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Valentine’s Day Look

While I am not a big lover of the Valentine’s Day show, I also love the bright reds and pinks that are associated with this day. And of course I love the roses and chocolates and presents! Yippie. Ok so I guess I do love Valentine’s Day! Yes so out came those colours and I created a look with some underutilized pigments from Halener Rustique. It’s not something I would wear everyday but just maybe for this one night out. 
Eyes
Halener Rustique pigments in Rosey (soft rose),
Cranberry ice (bright pink),
Concept (dark red)
Desire (red brown)
Sand storm (duochrome soft pink)
Face
Sacha cream to powder foundation in Perfect Caramel
L’Oreal Translucide loose powder in medium
CaraMia Blush in Fawn

Lips
Showing my love with my nails too
The look is basically lighter shades moving into darker ones. Hope you all have a lovely Valentine’s Day. I share my love with you all. Thanks for all the support!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. You rock pinks! I have to try pink on me :))

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    1. Thanks! Would you believe i am still intimidated to were pink on my eyes? I have no problem though with pink clothes or shoes! hehe

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