A Look Featuring SUQQU's UK Exclusive Summer 17 Color Collection
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If you want to take a look at my previous post with full swatches and product description of this entire collection, please take a look here. I've also done a look with the greens (limited edition 103 Kisui) in that post. I also want to show you how 104 Natsusango looks applied as well, so here goes. I mentioned that this is a good quad for a super smokey, burning ember type of a look so here's my attempt.
I've used the black shade from lash line to crease and also on my lower lash line. I used the burnt orange shade broadly in the crease, slightly overlapping that intense black and also below the black on the lower lash line. I used the nude shade to blend well around the edges and the pinky-beige shimmer shade in the inner corners and in the inner 1/3 of the lower lash line. I kept the look more intense using Chanel waterproof stylo in Ebene to tighline upper lash line and also in the lower waterline. Mascara was Lancome Hypnose Drama WP.
I'm using the limited edition blush from this collection, Pure Color Blush 102 Tsuyakagerou, concentrating on using the tan side of the pan. The lipstick I am using is a permanent color 11 Extra Glow Lipstick, a peachy nude shade.
Some notes on use: is that the black is INTENSE. I think this will be a very versatile color to incorporate with other products to use as an eye liner and create other variations of a deep, dark smoky eye. It is very smooth and finely milled, but I would recommend either doing your eyes first (before apply base products) or holding a tissue underneath as you do your eyes with this shade. It's not really prone to fall out, but an errant drop would mucky up your foundation/concealer. (Been there, done that!) Both the mattes shades are pigmented and easy to apply.
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