Up all night with Sugarpill

by Madame B Fatale on September 24, 2011

2I just couldn’t get to sleep last night. So after trying to organise files on my computer, watching TV and then moving things around in my computer/makeup room I decided to crack out my new Sugarpill shadows and decided to do an EOTD (or EOTN really).

I started by covering my entire eye area (including brows) with Mac’s Painstick in white, I then filled in my brows with Dollipop eye shadow and ran through the bottom brow line with Poison Plum. Then taking Midori and filling in my entire eye area, I didn’t like it all 4the way to the brow so I got a makeup wipe and wiped away the shadow from my brow bone. Being the completely impatient person I am I immediately covered that area with Tako. Not waiting for my skin to dry is why the white looks jacked but I wasn’t exactly as alert I would be if you know if it had been daylight so I kept going. next up was Buttercupcake shadow over the Midori in the crease (kind of makes it look like absinth, but its not). I then applied some Lumi Chromalust mainly on the inner corner, some mascara (Lancome doll eye’s) and a white eyeliner (exhibit). And that’s how I ended up with the first few photo’s.

Of course, just like a craft project I couldn’t stop there. I then proceeded to add in some Flamepoint to my waterline and the top of my brows.


I only did the one eye because I was just playing around and by the time I finished the first I had relaxed a little and went to bed.

To be honest besides the white area towards the end of the brow I’m pretty happy with the way that it turned out. I really am loving these shadows, MUST buy rest of the collection now!

Oh and I’m currently devastated that I had to give up my spot in Sydney for the ABBW at IMATS so I will be living vicariously through all your tweets and posts! Hope you all have a great weekend!

Madame B Fatale


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