I realised that I've really missed doing makeup looks, it's been SIX MONTHS since my last one! Where has the time gone?! I'm going to have to make sure I do them more often.
Here's a look I created before I left on my trip (but didn't have time to post) using MeMeMe products. If you're no stranger to my blog, you'll know I'm a huge fan of their products; they're so pigmented and easy to work with.
The *Fire Eyes quad was one that caught my eye as soon as I saw it, and I jumped at the chance to try it. While some of the shades might look a little bright, I couldn't wait to create a wearable look with it.
|MeMeMe products used for this look.|
I used all the shadows from the *Fire Eyes Catwalk Quad, *Arch Angels, *Long Wear Satin Lip Cream (lipstick) in Persian Pink, Light Me Up gloss in Lustre and Blush Box in Coral.
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I used the platinum shade of the quad in my inner eye corner, the pink over my mobile lid and blended the deep burgundy over the outer eye corner. I then traced a little orange along my lower lash line to make the look more fun. Brows were filled in using the *Arch Angels and I also added Harlotte half lashes in Drama Queen.
Apologies for the slightly 'white' look of some of the photos, I think the flash was rebounding off my skin too much.
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind The Lifter Foundation in Honey Beige
Colorevolution Mineral Powder in Creme Caramel
Arbonne Creme Concealer in Medium
MeMeMe blush box in Coral
MeMeMe Fire Eyes Quad
Maybelline Master Precise Eyeliner
Benefit They're Real Mascara
Harlotte half lashes in Drama Queen
MeMeMe Long Wear Satin Lip Cream in Persian Pink
MeMeMe Light Me Up gloss in Lustre
What do you think of this look, lovelies? Is it too much or do you think it's surprisingly wearable? Have you tried any of these MeMeMe products?
Note: Products marked with a * were kindly provided for my consideration, while the remaining products were purchased by me. This has not affected my opinion in any way. For more information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy.