Thursday, April 8, 2010

Urban Decay spring look using Wallpaper Palette

All the colors (except what I used under the eye) came from the Urban Decay Wallpaper Palette. I was going for a spring-y look and it was so much better in person!  Don't forget to use the 30% off code! Code 1SFNF Good until April 19th. :)


Primer - e.l.f. mineral primer
Inner lid -  Asphyxia
Outer lid -  Shattered
Crease -  Last Call
Under Brow - Grind
Under eye area - Urban Decay Mayhem from the BOS Vol. 1
Liner - Urban Decay Zero Pencil
Mascara - Lash Blast Very Black

7 comments:

lizS said...

oooo, that one was way cute and fun! very springlike, i approve. ;)

lillypug said...

oh goody! Glad you approve, I thought it was a bit bolder than I normally wear so I was a little skeered to wear it in public. ;)

Phyrra said...

I like the look, it's soft.

Heather / Eyeconic said...

Beautiful! Perfect for spring :)

lillypug said...

Thanks Phyrra and Heather! :) Might do it again with a different crease color and a different liner.

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