Maybelline Define A Brow in Dark Blonde
MAC Blackberry all over the lid (#6)
MAC Seedy Pearl as a highlight (#7)
MAC Fluidline Eyeliner on the top lash line
L'Oreal Infallible Eyeliner on the waterline
L'Oreal Extra Volume Collagen Mascara
Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation in 51
MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NW15
Rimmel Blush in Berry (#1)
MAC Harmony Blush as a contour (#3)
MAC Veronica's Blush as a highlight (#2)
MAC Lipstick in Beauty (#4)
Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss in Radiant (#5)
I love a traditional smokey eye but silver and black eyeshadow just doesn't suit my colouring. Since I'm so fair I always like to inject some colour into my makeup so I like to use colours for smokey eyes. Last weekend my mum needed help picking out new makeup at MAC and since I'm spoiled she let me pick out a few things. I choose Blackberry and Seedy Pearl eyeshadows as they stood out the most to me.
Blackerry is a matte shade and is super pigmented. Despite it's name it's not very dark so it's suitable for both a lid colour and a crease colour for fair skin. Seedy Pearl is a frost finish and is admittedly not very pigmented but it is easy to build up. I imagine these eyeshadows would look great under a black base but alone they're perfect and subtle for everyday wear.