Glossed Bloom

by 6.3.19

Doesn't this look feels like spring? I am ready for spring, winter move over!

Do you remember the days where I wore bright pink eyeshadow onstage? Must have been 10 years ago! Time flies! Reds, oranges and pinks were always one of my favorite bright colors to make my blue eyes pop.

One of my favourite pink eyeshadows was 'Bright Fuchsia', a pigment from Mac Cosmetics (very messy to work with). I still have it and even though I haven't used it in a while, I can't seem to part ways with it. 
Back in the day (yes, I know I sound like a grandma), MAC had bigger and more travel friendly packaging for their pigments. You would get 7,5 gram compared to the 4,5 grams you get nowadays.
I will probably never finish this pigment and can pass it on to my great grand children ;)

The color on my lids is from Natasha Denona's new palette called 'Bloom', a gorgeous blush and glow palette. At first when I started playing with it, I started with the softer shades, but when I swatched the cream blush shade, I felt the urge to put it all over my eyes. The texture is insane. It is not like a greasy cream blush, more like a cream to powder with a cool touch. The texture reminds me a bit of the Color pop eyeshadows.

I topped my eye look off with Linda Hallberg Cosmetics 'Infinity Glass', which is a holy grail product for me. Glossy, but not tacky. I love a good multi purpose products and the Infinity Glass definitely is all of that. 

I exchanged my pajamas for a pink dress and then the whole look was complete. 
On my lips I am wearing MAC COSMETICS Half n' Half. 

I couldn't resist swatching these colors. My camera wasn't fast enough ;) 

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