Wednesday, January 18, 2012

EOTD: Black and White with Sugarpill

Ofcourse, I really wanted to try out my new Sugarpill eyeshadows, and I decided to do a look with just Tako and Bulletproof.

Unfortunately, my lens was dirty or something, so not all pics are clear and/or focused. I didn't notice untill after I put the pics on my computer.  But I liked the look because it was different, so I still wanted to show you.

I applied Tako all over my moving eyelid. I was really impressed with the white, because most whites I own tend to be a bit see-through. Not Sugarpills Tako tough! I only needed a little for my whole eye.

Then I used Bulletproof to make a cut crease and blended it out towards my eyebrows.

I used a little bit of Tako as eyeliner above my lashes, and also a bit below my eyes.

It's a fairly simple EOTD, but I really liked the effect!

I was wearing a black top with a black knitted bolero. Black leggings, black combatboots, black and white plaited skirt and a black and white scarf in my hair.

Because I wanted to add some colour to my face, I used Sleek's Cranberry on my lips. I love this matte cranberry red colour!
I also used a little bit of the Fenberry blush on my cheeks. Both are from the Limited Edition The Cranberry Collection.
Other prodcuts used:
Essence Crystalliced liquid highlighter (LE) on my cheekbones
Inglot concealer on the wings of my nose.


  1. Ahhhh, lovely! I'm pretty sure that's gonna be my next major shadow purchase, I've also been looking for a good opaque white. :D

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    1. Thanx! I never really did something like this before, and I kinda like it :)

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    1. Het is echt een hele simpele look, maar was zelf ook blij verrast met het resultaat. :)

  4. Your eyebrows look AMAZING!! what do you use on them? whats your secret? this look is awesome by the way. . . :)

    1. I only use a Gosh eyebrowpencil in Soft Black and a slanted brush....and a lot of patience, hahaha. Nowadays, I dab a bit of finishing powder on them, so they look a little less black and drawn on, it makes them a bit softer.
      I have eyebrow issues, so Im always looking for different shapes and colours, but this seems to fit my skin and hair the most....for now. :)