This post features products (*) provided by the brand/PR.It's hard to find enough pockets of time to do mega posts with multiple looks, so I hope these little posts suffice. I've been using the new limited edition color of the SUQQU eyeliner and trying to see all the different variations I can achieve using this product.
I mentioned on the detailed product post that this product sets. I mean it really really sets to the point where a simple wipe with micellar water will not budge it. Due to this really tenacious nature of the liner formula, there's some limitations in usage for more than a simple clean line for me. For instance, while it would be possible to use the product as the most complex and beautiful navy shade upon which to build additional product onto, it would be very difficult to blend and shape as it pretty much sets immediately upon application.
I thought I would show you my attempt at a graphic, but softened line featuring Ruby Navy. One eye at a time is key, as would be super speediness! The underside of the wing is sharp and clean, while I attempted to soften and smudge the upper part with my Shu Uemura 5R brush. The stiff kolinsky hairs are handy for working with non-powdered products.
Base: Ladylike sweat de Belly, Chantecaille Future Skin foundation in Chamomile to match my recent beach tan, SUQQU Nuancing Loose Powder in Natural.
Eyes: SUQQU Eyeliner Creamy in EX-03 Ruby Navy*, the shimmery hot pink in the split pan of SUQQU Benichagasane palette (EX-16), the pale yellow in SUQQU Sumiredama palette (EX-11), SUQQU Brow pen in Moss Green, Guerlain Cils D'enfer WP mascara.
Cheeks: Edward Bess Blush Extraordinaire in Bed of Roses.
Lips: SUQQU Creamy Glow Moist in EX-15 Benikiseki*
I drew a very thick line extended into a wing using Ruby Navy with my Chikuhodo Artist Red 6-1 brush. I needed precision of a small brush head, but with enough surface area to quickly apply product in a larger area than a fine line. I then immediately used my Shu Uemura 5R brush to blend on the upper portion of that graphic line in an attempt to soften the upper contours of that line. Not so successfully, I think.
Adding some contrasting fun color:
I used my SUQQU eye shadow brush M to apply the pink shade while blending it slightly into the blue line.
A little brightness:
I used my Chikuhodo Artist Z-10 to apply the pale yellow on my lower lash line and then finished the whole thing off with mascara.
What goodies from SUQQU's new collection do you have coming in? Have you tried these SUQQU liners before? Are you also getting similar performance from it as I do?
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