Wednesday, 6 January 2016

EOTD: Kat Von D Orange & Blue...

I've been having a little break from creating eye looks for almost three weeks, in fact tomorrow will be only the second day that I'll be putting on a proper full face of slap since I've been on holidays - unbelievable! Also taking the opportunity to give my lashes a chance to breathe without a five layer coating of waterproof mascara, and they're showing they're gratitude by not falling out quite so frequently But I have a few EOTDs stashed away for a rainy day post, like this one...


Used my favourite pan from the Kat Von D Monarch palette (burnt orange Wrath), and also one I love from the other KVD palette that I've had under wraps (and will review shortly) - Chrysalis. This gorgeous blue is called Entombed. Beats me how they come up with these names, but it's a beauty - deep navy shimmer with tiny bright blue sparkles in it. My base for both was essence white kajal, and my waterline is the fabulous Lazuli Blue Eye of Horus Goddess Pencil, which turned out to be a perfect match 


For my face I chose DB Cosmetics Longwear 24 Hour Foundation, Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Stick in Coral Sheen, and I added a little Hourglass Ambient powder in Luminous Bronze Light for a wee bit of a bronze glow. Lips were and old friend, Revlon Bronze Beauty...


Well I don't know quite what's happened to Summer here in Sydney - hopefully she'll come back this weekend so I can peel off my socks and go barefoot again!

Take care of you,
kats xxx

6 comments:

  1. I love that touch of burnt orange, & I've been loving the cooler weather in Sydney! Summer kills me, I've been wearing my gumboots & going out in the rain just for the hell of it. I just love it! Ha ha!

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    1. Dear neurotic, you are a hoot - it's good to know someone is enjoying this unseasonal weather! I don't mind the temperature drop so much, but the rain has definitely curtailed my gardening activities - getting wet isn't the issue, it's the slippery ground that bothers me, especially with all the steep slopes around here. But the plants are having a great time of it ♥

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  2. pretty colours! love these shades on you http://maybemayhemmakeup.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Thank you hon - I rarely used to wear orangey shades, but I'm embracing them big time now ♥

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  3. Really like this colour combo, Kat. Oh, and that lipstick is stunning! xx

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    1. Thanks treasure - you know I love experimenting with different hue pairings, and the lipstick has been one of my favourites for years and years ♥♥♥

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