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Tuesday, January 5

EOTD Travel to Mercury with Hilite Copper

One thing - Travel to Mercury was not as reddish orange when I applied it in the morning in artificial light - it was much more bronze then, more yellowish. Now in bright daylight it looks bright reddish orange. Travel to Mercury is applied dry all over lid and wet as liner, some Hilite Copper is used just above the crease and as lower liner, dry (totally unvisible).


This time used the primer and EDM's Pearl Sunlight under the eyes, foundi is Conservatories' Caramel Light and blush is a mix of TKB's Paris Pink, Winter Rose and Apple Blossom.

I'll use the same post for Sunday's eyes too: TKB's Radiant Gold all over lid and Forged Gold wet as liner, Hilite Gold above the crease. Note: Radiant Gold is very sheer! But - on blue eyes the yellow-golden colors really rock!

Nice subtle colors these gold ones, will use primer next time I'm using them. TKB's Radiant Gold reminds me a lot of The Conservatorie's 18K Gold.

4 comments:

Nea/ Fashioned in Finland said...

Those colors look so good with your eyes! wow :D

Siilike said...

I warmly recommend gold colors to all blue-eyed persons :)

RA said...

Väga ilusad meigid! Tahtsin küsida TKB saatekulu kohta. Kas see on tõesti 12 USD? Kuidagi paljuvõitu ainut testrite eest.Eriti uusi käibemaksu lisandusi arvestades.

Siilike said...

TKB tester on väga suur, see pole valmis lauvärv - see on pooltoode, vilgusegu, mida tuleks tegelikult veel muu kraamiga segada - aga jah, mul vist oli shipping isegi 14 USD seekord. Nad kasutavad kallimat shippingut ja pakk tuleb reeglina vähem kui 10 päevaga kohale. Mul vedas väga, et pakk eelmisel aastal kenasti kohale jõudis, käibemaksu poleks tahtnud küll maksta.
:S