FOTD: Pink and Purple Spring Look

I’ve been having so much fun playing with the new Silk Naturals colors! Here’s another springy look I did today.

What I used:

Eyes: Urban Decay Original Primer Potion, Silk Naturals Pink Lemonade (eyelid), Silk Naturals Wired (crease), Silk Naturals Juiced (highlight), Maybelline Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner (upper lash line), Urban Decay Asphyxia 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil (lower lash line), Urban Decay Skyscraper Multi-Benefit Mascara, and Make Up For Ever Waterproof Eyebrow Corrector.

Face: Korres Vitamin E Face Primer, MAC Pro Longwear Foundation, MAC Pro Longwear Concealer (undereyes), Everyday Minerals Tea Time (contour), and Silk Naturals Sorbet (cheeks).

Lips: Silk Naturals Azalea Butter Cream, Silk Naturals Shrieking Violet Liquid Gloss

About Jen

A self-confessed beauty addict, makeup hoarder, nail polish junkie, beauty blogger, and a proud mom of three beautiful girls.

12 comments on “FOTD: Pink and Purple Spring Look

  1. @Painting Tips and Tricks: Thanks, Daniel!

    @Anna: Thanks for the suggestion! I'll try that sometime. 🙂

    @Ki: I know. I just love their Spring 2011 collection!

    @Beauty's Bad Habit: Thanks! My skin has cleared up a lot since I started using Clarisonic. It's far from perfect, but my foundation helps a bit to even out my skin tone.

    @YellowJade: Yay! Let us know what you end up getting. I really like Azalea because you can apply just a little bit for a subtle pink or build it up for a bolder pink.

  2. I just HAD to get pink lemonade, surge and sweet tea from the new collection. I also got 3 lipsticks : ingeue, aria and zinnia, and a perfecting powder…plus some blush samples 😀 Can't wait to get them! I'm so so in love with SN…

  3. Wow you look stunning! I came across your blog on the SN forum and have come to beg you to share your secrets of such awesome fotd photography! I can't seem to get it so right myself. =(

  4. @YellowJade: Sounds like a great haul!

    @Kahani: Thank you! Glad you found my blog. I usually just stand near a window for a softer natural light. I take lots of photos then delete the ones that didn’t work out. I rarely use flash, but when I do, I layer a tissue over it to avoid overexposed photos. And for closeups, I use the macro mode. Hope that helps! 🙂

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