Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Two dark teal eyelined looks!

Teal my eyeliner! I'm a huge fan of teals, as bases, as shadows and as eyeliners! I usually am a lover of the bright blue green shade but here are two looks I did using my Clio Gelpresso eyeliner which is a dark navy teal shade!

Check out my Clio gelpresso eyeliner review here!

Continue below for the two looks!
Dark teal lined eye liner look using Clio gelpresso eyeliner!
Dark teal lined eye liner look using Clio gelpresso eyeliner!
Using my Red Earth single eyeshadow all over the lid in Forever Ever (my review here!) Then using thebalm highlighter under my brow as a highlight.

I apply my liquid black liner as usual on the upper lid and then apply the Clio gelpresso liner over the top and then in my lower waterline!

Dark teal lined eye liner look using Clio gelpresso eyeliner!

New Look: Acid washed jeans
Kitschen: Chiffon sheer top

Cotton On: High waisted A line skirt
Cotton On: Cropped cotton coatie

Second Teal lined look!
Products used: Peripera I love BB Cream (my review here!), Missha perfect cover (my review here!), Revlon eyeshadow (for eyebrows), Clio Gelpresso eyeliner (my review here!), Make up Forever Aqua eyes (my review here!), Peripera eyeliner (my review here!), Maybelline telescopic mascara, Neutrogena healthy volume mascara, Lancome Absolu Voyage Palette (my review here!), Maybelline color tattoo (my review here!), theBalm Cabana Boy blush (my review here!), thebalm mary lou highlighter (my review here!)
My second teal lined look, a simpler version of the first with a rosey cheek instead of a bronze!
I rarely line my lower lash line with a dark shade! It's time for brighter shades with the coming summer months! You won't be seeing much darker lower lash lines soon!

Hope the summer will be fruitful for everyone!
I can't wait to hit the beach soon!

Thank you so much for visiting!

18 comments:

  1. You look pretty as always ^^
    Colored eyeliners are not really my thing but this color looks good on you!
    your skin looks flawless as well! how do you achieve flawless skin in such humid weather like Sg? it is summer now in Berlin and my skin is so red and no foundation really sits well. T.T

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    1. Thank you dear! I keep my skin looking flawless and matte by using thin layers of medium/full coverage foundation with lots of matte foundation powder on top! It works for me!

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  2. Both would look great with glasses~ So pretty!

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    1. Thanks Amy! I rarely wear them out though!

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  3. I really like that you have reviews of the things that you use a lot. Lol, I'm still getting there. Anyway that's such a great look! I love the subtle edginess of the teal blue.

    Lynn | Makeup With Tea

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    1. Haha, I'm glad you've noticed that! I do try to review all my regular or well used HG products! I'm more of a review person but have been doing more looks! I love teal!

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  4. Your wing is always so dramatic! :) The eyeliner looks amazingly pigmented.

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    1. I've done it so many times its second nature now! Its quite awesome!

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  5. Loved the winged liner!

    Nice skirt too hun.

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  6. I like the idea of using the pencil over a black liner - makes the colour seem even richer and more pigmented and darker of course! :) Cute acid wash jeans and skirt as well!

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  7. Your eye makeup is gorgeous! You look great in glasses.

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  8. Liking the teal on you, as well as that fabulous cat eye.

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  9. I love teal on you and it's so pretty as eyeliner! You look beautiful as always & loving the cheeks in both looks!xx

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  10. Your eyeliner is seriously perfect. Teal looks wonderful on you as well!

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  11. This is such a pretty color , i love it ! And you look fabulous with it ;)

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  12. Your makeup is very pretty, I really love teal eyeliner!

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