I love the shades she chose, and even if I was a bit hesitant of the lip colour, it really does work with my colouring and the eyes. The artist used a marble eyeshadow called Giallo Damasco (which I for the life of me cannot locate on their site, sorry!). It was a pressed shadow with shades of green and turquoise. Everything except the liner on my lower lashline and the colour wash on top of the lid going all the way to my brows is from that one pressed shadow! I think she did a perfect job with the flicks on the outer edges of my eyes, I always paint them too low myself and end up looking tired. She also showed me a few nifty tricks on how to reproduce the effect by using a pencil as a guide or a piece of paper.
|The gradient effect on the lower lid looks so cool! The blue based turquoise is a soft liner pencil, it's sealed with eyeshadow that then blended a bit lower than the pencil.|
schedules of when make-up artists visit stores here, go and have a look done, it sure was worth it!