Pastel Makeup — Down another rabbit hole…

I am so suggestible. It’s really insane. One of the best things about living in a cable free zone is the limited exposure to commercials. Now Rimmel and Maybeline can’t get to me with their false promises of super long “falsie” mascara. I win, universe! (Ok, maybe no blogging after caffeine and sugar!)

But back to my point:

I was reading my favorite beauty blog and they did this whole postΒ about using pastel in your eye shadow repertoire. See what I mean?Β http://thebeautydepartment.com/2014/05/soften-up/

I was inspired to try it myself!
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I dug through what I already had but hit a bit of a road block since I recently moved and really cleaned out my make up. I decided to run through the drug store and see if I could get anything on the cheap. What I came up with was this —photo 1 (12)

 

It’s great because it has so many different colors. It was fun to shake up my daily make up routine. I enjoyed trying new things without being too wild. It was a fun way to add a little color and a little fun into my outfit.

Check out my experiment:

First I tried the green… which I LOVED!

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Then the pink…

 

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Then the blue!

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I have to admit I kind of loved the blue because it had a really great like 60s vibe. Then I watched Funny Face this weekend. And was completely and totally captivated and inspired all over — check out Kay Thompson in Funny Face!

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As Maggie Prescott, she rocked — and inspired me to try the bolder version!

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Here’s some other people making pastels their own. If you are feeling brave, send me those pics!

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