Monday, March 28, 2011

High Shine Vapor and Pond

I haven't used Pond in ages. I think this week I am going to try to use my Buxom stay there shadows and colours I haven't used in a long time. Hopefully it will produce some good combinations.

Too Faced Shadow Insurance,
50/50 mix well rested/clear radince all over,
Happy under brow,
Pond lash to crease,
High Shine Vapor lash into crease on outer 1/3ish,
Onyx wet lined on top, HS Vapor dry lined on bottom,
Buxom Mascara

LIPS: Sydney Buxom with Energy Drink gloss over it.


  1. This is great, lovely!

    I noticed you do a mix of well rested and clear radiance as an eyeshadow base......I'm going to have to try this! I like well rested over Prime Time eye brightening primer but sometimes it looks a little chalky. This sounds like a good idea!

  2. I love the wr/cr mix. It really neutralizes the red in my eye lids.

  3. How did you make it so subtle and diffused? I'm still learning how to use my HS VAPOR and it's a bit messy. I love this look. I wish I had Pond. The closest I have is Smoked clay. Will try. Thanks! : )

  4. I only use a tiny amount of the High shine colours. You really only need a few grains. So I tap the sponge over a bowl and then apply the shadow with a brush. If you have HS vapor in the tube it will be much more blue than it is here (I was using the HS vapor that came in the Sephora kit and it is a completely different colour). I also like the crease brush from the Eco Tools eye brush set (it's $7 at Target) for blending out hard to blend out colours.