Quick Night Eyes with Mineral Shadows

Who ever said mineral based eye shadows don’t perform as well as traditional ones? I love the loose powder and the freedom you have to use a little more or a little less depending on what look you’re trying to achieve. Mineral shadows are easy to blend and look great on all skin types, it’s also a great option for those with sensitive eyes.

I started with a cream primer then a flesh toned shadow all over my lids.

I then used Strumpet all over with Charmer on the outer part of my lid from J Lynne

The liner was Sapphire from Pixi.

Shu lash curler with Benefit Bad Gal mascara.

Even out your skin and get rid of any fallen product with a little concealer and you’re ready to go!

The whole thing took me about 7 minutes total. Blending is key, add just a little at a time until you’re happy with the intensity.

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Comments

  1. Shalee Clark says:

    What colors to you suggest for someone that is fair skinned, with dark features? I have blond hair, but dark eyebrows and dark brown eyes.

  2. Nice work as always!

    Benefit Bad Gal mascara. How is it?

    Who all carries the Benefit line in Denver anyway? Seems like not many.

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