Saturday, February 20, 2010

Stardust Magical Muse

Stardust's Magical Muse is such an awesome color!!!  For this look, I paired it with some NYX shadows and was really please with the results. 

I used:
NYX jumbo pencil in Oyster on lid as base (this is a pinky lavender cream shadow)
Stardust Magical Muse patted on top of the cream shadow base, to just above crease
NYX Taupe applied with MAC 224 to crease, and to blend out edges of lid color
NYX grayish brown in outer V and to deepen crease (BTW, this color is awesome... it is a deep charcoal brown color with a satin finish.  I really like it because its a charcoal without blue undertones)
Revlon matte shadow in Antique Lace (matte off white) on brow, and to blend out edges of color
NYX Barely There on inner corners and under arch of brow

NYX Pinky on cheeks

Rimmel liner in Eastend Snob to line and fill in lips
NYX gloss in Tea Rose

Thanks for looking!!


  1. I love that color in the center of the lid, very unique! And your eyeliner wings are always so cute and perfect :)

  2. So pretty...Love this color on you!!!

  3. LOVE that look! Tea rose is one of very few glosses from NYX that I don't have. I'll have to look into it! :D

  4. Thanks Gals!!! Thia, tea rose is pretty... it has some fine glitter that doesn't show in the pics. Its a quite cool toned, very light pink.

  5. Magical Muse is a gorgeous purple on you!

  6. Great look! Really makes your eye colour stand out to me.

  7. This is so pretty, I love how blue it looks :D

  8. Thanks ladies! I really like the lid shade, its even prettier IRL :)

  9. This is so beautiful on you ....I am still fighting with my blue e/s : ya or nay on me, that is the question....each time I do a blue look I am always scared it's gonna be TOO MUCH .....but on you, it's looking soft and wearable ! ARGH , I must work harder ;-))))

  10. Wow! Magical Muse looks great on you. You wear it well.

  11. Thanks ladies!!!

    MUA, this blue works well because it leans purple, in fact I would say its a purple with blue tones. Try different shades of blue to see what works for you! :)