Still using some Chanel colors.
Primer: Chanel blue liquid
Dual: Sea Gray/Petal -- soft blue/gray; petal is a soft almost pink peach
Blue in the crease; the pink above the crease, not to the brow
Drylined top and lower: the blue from Chanel Sea Mist (trio)
Pencil lined: Chanel light and dark blue pencil, discontinued but my favorite blue
Brows: La Prairie pencil
Mascara: Arbonne 2 step
Concealer: Arbonne


Makeup the same as yesterday. Except Primer is Arbonne. YSL Blush, used also for bronzer, is # 19. It comes in a pot with a sponge on the top, very easy to apply by dabbing wherever you wish.


Lips: NYX Rhea + MAC Popster lipconditioner, rimmed and a touch on the bottom lip of Beauté Allure.

To buy Arbonne from Bookgirl, if you don't have a representative, go here.


Originally posted 2009-06-17 11:42:53. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Book Girl June 18, 2009 at 11:22 am

You look fabulous! Your skin is amazingly beautiful!

Karin June 18, 2009 at 10:30 pm

Thank you, darlin’! My skin is getting better by the day, and it was good to begin with. It’s sort of amazing, really.

Miranda June 19, 2009 at 10:28 am

regarding color application…I notice your eyes are partially hooded like mine are. I found these application instructions for hooded eyes on the Mary Kay web site.

They have techniques for other eye shapes too of course; I’m going back to look at the rest of them.

What do you think? Give it a try? I’m going to.

Karin June 19, 2009 at 1:54 pm

Thanks, Miranda.

That is pretty much what I do. I have to create a crease, because I do not have one. I also have plenty of space from the bottom of my brows to my lash line. If someone has less space, they would have to place the crease differently, perhaps. I like to bring the depth of color out to my outer corners. The exception is the summer color set from MK. I used the directions in their Look Book and placed the brown, I think it was, in my inner corner. It worked very well.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: