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Jewel/Jessica Jones Inspirational Look (Poll #7 Readers Choice)

I love Jewel aka Jessica Jones. She has a simple and sleek costume and just a pop of color here and there. In her first appearance she had bright pink hair, but now that pop of pink is on the jewel on her belt. I really liked that pop of pink so I went ahead and put it above the crease and below the eye. I didn’t do a full face pic like I wanted to because for some reason, my brain just didn’t want to cooperate and do my other eye identical to the first one >.<. I got frustrated and decided to only do one eye LOL (and it’s late and I’m a little tired haha). So HOPEFULLY for the next look it will be a full face. :P

Anyway, I hope you like!

Enjoy!

Product List:

Eyeshadow Primer: Urban Decay Primer Potion.

Eyeshadow Base: NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk from inner corner to middle. MAC Greasepaint Stick in Slick Back on outer V and crease, blended before it set. (which is REALLY fast, so make sure to blend if you need to right away)

Inner Corner and Lid Shadow : 120 eyeshadow palette white with Ben Nye Lumier Luxe Powder in Ice patted on top.

Outer V and Crease Shadow: Sugarpill Loose Eyeshadow in Lumi.

Above Crease: 120 eyeshadow palette ver. 2, top tray, 3rd row down, 2nd pink from the right (shimmery dark pink with blue hue).

Highlighter Shadow: 120 eyeshadow palette ver.2, bottom tray, 1st row, 1st shadow on the left (shimmery white).

Waterline Eyeliner: NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk with Ben Nye Lumier Luxe Powder in Ice patted on top.

Lower Lashline Shadow: 120 eyeshadow palette ver. 2, top tray, 3rd row down, 2nd pink from the right (shimmery dark pink with blue hue).

Eyeliner: Wet n Wild cream eyeliner in black #886.

Mascara: Sephora Atomic Lash Volumizing Mascara.

Eyelashes: NYX Fabulous Lashes in Gorgeous #119.

Eyebrows: Anastasia Eyebrow Pencil in Brunette/Dark Brown

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16 thoughts on “Jewel/Jessica Jones Inspirational Look (Poll #7 Readers Choice)”

  1. Wow!! I am completely blown away dawn! This is just stunning…I love how you gave the cut crease an extra oomph by blending it down with that gorgeous shade. Bravo, my dear!

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