Look: Sugarsweet Inspiration

Inspired by a very bright and colorful by Temptalia, I tried to re-create it. Didn’t come out quite the same, but part of my problem was that I accidentally used Gorgeous Gold instead of Goldmine (too early in the morning I guess). It still came out ok, but I think I need to back off the pinks and purples a little. So I’ll be looking for some non-pink inspirations next. :-)

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Oh, and I recently discovered Make-Up Alley FOTD board. AWESOME (Thanks Lynn!!!)! I posted my first look there – the Platinum Peacock one. *Edit* I’ve been posting one per day…gotta get on that watermarking so I can maybe get some more traffic over here. People seemed to like it! I posted under hkaruza but I think I’ll typically post under coloruza in a few weeks. :-)

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For this look I used:

  • Eyes: UDPPS (primer), Fresco Rose PP (base), Gorgeous Gold + Goldmine (inner lid), Dear Cupcake (middle lid), Stars ‘N Rockets (outer & upper lid & over crease color), Shadowy Lady (crease), Femme-Fi (highlight), UD 24/7 Ransom (lower lashline & waterline), Fab Orchid (upper lashline), Chanel Exceptionnel mascara
  • Cheeks: Moon River Blush Duo
  • Lips: Lollipop Loving l/s + Chanel Tangerine Dream Aqualumier l/g

See more pictures!

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4 Responses to “Look: Sugarsweet Inspiration”

  1. Denny Says:
    March 29th, 2009 at 9:31 AM

    As usual, beautiful. It is really easy to get caught up using the same pink, purple, and browns. lol I look forward to the next great look you show.

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    Heather Reply:

    I agree…man I feel like I’ve been using pink everyday. Gotta get out some different colors :-)

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  2. Rachael Says:
    March 29th, 2009 at 11:03 AM

    I think this looks pretty close to Christine’s look, the only difference that I see (other than not using Goldmine), is that her Stars ‘N Rockets looks a little darker on her outer lid and outer crease, yours is a little softer. Nice job! I often try to recreate Christine’s looks, and I can never succeed like she does lol.

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    Heather Reply:

    Yeah – I didn’t know what it was that I couldn’t get right – so thanks for the tips! I copied a black and gold one that I recreated from her and I think it came out better. I’ll post that soon!

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