Smoky Patina

Hey guys! Here’s the pictures from my latest tutorial. Ever since I got Forest Green Pigment last year, I’ve had the hardest time working with it. It’s really dark, and blends out A LOT so, it can be difficult and messy. Old Gold is one of the most unique pigment I’ve come across. It’s bronzy-green -gold. It flashes and Orange-Bronze and a Neon-Chartreuse. I’ve paired this one with oranges with good results, but I like this combo best so far ^_^

Products used:

Face:
Mac Prep and Prime Spf 50
Mac Fast Response Eye Cream
Everyday Minerals Foundation (a mix of Soft Butter Peach and Fair-Neutral.)
Nyx Blush in Mocha
Mac Studio Lights in Ideal Pink (for the under eye)

Eyes:
MAC: Pharaoh Paint Pot
MAC: Painterly Paint Pot
MAC: Old Gold Pigment
MAC: Forest Green Pigment
MAC: Mac Blanc Type Eyeshadow( Highlight)
Ben Nye: Aztec Gold Eyeshadow (inner corner)
MAC: Dip Down Fluidline
MAC: Graphblack Technakohl
Blinc: Kiss Me Mascara

Lips:
MAC: Viva Glam Lipstick IV
Ben Nye: Aztec Gold (for extra credit)

^_^

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5 thoughts on “Smoky Patina

  1. Love it love it love it. Also, I loved your coming out day video. I worked really hard to get Issue 1 voted down in Ohio in 2004 (to some devastating results). It was the redefinition of “civil union” to exclude homosexuals. I love the idea of the rainbow underwear. My wedding colors are “all colors” so that fits in perfectly.

    All my love, woman.

    -Teresa

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