mascara followed and then I applied a set of lashes to finish off the look. Of course, the jewel of the crown, the butterly lashes, were applied to the outer corner of my eye, on top of the other lashes.
I love this look. It is different but very pretty!
Products I used:
- Collection 2000 Dazzle Me Heavenly light blue powder pigment
- MAC crushed pigments in White As Snow and Wintersky
- MAC eyeshadow in Carbon
- MAC eye kohl in Smolder
- Urban Decay eyeprimer potion
- MAC brushes 209, 238, 219, 263 and a MINX fluffy one
- Studio eye pencils in Blue Velvet and Winter White
- Collection 2000 Extreme felt tip eye liner
- Maybelline Falsies mascara
- Duo eyelash glue
- Ardell 107 lashes
- Paperself small “Deer&butterfly” lashes