I decided to do another peacock look, but wanted to go for a different style than normal. I started out by applying my Too Faced Shadow Insurance. Then with a fluffy brush I applied UD Verve widely in the crease/lower browbone. I used UD Darkhorse tightly in the lower crease with a pencil brush. I then blended the crease with a blender brush. On the outer half of the lid, towards the center, I took a tiny lid brush and applied UD Painkiller. On the outer corner of the lid with an angled eye shadow brush I applied UD Flash in a triangle shape, leaving a slight gap between Flash and Painkiller. I then applied UD Mildew inbetween Flash & Painkiller with another small lid brush and blended the edges a bit. Next I applied Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy to the inner half of the lid. I waited for it to get slightly tacky, then I applied Too Faced Nude Beam. I used UD liquid liner in Perversion along the upper lash line. Then I did my brows with the Revlon 104 Dark Blonde pencil. Finally, I used a small ecotools smudge brush to put MAC Vellum under the eyebrows and at the inner corners of the eye. I then used UD 24/7 pencil in Perversion along the outer 3/4 of the lower lash line, and 24/7 Midnight Cowboy along the inner 1/4. I topped off my lashes with a coat of Cover Girl Lash Blast Volume Mascara, then Flirt! It Curls Mascara.
I’m still learning the new camera, so the full face shots didn’t turn out that well.
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Urban Decay Verve – widely in crease/lower browbone
Urban Decay Darkhorse – tightly in lower crease
Urban Decay Painkiller – tiny stripe on the outer half of the lid
Urban Decay Mildew – tiny stripe next to Painkiller on the outer side
Urban Decay Flash – outer corner of lid
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy – inner 1/2 of lid
Too Faced Nude Beam – inner 1/2 of lid
MAC Vellum – inner corners of eye and under eybrows to highlight
Urban Decay Liquid liner in Perversion – upper lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Perversion – outer 3/4 of lower lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Midnight Cowboy – inner lower lash line
Revlon 104 Dark Blonde brow pencil
Cover Girl Lash Blast Volume Mascara
Flirt! It Curls Mascara
Smashbox Photo Finish Primer mixed with L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Concealer in Warm Fair Light – under eyes
Aromaleigh Ultra Resolution Finishing Powder in Clear – under eyes
Smashbox Photo Finish Primer – face
Too Faced Amazing Face Liquid Foundation in Vanilla Creme
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Light – just a bit on top of the blush to blend it out
MAC Glimmershimmer in Shock & Shine – as a base for blush
Urban Decay Blush in Score – blush
MAC Glimmershimmer in Astral Rays – as highlighter
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Medium Dark – to contour
Nyx lipliner in Pinky
MAC Lipstick in Insanely It
Tags: FOTD, Neutral Look, Peacock Look, Too Faced, Urban Decay
I do like the nude peacock. It is def more subdue that your usual looks. However, it still has enough pop to make it interesting.
How fun to get a new camera!
Now I just need to learn the new camera!
This is a perfect peacock for people who work in the “normal” world…fun but still office safe! Beautiful!
Thank you <3
You have really pretty eyes; especially shapewise. I also like the twist you put on the peacock: almost like peacock with a twist of peahen, too.
Thank you! I didn’t even think about how the peahen is more subdued by comparison.
That is just so pretty! I love the way the peacock brights play so well with the metallic neutrals! Gives me some interesting ideas to try out with my Silk Naturals shadows. Thank you!,
You’re welcome Laurie!
I love it!
This is gorgeous!!!
I love that hint of purple in the outer corner!
Great eye makeup, love those colours. I love the pink in your hair too it works so well.
LOVE THIS! Verve and Darkhorse are awesome, and I love a great cool-toned neutral with a bit of colour type of look!
oooh pretty colours! Also im really loving you hair with the bright pink flash.
I really like the colour placement on this! I’m just learning about where and how to place colours on my eyes this might be a good way for me to introducce a bit of colour into my neutral work looks… Hmmm…
Definitely give it a whirl! You can choose to do just one color too, instead of several