Sunday, September 9, 2012

Wing it out with Sugarpill

Today I opted for a more colorful look using one of my great loves, Sugarpill. Poison Plum and Stella are two of my favorites. For this look I used just Tako (a white) and Poison Plum (purple) to create a purple fade, and used Stella (amazing black with RAINBOW SPARKLES COULD IT BE MORE BEAUTIFUL I THINK NOT) to create a wing both in my crease and upper lashline :)

Of course I had to try it with a black lip, I think it looks awesome! Make Up For Ever Rouge Artiste Intense in 50.

Yes these are the same brows. No I don't know why my flash despises them ;__;.
Products used are pictured below. More pictures and details after the jump!

Below is a better look at Stella, out of focus so you can see the sparkles (yayyyy). Though the photos of my look don't really show that much glitter, it's definitely there irl!

Awww yeah. Check that out.
A few more pictures of the look because I just can't help myself. I like this look both with and without glasses. Below I am wearing MAC Pro Longwear Lipcolour in For Keeps.

Looks really cool with black contacts! Even without lashes :D. Click to enlarge ^_^.

I knew it wasn't going to be too long before whipping out the black~
Mmmm. MUFE #50 in all its glossy glory <3

Hopefully you can get a good idea of the shape. It was surprisingly easy to do!

Products used;

Cheapie Daiso lashes, Inglot Duraline (<33), Sugarpill Stella Chromalust, Inglot AMC gel liner #77. MUFE Aqua Eyes 0L, NYX jumbo pencil in Milk, MAC Superslick liquid eye liner in On The Hunt, Chanel Exceptionnel #10 sample, Sugarpill palettes in Burning Heart (used Poison Plum) and Sweet Heart (used Tako), Urban Decay Primer Potion sample.

Not pictured because my memory sucks: NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder in Black/Grey.

I used UDPP and Milk in my inner corner, all over my lid and a bit under my brow. I applied Tako in my inner corner and over the inner half of my lid. Poison plum I winged out as you can see, and blended it in about halfway across my lid. I patted more Tako on top of this to create an even gradient.

For the crease-wing thing I carefully applied the general shape with Superslick liner in a thin line so it was easier to follow, then Stella first wet with Duraline on top, then dry Stella on top of that to blend out. The liner made it easy to get a sharp inner point/outer flick also! Did the same method on my upper lashline. More Tako to blend Stella in my crease, Tako on the inner half of my lower lashline, and Tako on my browbone. Yay Tako! A bit more Stella on the outer half of my lower lashline, some mascara and falsies and you are DONE.

Brows were the grey color applied on top of brow hairs coated in Milk :)


  1. Looks absolutely gorgeous! I much prefer the version with the black lips! :)

    1. Wah! Thank you! I love a black lip ^_^. I was absolutely beaming when I saw that someone had actually left a comment, hahah! <3