LOTD: Blue-Brown Duochrome

19 Jul

Today I finally bit the bullet and used the blue-brown duochrome shadow from Wet ‘n Wild’s Comfort Zone palette. All over. It was glorious. Unfortunately it wouldn’t photograph properly and I ended up standing directly in the sun trying to capture the gorgeous blue glow. Rest assured the duochrome is very obvious, my camera is just being annoying X-(

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Continue reading for a list of products and the tutorial for this look!

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Products used:

– Milani Shadow Eyez Pencil in Brown Deluxe

– Wet ‘n Wild Comfort Zone palette: Blue-brown duochrome (last, definer)

– Wet ‘n Wild Blue Had Me at Hello palette: light blue, bright blue, medium blue

– Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eyeliner

– Covergirl Lashblast Mascara

How-to:

1. Apply primer all over the lid and the lower lashline.

2. Apply a brown base below the crease and blend out with a finger. A brown base will make the duochrome more intense.

3. With a flat eyeshadow brush, pack on the blue-brown shadow all over the lid.

4. Blend the shadow slightly above the crease with a blending brush.

5. With a smudge brush, create a gradient with the blue shadows. Use the lightest blue in the inner corner is a highlight.

6. Apply a thin line of black eyeliner to the upper lashline.

7. Mascara and you’re done!

If you’re considering picking up these palettes, do. They’re fabulous 🙂 Cheers everyone!

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4 Responses to “LOTD: Blue-Brown Duochrome”

  1. bubliibeauty July 20, 2013 at 3:28 am #

    Another great look 🙂 looking pretty 🙂

    • O July 20, 2013 at 8:10 am #

      Thank you!!

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  1. ♥ July Favorites ♥ | Eye Have A Lot of Feelings - August 3, 2013

    […] Wet ‘n Wild Color Icon 8-pan palettes in Comfort Zone and Blue Had Me at Hello. The shadows are gorgeous, soft, pigmented, and just generally amazing. For $5, you can’t beat the quality for the price. I use these almost every day for neutral and colorful looks; both contain highlight shades and dark neutral shadows, so even if you aren’t into using the entire palette for a look, you will still get a ton of use out of them. Comfort Zone has a beautiful blue-brown duochrome that I have been shouting from the rooftops about to anyone and everyone (see it in action in this look). […]

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