Thursday, August 25, 2011
How I Like to Wear my MAC Sushi Flower Eyeshadow
Tonight I decided to do this little quick blog post on my ways on how I like to wear MAC Sushi Flower eyeshadow. This was my first ever MAC eyeshadow, just because I love pink my whole entire life. I've probably went through 5 pans of this, so I kind of know how to wear it. I also decided to do this blog post since most people are afraid of this color, because it is pink especially for you blue eyes girls. Actually, it is not that bad I also have blue eyes and it doesn't make me look tired at all. You just have to find what is the best ways for you to wear it. One advantage of this eyeshadow if you are a beginner is that it is not that pigmented, so you don't have to worry about overdone it. It is easily building all you need is just a nice base and brush to apply it.
I like to apply this on lid over MAC eyeshadow in "Expensive Pink" and MAC "Satin Taupe" eyeshadow in the crease.
This eyeshadow also looks really great if you put it in on the lid with MAC "Woodwinked" eyeshadow in the crease. As a base if I was going to pair it with Woodwinked. I like to use Urban Decay Primer Potion in "Original" as a base. Since, it kind of have that pinkish peachy tone to it that will be a nice blending color between Sushi Flower and Woodwinked.
You can also put this on the lid with MAC eyeshadow in "Passionate" in the crease.
The fourth way on how I like to this eyeshadow is applying it in the crease with MAC "Ricepaper" eyeshadow on the lid.
Next is pairing it with "Shale" eyeshadow also by MAC in the crease and lower lash line with it on the lid.
Apply MAC "Rubenesque" Paint Pot all over the lid up to brow bone with "Sushi Flower" all over the lid and use whatever is left on the brush blending it into the crease. Then, just pair a highlight color like "Shroom" or "Brule".
Last, but definitely not least it looks fantastic on the lid with "Satellite Dreams" or "Stars and Rocket" in the crease.
One Quick Tip:
Is that Sushi Flower look absolutely stunning on the eyes paired with purple eyeshadows.