Online I found these two eyes in better quality (both from the film).
I merged the looks together to create my Bollywood eye.
Products in this picture:
- Bliss, Poetic – Brow Shaping Sugar Wax Kit
- Shiseido, The Skincare – Purifying Cleansing Foam
- Bliss, Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask
- Klein-Becker, StriVectin-SD® – Eye Cream
- Klein-Becker StriVectin-SD®
I got this Brow Shaping kit last week and I’m honestly not sure. I know I don’t have much to wax, I check for stray hairs every day and check the overall shape once a week, but the little fuzz you don’t see I wax off once a fortnight. And I did take away the fuzz, but the 2 darker hairs I also had in the sugar wax stayed on my skin, so I tweezed them out. So I might not be the perfect person to review this, but my Veet cold wax strips work better. But I didn’t have any redness afterwards so I could leave the house straight away.
I cleansed my face with the Shiseido cleansing foam and I’ve almost emptied the tester. I really love this cleanser, I usually love the feel of a scrub in the morning, but this cleans very well, I’ll miss it when the tester is empty. I might get it later, but I want to finish my huge stash of skincare products before I buy anything else, so I’ll try to not buy it coming week.
It’s Sunday and you all know that means mask day for me, I didn’t have a lot of time to relax and do my pamper and prepare myself for the coming week. The best solution for that is the Bliss Triple Oxygen mask, because it’s quick and the frothing it does tingles and tickles which makes you feel like it’s doing miracles. When you wash it off you look glowing and the smell of the mask relaxes me a lot.
I’ve been in a lot of air conditioned spaces lately this dries my skin a lot. Another thing that makes my skin feel tight is the temperature outside at the moment. To prevent any dry patches or flakey skin around my nose and forehead I took up my old trusting winter cream again. I have a few creams I use mostly in the months October to April because they are thicker and protect more against the harshness of winter. If I use these in the summer I just break out and my skin starts to sweat a lot more, so this is really a winter cream for my skin. The StriVectin-SD creams are serious skin savers. When my skin is feeling a little better, I’ll go to my Clinique winter creams and use this at night to repair any damage.
Products in this picture:
- Smashbox, Photo Finish
- Clear Foundation Primer
- Urban Decay, Eye Shadow Primer Potion
- YSL, Teint Parfait – No. 7
- Smashbox, High Definition Healthy FX Foundation – L3
- Smashbox, Travel Foundation Brush
- Smashbox, Camera Ready Concealer – 3.0
- Smashbox, Concealer Brush – no. 4
- Make Up For Ever, Super Matte Loose Powder – no. 12
- Sephora, Mineral Powder Brush – no. 45
- Benefit, Highbrow
- Tarte, Lock & Roll – Creaseless Eye Shadow Duo – Rose Gold (Thanks to MartiniLush :WOOHOO: )
- Smashbox, Shadow Brush – no. 26
- Smashbox, JetSet – Midnight Black
- Smashbox, Arced Liner Brush – no. 21
- Sephora Brand Professionnel, Pointed Liner/Eyeliner Brush – no. 17
- Urban Decay, 24/7 Travel Size Set Of 5 – VIP (using the pencils Zero [black], Electric [bright iridescent teal])
- Sephora, Eyelashcurler
- Dior, Diorshow – 090 Black
- Bare Escentuals, Buxom Lips – Dolly (Thanks to MartiniLush :makeup: )
After using a thick cream I really need a primer to keep my foundation from slipping off. I used Photo Finish to be the safety layer between my moisturizer and foundation. On my eyes I used a thin layer of Eye Shadow Primer Potion as a base.
Before my foundation I used Teint Parfait to make me look less pale, it was a very early morning after a late night yesterday and I was looking a little white. Over this colour layer I placed some High Definition Healthy FX Foundation with my Travel Foundation Brush. I love using this brush to create a flawless base.
When I was a teen I always did my foundation with a Max Factor stick foundation that also could be used as a concealer because the colour was perfect for my skin. Today I used a little Camera Ready Concealer placing it with a Concealer Brush. To set the base I used Super Matte Loose Powder with the Mineral Powder Brush.
I used a little Highbrow under my brows blending it with my fingers. I then took up a tester MartiniLush send to me. It’s by Tarte and it’s a Lock & Roll – Creaseless Eye Shadow Duo in Rose Gold. This is an amazing colour, it makes my eyes look greener and my skin more golden. I placed some of the cream shadow on my lids (up to and a little over the crease) and blended it up with my fingers.
I used the powder roller over the cream shadow and used the Shadow Brush to blend it out at the crease.
If I close my eye, this is the colour of the eyeshadow:
I wanted to mix both Bollywood looks into one and I creates a medium thick eyeliner line on my top lashes with a little flick at the end with JetSet in Midnight Black. I used the Arced Liner Brush to build up the line and the Pointed Liner/Eyeliner Brush to create the flick at the end.
At this point I made the top waterline black with the JetSet and Arced Liner Brush as well. This creates the appearance of thicker lashes. To create the lines at the bottom I used two 24/7 pencils, these are waterproof and hold pretty well, they don’t hold like the JetSet holds, but for a pencil it’s a miracle that these colours stay as long as they do. I used Zero first in my lower lash line (really pressing the colour into the lashline). I used the no. 20 Smashbox Smudge Brush to smudge the line into a beautifully blended line. On my lower wate
rline I placed some Electric. I don’t have the blue liner they used in the original look, but this worked really well, so I used this instead.
I curled my lashes, and gave them one coat of Diorshow. Finally I brushed my eyebrows into shape.
On my lips I used another tester sent to me by MartiniLush. This is my first ever Bare Escentuals product and it feels really cold and tingly on my lips. I love the natural colour and the way it shines.
I used Buxom Lips in Dolly. Thank you sooo much Martini!! :KISS: :LOVE: