Looks: Green Blue Sea

Hey ladies,

today I want to show you a green and blue look I did a few days ago using two of my favourite Sleek products: the Acid palette and their eyeshadow pigment in Jet Set. Here it is:




Products used:
– Urban Decay Primer Potion
– Barry M Dazzle Dust #15 Aqua
– Sleek Eye Dust Pigment in Jet Set
– Sleek Acid palette (blue)
– Barry M Dazzle Dust #65 green iridescent
– Sleek Original palette (green)
– L’Oreal Telescopic Explosion mascara

Apply Urban Decay Primer Potion all over lid as a base.
Apply an aqua shade (I used Bary M Dazzle Dust #15 aqua) on the crease.
Using MAC 219 pencil brush apply a light green shade ( I used Sleek pigment in Jet Set) on the crease, just above the lid but under the aqua shade you just applied. Blend the colors together.
With an eyeshadow brush, sweep a blue shade (I used the darker blue in the Sleek Acid palette) on the lid and wing the color out a bit. Using MAC 219 pencil brush apply the same color on the lower lashline.
Darken the outer corner using a darker shade of green.
Apply a sheer white shade (I used Bary M Dazzle Dust #65 in green iridescent) on the browbone to highlight.
Finish off with mascara.

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  1. beautifulwithbrains says

    Dao: thanks! This is one of my fave combos, the colors go so well together.

    Connie: thanks you! I think you’re right about the eyeliner, it would probably make it look better :) I should start wearing it more often too.

  2. beautifulwithbrains says

    Anastacia: glad you like it :)

    Halifax: you’re welcome. I love Sleek pigments. The color I have is a light green but the color payoff is really good. It’s also very easy to blend.

    Vonvon: thanks. Can’t wait to see your look :)


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