FOTD: Periwinkle twinkle

Today I have a more eye centered look for you. It is based around the Inglot Pearl 249 eyeshadow, which is a gorgeous pastel blue with purple undertones, also known as periwinkle (I love that word!). It’s a very simple look again, but it’s foolproof and I think it really makes my brown eyes pop. The fact that my eyes are lined with some heavy black eyeliner definitely helps as well. This is definitely something I would wear to work or anywhere I go really.

It had been ages since I used my Inglot eyeshadow palette. It features mostly pastel colors and some brights, which is perfect for spring & summer but not so much for the winter time. Ever since the sun has been poking its head through I find myself bringing this baby out more and more often though and I’m totally rediscovering the multitude of looks it has in store for me. I can’t wait to create some more.

Products used:

Face: Missha BB cream in no. 13 Bright Beige, Benefit Erase Paste in no. 1 Fair, MAC Mineralized Skinfinish Natural in Medium, MAC Mineralized blush in Solar Ray

Brows: MAC Omega eyeshadow, HEMA clear brow gel.

Eyes: Inglot Freedome system palette: Pearl 429, Matte 239 & Matte 388, The Body Shop eyeshadow no. 13, MAC Blacktrack fluidline eyeliner, Maybelline The Falsies Feather in black

Lips: Revlon Kissable Balm Stain in Cherish Devotion

Close up time!

My eyeliner ended up a lot thicker than I wanted it to be, but I actually think it works. It leaves just a peep of the periwinkle color in my inner corner, while it nicely frames my eyes and opens it up a bit. I also think my lashes look super long in these pictures, so I don’t know what I’ve been doing right, but it must be something. The pink lip adds a bit of a pop of color, but it’s not too bright and I feel it nicely balances out the entire look.

What do you think?

9 responses to “FOTD: Periwinkle twinkle”

  1. Ik vind de dikke eyeliner heel mooi staan, en oh je shirtje ziet er heel gaaf uit voor wat te zien valt!

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