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Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Deep End ($38 CAD for 1.5g)
Deep End is a teal green with a very shimmery finish. NARS Dual-Intensity eyeshadows are designed to be used wet or dry depending if you want a sheer wash of color or intense pigmentation, the color is sheer but buildable.
I usually prefer an highly pigmented formula especially when it comes to blue and green eyeshadows, so I always use this shade wet! It's a beautiful color and it has a very shiny finish, almost metallic.
Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Pool Shark ($38 CAD for 1.5g)
Pool Shark is a sparkly periwinkle with an iridescent pink sheen. This is such a pretty and unique shade! The Dual-Intensity eyeshadows are a bit dry to the touch, but they don't look chalky or powdery on the skin and they are easy to blend.
I like to apply this color all over the lid with my fingers, then I add some black mascara and falsies. Can't get easier than that!
I'm wearing NARS Dual-Intensity Blush in Liberation, MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipstick in Quite The Standout and Clarins Everlasting Foundation.
Dual-Intensity Blush in Liberation ($58 CAD for 6g)
This blush contains 2 colors : a light peachy pink and a warm pinky brown. Both shades have a beautiful luminous finish without any glitters and they are easy to blend. They are sheer but buildable, although the light pink will look best on light to medium skin tones as it might not show up on darker complexions.
The lighter shade is quite subtle on me (medium skin tone, NC30) so I like to swirl both shades together and apply it on my cheeks. I apply the darker shade everywhere the sun would naturally hit my face (forehead, cheeks, chin, nose).
It's pretty, isn't it? I love it!
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