I'm terribly sorry I haven't posted anything yet since I'm really busy lately with my jobs. Jobs? Yes, I'm working as a teacher, a mother, and a house wife at the same time. Xixixixi.
Remember my review about Maybelline Hyper Glossy Eyeliners? (read it here girls!) Since I bought them, I hadn't got any chances to put them on. So, last week, I encouraged myself to put on this orange eyeliner. It was kinda tricky to be able to create a great overall look with this eyeliner since the colour is really bright and eye-catching. Finally, after hours of consulting my best friend Shapie about this, I was able to pull off this look. Yeaaay!
Let's take a look of the photos!
|Maybelline Hyper Glossy Runaway Pop Eyeliner in #Tangerine Orange|
I took these photos around 9 in the morning. It was hot and sunny, as always, but I extremely LOVE the sun since it will make the photos look better with good lightning exposure
(now I sound like an expert photographer X_X).
As you can see, I pulled off this eye look by combining black eyeliner (I used Wet and Wild H2O Proof liner, wait for the review later!) and the orange eyeliner from Maybelline. It was really frustrating putting on those two eyeliners because I had to make a straight line with same width (can we use this verb to describe about eyeliner??? *confuse*). To make it more difficult, I had to wait for a couple minutes before I could apply the next eyeliner. Gosh, what a hard work!
At last! It was a pay-off after I looked at the results. On that day, I was wearing a flowery, peach and green blouse, blue jeans, and a plain green cotton shawl. Since I got green colour splattered on my blouse and it was definitely the main colour of my shawl, I decided to put on green eyeshadow to line my lower eye line. What I did was I dabbed my cream eyeliner brush (it's Masami Shouko brush) with a drop of e.l.f Make Up Lock and Seal. Then I took green eyeshadow from my LT Pro Eyeshadow Shiny Palette (it's got a very gorgeous green colour!) and lined it on my lower eye line. Awesome!
I remember it was Saturday and I was teaching two children classes. On my first class, it was full of very young English learner. I was singing and dancing with them when suddenly one of my student jumped on my back and literally pulled my shawl! Fortunately, it wasn't ripped. But then again, I had to take a short trip to the toilet to fix my shawl. Gosh! I've never known that teaching children could be so dangerous! After the toilet trip, this was my shawl looked like...
What do you think, girls? I did this turban style not only because the previous style was a bit dangerous (in children class), but also because the shawl itself was kinda wrinkled. I hate wrinkled shawls and veils! That's a BIG NO for me. I have no idea whether it is a AYE or NAY for this style. Fortunately, so far no one gives bad comments, which is good/bad ???
Well, I guess it's a wrap for my EOTD Feat. Maybelline Hyper Glossy Runaway Pop Eyeliner in #Tangerine Orange. Thanks for reading!
PS. These are products I used to create this look
- Hada Labo Ultimate Whitening Lotion and Milk
- Skin Aqua UV Moisture Gel SPF 30 PA++
- Etude Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Berry face primer
- Revlon Colorstay 24 Hr Foundation #220 Medium Beige
- Maybelline Hyper Glossy Runaway Pop Eyeliner in #Tangerine Orange
- Wet and Wild H2O Proof Liner in Black
- elf Eyebrow Kit in #Medium
- LT Pro Perfecting Blush in #03
- Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick Creme in #117 Almost Nude
- Wardah TWC