Monday, March 5, 2012

Sugarpills Before Rock Bottom


Before I left for Chicago in early February, I hung out with Christine and did her makeup again! We got ready at her house before we made our way down to Bethesda's Rock Bottom Brewery. Plus, this time we took pics! There were more photos, but a lot didn't have proper focus, and I'm sad to say that these aren't the best in terms of lighting and camera calibration either. But in the end, I still like the makeup I did for Christine and was proud of myself--it was a good learning experience!

Christine's outfit for the night

Hanging out with Christine is always nice because she's so girly and has an insane amount of clothes and accessories. It makes me want to be more girly and pretty up before we go out too. I do feel that we should work on shooting looks during the day, and not take pictures in the bathroom even if it does have the best light we can find. ^.^;

camwhoring together! +1
I think I look better slightly blurry
cheeeese!

I forget what blushes and mascaras I used, but everything else I could remember is listed below!

Products used:
  • Urban Decay Naked Palette (brows and inner corners)
  • Sugarpill Chromalusts
  • Urban Decay Eyeliner in Bourbon (lower lashline)
  • NYX False Eyelashes in Ambition 150
  • Guerlain Parure de Nuit Pressed Powder & Blush (cheek highlight)
  • Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter in Lollipop

The lighting in selcas of myself look warmer because I took them at home and not at Christine's, whose lighting is more white balanced and cool-toned. 


Products used: 
  • NARS Pro-Prime Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base
  • OCC Loose Colour in Platonic (inner corners)
  • Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadows
    • Dollipop
    • Afterparty
  • Urban Decay Eyeliner in Zero
  • LORAC Front of the Line Pro Eyeliner in Black
  • Urban Decay Eyeliner in Binge (lower lashline)
  • Guerlain Parure de Nuit Pressed Powder & Blush (cheek highlight)
  • Guerlain Rouge Automatique Lipstick in Nahema 143


Sorry I put these up so late, Christine! ..and I need to work on improving my photography.

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