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Laura McIntyre (née Ford) is off-line
03 January 2011 14:50
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I came across this picture (I mean the top image with the green and yellow eye) and I love the slick-looking eye make-up but I'm not sure what sort it is. I would love to get some to try out. Can someone tell me what kind of make-up this shiny stuff is exactly so I can look for some to buy? Or is it something simple like an application of gloss on top of normal eyeshadow? Thanks in advance.


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Fizzy is off-line
03 January 2011 15:02
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I hope someone knows. I have to have some of that glittery pink stuff, have to.

Maybe bodypaint applied with a small brush? That's usually very highly pigmented.
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03 January 2011 15:04
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A good MUA


Fizzy is off-line
03 January 2011 15:07
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This is also true!

I think some of Illamasqua's Pure Pigments come in non-matte styles:
http://www.illamasqua.com/
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Laura McIntyre (née Ford) is off-line
03 January 2011 15:26
Purple_Girl
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Alas I can't afford one Mimi, lol. Plus I really enjoy messing about with make-up myself.

Fizzy, I think I'll have a wee play about with body paint and gloss to see if I can create something similar. If it goes awry, it's easily washed off, lol.
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Jim Gormley is off-line
03 January 2011 15:53
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try  www.limecrimemakeup.com            when you get some your welcome to come to my Studio, i think it looks brilliant.
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Darrin Henry Photography is off-lineSilver Member
03 January 2011 17:00
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My wife who is a MUA tells me that you can view a tutorial on Youtube with this link.  It is a brilliant look, happy experimenting!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1VgnQslxmQ

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Tathiel is off-line
03 January 2011 17:28
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Quote from Truedefinition
try  www.limecrimemakeup.com            when you get some your welcome to come to my Studio, i think it looks brilliant.



Can deffinently recommend these guys - I use limecrime myself although I only have a couple of colours.

These are some examples of what i've managed to create with Limecrime make-up (you do need a good primer though - urban decay is the best)







Paul thomas Ford is off-lineSilver Member
03 January 2011 17:29
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never mind the makeup those eyebrows are perfect.


Laura McIntyre (née Ford) is off-line
03 January 2011 17:33
Purple_Girl
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Thanks Jim, I never travel that far alas but thanks, some good stuff on that site!

Very nice make-up Tathiel, love the third pic.

Thanks for the vid link Darrin, will watch that now.

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