This is my second makeup-related post, and I definitely feel that this is a new feature I’d like to continue for a long time!
Today I played with my new Wet n Wild coloricon Comfort Zone palette, which was recommended to me by the various makeup forums I’ve been checking out lately.
The colors I applied were as follows (in coordination with the number key in the image below):
- Crease/outer corner
- Outer “V”
The other products I used -
- MAC Fluidline (for tightlining)
- LOreal Liquid Liner
- Maybelline Falsies Black Drama mascara
- MAC Concealer (undereye area)
- MAC Studio Fix (undereye area)
- Urban Decay Eyebrow Powder
As you can see, the results were pretty darn good. I’m amazed at how well this palette performs for its price ($4.99). The colors included in the set are really versatile, allowing for a lot of mixing and matching possibilities.
If the drug store brands could get this kind of quality in all of their products at these prices, I would guess that the high-end makeup brands might start seeing their profit margins shrink significantly.
This palette was just as good as Walking on Eggshells, and I highly recommend it.
The question of wearing makeup as a guy is, I think, even harder to answer than nail polish, because makeup is so ‘in your face’ (no pun intended…). There’s no hiding it, and its still one of the strongest gender fashion binary holdouts.
I’m still struggling with the idea of wearing a look like this out and about.
What would you all think of a guy wearing his eyes like this?