Simple eyes for a simple day! I was off to an interview for a well known microbrewery here in Singapore that also serves food and decided to go with a super simple look! It's not often that I do one or two shadow looks but I've almost forgotten how simple, fast and enjoyable they are! I really should feature more super simple looks!
Continue below for the look and yummy noodles!
|Two step smokey brown eye and roast pork belly sweet sauce noodles!|
|Super easy two step smokey brown eye using L'oreal infallible shadow and a highlight shade!|
|Apply a highlight shade on the inner corner of the eyes and below the brow bone, then apply your chosen shimmery dark brown on the rest of the lid, bringing it above the crease and blend it out and into the highlight!|
|Products used: Urban Decay Primer Potion, L'oreal Infallible eyeshadow, theBalm Mary-lou Manizer Highlighter, ZA two way foundation powder, Biore UV Aqua watery mousse, Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation shade 52, Catrice Camouflage cream, Revlon Matte (for brows), Kiss me heroine mascara long & curl, Revlon lip butter in Berry smoothie, L'oreal Lucent blush, NYX blush in taupe|
A super simple two shadow eye look using one L'oreal Infallible shadow and theBalm's Mary-lou manizer highlighter in the inner corner and under the brow! Paired with a light rose cheek and berry lip!
|L'oreal Lucent Magique Blush of Light glow palette in Duchess Rose! Review coming soon!|
|My favorite and I think the best instant noodles ever! Cooked al dente my ibumie mee goreng with extra sweet sauce!|
|I added fishcake, beef balls, kai lan and roasted pork belly extra deep fried on the outside!|
IMPORTANT: I've been unfortunate enough to run into a bug that seemingly many blogger users have run into! My reading list is now only showing one post at a time and I'm not stuck in Blogger Draft mode! If I don't get around to your blog as quickly as I usually do I'm so sorry! Now I have to individually click on each blog to see your recent post!
What do you use for a simple smokey brown eye?
Tried eating sweet sauce noodles before?
Let me know!
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