Monday, September 12, 2011

EOTD 09.11.11 Phantom Pegasus

Good News Everyone!

A new EOTD! Featuring the sparkly goodness that I recently purchased at Black Rose Minerals. Oh yes. They are proving to be quite good indeed. :D I'm having a blasty blast playing with all these new colors I have. I'm hoping to have a review and swatches coming up for you guys very soon. I can say this.. If you are ordering from BRM in the near future.. don't hesitate to snag Confused!  It is absolutely beautiful! It's so sparkly it looks like there are crushed diamonds in there, and somehow each one of those sparklies catch the different colors in your eye color and just make it POP! As hard as it was to pick, I think it's my favorite! Enough about that, because this post has nothing to do with Confused! :D Here is the look I wore today.

What I used:
2FSI - Primer
NYX Jumbo Pencil: Milk - white base (over lid only)
Black Rose Minerals: Phantom - All over lid and under lower lash line
Black Rose Minerals: Pegasus - Crease
Black Rose Minerals: Stardust - Over Phantom on lid only
Maybelline Expert Eyes Quad: Urban Scene (White matte from top right) - Highlight
ELF Liquid Eyeliner: Stardust - lower lash liner
Rimmel Sexy Curves Mascara: on my Lashes yah dingus! >.0
ELF Super Glossy Lip Shine: Angel - Lips ( BTW.. I love this color! I wear it all the time just for the clear glittery awesomeness it has. It makes my lips shiny and sparkly without any pigmentation. The smell is a little overwhelming (like berries) sometimes though)

On with the show!

Stardust Glitter - "Can ya see me now? .....good."

So who else out there wishes that glitter would show up like it does in real life, on photos? :D Anyone have any photography tricks they'd like to share with me on how to get it to show up better? Thanks for taking a peak you wonderful, beauties, you! Talk to you soon!


  1. I hate how glitter only shows up in blurry pics! The glitter in your eyeshadow is GORGEOUS!!!!! Sometimes, when I'm trying to get glitter to show up I take the picture in the dark. This kind of works sometimes but I'm sure there's an ACTUAL photography technique to do this.