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See how I look like my face was deep fried… MAC Studio tech foundation was not made for oily skin

This is one of those color combos that leave me staring at my eyes all day like “nice… I really like this one”. I tried MAC’s burnt burgundy pigment for the first time and I’m definitely loving it. Here’s the break down for this look.

I’m wearing All Mat matifying base  from Make Up Forever followed with studio tech foundation in N50 from MAC, set with translucent loose powder in Dark from Sleek Make up. I just got the studio tech foundation and like I mentioned in my last post it is not suitable for oily skin (see shiny evidence in the pictures). Here I am wearing a matifying primer that would usually leave me oil free for at least half of the day but here the oil was out after a couple of hours.

Forgive the fake smile

My brows are filled in with the brown brow pencil, on my brow bone I have on hide it concealer in No 3 set with superior pressed powder in biscuit all from Sleek.

On my eyelids I started with Urban decay eyeshadow primer potion, followed with a cream base(I actually used cocoa lipstick from sleek for this). On that I have on maximum impact eyeshadow from Sleek in sparkle in the inner 2/3 of my lid (this product may have been discontinued), followed with burnt burgundy from MAC (I am soo loving this right now)
Black liquid liner from  to line my upper eyelid and Sleek twist up eyeliner in midnight on my waterline and L’Oreal Telescopic Explosion Mascara on my lashes.

I lined my lips with deep cherry twist up lip liner and filled with  and sexy raspberry fruit glaze lip gloss and high shine lipgloss in Angel’s delight  all from Sleek Make up

Till next time,

Ciao Chicas



  • My Beauty Blog
    Posted April 16, 2010 at 3:28 PM

    Thanks for the comment on my blog! 🙂 I have to say that I love this look, especially you lips – the way they blend. So pretty.

  • Stella
    Posted April 17, 2010 at 1:05 AM

    Thanks to you too and you are welcome!

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