Dior’s Irridescent quint shadow palettes are so beautiful to look at. Their textures are velvety and usually the color pay off is descent. I’d like it to be more, but I think the shadows themselves are just light in color overall. So I did a look using Dior’s Earth Reflection palette. It’s great for soft neutral looks! For me, the color was kinda boring brown, so I tried my best to make my eyes pop with the teal liner on the waterline.
For this look I used:
- Eyes: UDPP (primer), Painterly Paint Pot (base), Dior quint in Earth Reflection, Mystery Kohl Power (upper lashline), UD 24/7 liner in Electric & Covet (layered), BE Buxom Lash mascara
- Cheeks: Enough Said Beauty Powder Blush
- Lips: Chanel Rose Rebelle
I’m in love with the lip color itself (a new lipstick). It’s from Chanel’s new Bohemian Fantasy collection. Normally I don’t go for the more mid-tone pinks, but this one has a frost to it that really makes it beautiful. I wasn’t too crazy about pairing this lip with this look, so later in the day I went with a different CK color instead.
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6 Responses to “Look: Dior Quint in Earth Reflection”
January 24th, 2009 at 9:15 AM
Hey makeup mentor! This eye shadow look one isn’t one of my favs. Your skin is so good at holding a lot of color – it seems too neutral for you. The eye liner gives it a nice touch though!
How Springs Intensify Eye Colour : 12 Blueprints Says:
June 29th, 2010 at 1:12 PM
[...] Here, in clearer colors, showing also the Dior 5-shadow Earth Reflections. [...]
Fletcher Gann Says:
August 8th, 2010 at 12:30 AM
Wonderful blog! I truly love how it’s uncomplicated on my eyes and the details is well written. I am wondering how I can be notified whenever a new post has been made. I have subscribed to your rss feed which should do the trick! Have a nice day!
December 26th, 2010 at 11:21 AM
i love your blog!<3 i was wondering if you think i should get painterly paint pot. i have too faced shadow insurance..but you can see the veins on my eyes. should i just use concealer?