MAC paint pot in Constructivist is one of their cream shadows that I missed terribly. The one used here was just recently purchased a couple of months ago and I’m glad I repurchased it. My old one dried up after a little more than 2 years, and truth be told, I’d gladly buy this again after it dries out 2 years later. It’s a beautiful dark rusty brown that just looks good. It serves as a dark base as well and it doesn’t crease on my unprimed lids. For this FOTD, I layered a powder shadow on top, and it’s Clinique’s Lid Pop in Cocoa Pop. I also used this on my lower lash line for a subtle haze.
I’ve always loved pairing brown eyes with pink cheeks and lips. Of course, I could have paired it with something warm as well, but I wanted to use the beautiful pink Dior My Lady blush. Before applying the blush on the apple of my cheeks, I first warmed up my face with the Dior bronzer. This ties the look together and gives more dimension to my face which looked a little pale from the foundation. Bobbi Brown’s art stick in Dusty Pink, a warm pink which looks great on yellow and olive skin tone, completes the look.
What do you think? I hope you enjoyed today’s look!