Tuesday, 22 July 2014

100 Looks in 100 days - Days 97, 98 & 99

It's time for the penultimate 100 looks in 100 days post. Who knew that the elf 100pc marble eyeshadow palette could be do versatile. 



I'm a massive gold leaf fan and if it was acceptable to parade around in it daily, then I probably would. I think it's so pretty and versatile and makes such an impact and yet is so easy to use. 

Day 97 - Black & Gold 


For this look I used a primer to get the black to show up darker and used a brush to paint a mask like effect. I finished the look off with gold leaf on the lips and in touches along the mask. 

Day 98 - Gold Dust 


This look is very ethereal with a pop of colour. I went for colour G8 applied with the elf blush brush and added F6 to the outer corners of my eyes. I finished the look off with a gradient of gold leaf edging down the face. Simple and yet effective. 

Day 99 - Golden Eye 


Forget shaping your brows, sweep C9 across your lids (which I think may be my most used colour) and apply the gold leaf as contrast along the upper eye area covering the brows.

I thought as it was the penultimate look it was only right to cover it all in gold! 

What do you think? Would you use gold leaf in your makeup? Doesn't it make a beautiful pairing with the palette colours. 

The FINAL 100 looks post will go live on Thursday and hopefully you're in for a treat!! 


Until Next Time 

B x 


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  1. Absolutely love these looks. I'm such a fan of gold leaf too; it always looks to pretty!
    Lizzie x
    http://lizziekessell.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Again, like all the other looks, gorgeous. You are very talented hun! I look forward to seeing your Unicorn look on Thursday ;) aha! xx

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    1. Shhh don't give the final look away ;) thanks lovely :D xxx

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