We are all on the hunt for affordable cosmetics that are AMAZING in quality. And I am so FOR Black Opal Cosmetics. The pigmentation and quality of their products rival higher end brands. Some of my favorite products by this brand are their Foundations and Concealers and also their awesomely pigmented eye-shadows. Today, I used their eyeshadow duos in this easy to create look.
So let's get to the product break down!!
No7 Beautifully Matte Face Primer
Urban Decay De-Slick Spray
Foundation| MAC Studio Fix Fluid "NC 44"
Concealer| MAC ProLongWear Concealer "NC42"
Under Eye Setting Powder| MAC Set Powder mixed with MAC "Soft Yellow" powder (both are pro products)
Face Setting Powder| MAC MSFN in "Medium Deep"
Contour| MAC "Harmony" Blush
Blush| MAC "Good Girl Gone Bad" Blush (limited edition product)
Highlighting Powder| MAC "Lightscapade" MSF mixed with MAC " By Candlelight" MSF(limited edition)
Base| MAC "Painterly" Paint Pot
Lid| Black Opal ColorSplurge eyeshadow Duo in "Gilty Treat" (gold color)
Crease| MAC "Saddle" eyeshadow
Outer and Inner Corner| Black Opal ColorSplurge eyeshadow Duo in "Tawny Tease" (reddish brown color)
Browbone| MAC "NC 42" Studio Finish Concealer
Top Liner|NYC Black Liquid Liner
Bottom Lash Liner| MAC Power Kohl "Raven" (limited edition)
Mascara| MAC Haute N Naughty "Too Black" Mascara/Lancome Definicils
Brows| Maybelline Define A Brow "Medium Brown"
Liner| MAC "Cork" Lip Pencil
Gloss| Buxom Full-On LipCream in "White Russian"
I love that this look is soft and daytime appropriate but can but smoked up for a easy transition into night. I would add black kohl liner into the water line and add false lashes to amp this up. And probably change the lip color as well.
I love creating the MOTD/Makeup Of The Day for working women. Of course you can achieve a similar look with less products. I say take the bits and pieces you need to make the look your own!
As always, I welcome your feed back and comments. I'd love to hear from you guys.
Until Next Post!