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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Obsession: Blue Eyeshadow!

Well, since I'm currently sorting my stash, I found several blue eyeshadows and decided to start another little series entitled 'Obsession'! Here they are:


Includes:
LE 2008 Lavshuca Summer Gradually Palette in Aqua Beach
Majolica Majorca Majolook in BL763
Majolica Majorca single eyeshadow in BL724
MAC Pigments in Mutiny(LE, May 2008 Naughty Mauticals) and Steel Blue (PRO)
MAC for A-mei Bold Eyes e/s trio (includes Venus, Freshwater and Carbon)
KATE Gradical Compact in BU4

Hope you liked this 'Obsession' and look forward to more!

4 comments:

  1. are you gonna write more about these? they look gorgeous! :)

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  2. Hi Ariana!! I think I'll be writing more about the Majolook series pretty soon and the Lavshuca one (used once..didn't like how it turned out!!). They are gorgeous indeed! Thanks for checking out my blog!

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  3. many asians stay away from blues thinking it's too strong (dark blue) or too tacky (light blue). but blue really compliments our brown eyes so well!

    and as I age, i prefer darker blues more than the lighter ones as they give a mysterious look without looking tired.

    excellent post.

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  4. Hi jojoba!! I agree! I almost never see blue on Asians, or if I do it's paired with other pastels like green.

    Darker blues and navies are beautiful! I saw your FOTDs with the Shu Uemura Source palette--gorgeous!

    Thank you for dropping by!

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