Thursday, November 12, 2009

Celestial Beauty: Starry Night for your Eyes

To celebrate the International year of Astronomy (I can't think of any other reasons), Starry Night became a recurring theme among makeup brands in Fall/Winter 2009. Let's see who jumped into the band wagon!

Collections:
Shiseido Maquillage Holliday- Yuki's Lazy Channel
Product line up for Shiseido Maquillage - Iswii
Chic Choc Fall 2009 Collection- Yuki
Shu Uemura Tsumori Chisato - Nitrolicious
Givenchy bling bling Pearl- Makeup and Beauty Blog

Eyeshadow:
Lacome Declaring Indigo - A Touch of Blusher
Lunasol Star Purification - Gemilay
Sonia Kashuk Starry Night Palette- Makeup and Beauty Blog

Eyeliner:
Stila Holiday Smudge Pots- Temptalia
Too Faced Starry Eyed eyeliner- Right Here

Nails:
Lunasol Shining Deep Black- Fuzkittie
Milani Black Magic Nail Polish- Scrangie
Essie Matte About You with Glitter- Nails by Asami

(And the original Starry Night!)
Anyway, there are quite a few links here, and if you don't feel like clicking through all of them, my top picks from the above list are Fuz's Lunasol Look, Asami's glitter Manicure and the Shiseido Maquillage post by Yuki.

(Wet n Wild Fantasy maker eyeliner layering with Too Faced and Stila Smudge pot)

For those cheap girls like me. Starry night effect can be easily achieved when you combine black/blue/purple base with gold/silver glitter or shimmer top coat.
(Or do it in any way you want! ) After all, it's the idea we love, not (necessarily) the product.

2 comments:

  1. I love your "starry eyed" effect! I'll have to try it out sometime, though actually purchasing something with glitter first is a good idea =D

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  2. Marce:
    Everything is starry with glitter...(I actually only like glitter as eyeliner because I will be compulsive to peeled it off if it's on my nail...) Glittery shadow is really hard to work with (at least for me).

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