Dries Van Noten, S/S...ages ago. Nod to the geta to play off the dress' play on origami and qipao? Uh, it was, like, a cultural-appropriation-themed party?
Apologies in advance for quality of all pictures, hastily snapped in the bathroom.
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
Fyrinnae Wake Not the Dead on the lid in a fairly rounded shape and under the eye, orchid-pink base with holographic glitter -- blue, green and gold. At least. :D
RBR Grey Go-Away Lourie in the socket for a cut crease...until I changed my mind and blended it out a bit with Papyrus Canary. Unforgettble Oriole in inner corner.
Shu Uemura Eyelight white pencil on lower waterline
B&C Makemania super fine eyeliner (it sets GREY! do.not.want.)
Eyelure Girls Aloud Cheryl falsies (the old style, not the new -- see here)
KATE eyebrow gel BR-3
more evenly lit angle, but even more derp.
Suqqu Makeup Base Creamy
Graftobian HD Glamour Creme Lady Fair -- bit pale for me at the moment but not too obvious at night-time. No need for concealing, I even look less freckly!
Chanel Rouge Allure Laque Dragon
Overall effect, or as much as I could capture in the bathroom mirror. It would've been nice if I'd left time to do my nails... neon orange perhaps. ;)
Things wot I learned
1. Falsies + uneven eyes = eyes that look even more uneven. Even. After spending last year mastering application... sigh. Also, heavy. Also, needs balancing on the lower lashline.
2. Strong eyes and strong lips = needs more contouring.
3. Clothes shopping when on a makeup diet = bad plan.
More lessons / constructive criticism would be very welcome! Save me from myself etc.