As I was reminded of World of Warcraft today by a friend who started playing again, I decided to do a Flameshock look. I used Milani, Sugarpill and Urban Decay.


How to achieve the look:
(though I highly recommend a different mascara, the Laura Mercier was CLUMPY on me)

  1. Apply Too Faced Shadow Insurance Lemon Drop.
  2. Apply Flamepoint to inner lid, outer lid and lower crease.
  3. Apply White Lie to the browbone.
  4. Apply Shocking Pink to the crease, blending it in with Flamepoint to create a coral shade.
  5. Blend some more.
  6. With a damp brush, apply Freelove to the center of the lid.
  7. Apply White Lie to the inner v.
  8. Apply Metallic Matte 16 to the lower lash line, outer v and outer crease.
  9. Apply Shocking Pink to the inner lower lash line.
  10. Apply Make Up For Ever 11 Diamond Burgundy to the upper lash line.
  11. Use Nyx White liner on the lower waterline.
  12. Apply mascara (not the Laura Mercier one I used! Ick!) and do your brows and you’re good to go.

Eyes:

  • Too Faced Shadow Insurance Lemon Drop
  • Sugarpill Flamepoint – inner lid, outer lid, lower crease
  • Milani Shocking Pink – upper crease and inner lower lash line
  • Urban Decay Freelove – center of upper lid (damp)
  • Milani White Lie – browbone and inner v and inner corner of eye
  • BH Cosmetics Metallic Matte 16 – lower lash line and outer crease
  • Make Up For Ever 11 Diamond Burgundy – upper lash line
  • Nyx retractable White liner – lower waterline
  • Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel in Caramel
  • Smashbox Lash Primer
  • Laura Mercier volumizing mascara
  • LashControl Volumizing mascara

Face:

  • Urban Decay Naked Skin Liquid Foundation in .5
  • Urban Decay Razor Sharp Finishing Powder
  • NARS Sin – blush
  • NARS Hungry Heart – highlight

Lips:

  • Venomous Cosmetics gloss in Lava Pink
  • MAC dazzleglass in Funtabulous

I should have used the Metallic Matte 16 deeper in my crease. While you can’t see it when my eye is open, if I elongate the eye, it isn’t dark enough in the lower crease. It’s too orange.

What do you think of the look?

Oh! Also, Wende from Urban Decay made a video showing how to stipple with the new Naked Skin foundation and it is awesome! I stippled the way she demonstrated in the video and loved the results! I was able to use the foundation to conceal under my eyes with good results. Very pleased!