Sunday, 5 April 2015

EOTD: Urban Decay Fishnet and Ransom...

For my first April EOTD, I decided to go with something soft and pretty, and perhaps not typically Autumnal, but that's me - I rarely stick by the rules as far as make up trends are concerned. Just as well or I'd probably have never started this blog - mind you I'd have a lot more spare cash in my wallet if I hadn't developed my passion for unusual eye looks (well unusual for my age at any rate), but I wouldn't want to have missed out on all the joy I've experienced with all my experimentation. So here we go with the Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow Box...

While Honey, Graffiti, Zero and Peace are phenomenally pigmented, the potency of (multichrome) Fishnet and Ransom have eluded me thus far. They look stunning in the pan, but do you think I can get their boldness to come out on my eyes? Boo! I've tried every base/primer in my kit, but they always turn out pale and a bit washed out (I probably need a UD primer!). Anyways, they never fail to look as pretty as a picture though  

Essence white kajal was my base, and I took the blue Ransom underneath the lower lashline as well. On the waterline is bhcosmetics Waterproof Eye Crayon in Sapphire...

Went the whole purple hog on this particular day - lips are Revlon Violet Frenzy topped with Maybelline Color Elixir Gloss in Hibiscus Haven, cheeks are the purpley pink from the bhcosmetics 10 Colour Glamorous Blush palette...

Happy Easter to all you gorgeous beauty bunnies 

Take care of you,
kats xxx


  1. Happy Easter, Kat! How beautifully purple you look! That's an excellent use of the palette!

    1. Happy Easter to you too sweetie! Thanks for such a lovely comment hon - you made my day ♥

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    1. Aww treasure you are so kind - it's nice and girly hey ♥

  3. Violet: you're turning violet Violet! OK it's just gone Easter, I had to throw in a Willy Wonky & the Chocolate Factory quote. I love the look of Fishnet in the pan & I'm lusting after that Honey. You said you tried every base, but did you try your Maybelline Kajal Kohl in Lapis? You mentioned you used it as a base once before. I'm loving that pendant too.
    The effects look great, even if they're not true to pan.

    1. Lol neurotic what a giggle you gave me - thanks sweetheart ♥ And well now aren't you the clever gal - no, I DIDN'T try the MNY kajal, next on my list, bless you xxx