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Last week I posted about a giveaway for two Artdeco packages on Instagram (which is still going btw! All details further down). Due to one of the eyeshadows used I liked my own creation enough to now post it on the blog as well!
The centre piece of this look is – in my opinion – a very overlooked and barely seen online eyeshadow: Artdeco “Color & Art” Golden Red:
- Artdeco Eyeshadow Base
- NYX Hot Single Eyeshadow Sin
- NYX Hot Single Eyeshadow Vixen
- Artdeco Eyeshadow Golden Red
- Artdeco Eyeshadow Aubergine
- Manhattan Eyeshadow Peach Party
- Artdeco Eyeshadow Pearly Light Beige
- Artdeco Mineral Eye Styler Mineral Violet Sapphire
- Maybelline Gel Eyeliner Black
- Artdeco All in One Mascara Violett
- essence I ♥ Extreme Mascara
- Artdeco Eyebrow Powder 3 & 5
- Artdeco Mineral Fluid Foundation Light Porcelain
- Artdeco Bronzing Powder Mediterranean Summer
- Artdeco Mineral Blush Golden Rose Quartz
- Artdeco Color Lip Shine Shiny Grenadine
And to be honest with you: I have been sceptical towards Artdeco shadows for the longest time. I have always remembered them as so-so from swatching in Müller, but they are actually pretty great. Already equipped with magnets etc. I especially like the shadows I have used here – great pigmentation, pretty shimmer, longlasting and no crumbs!
After my first try with the Eyeshadow Powders I am very intrigued to test more of Artdeco’s eyebrow products. My shades in Brown and Medium are blendable and have a lovely natural undertone.
- After applying the base I prepared the crease with NYX Sin – darker eyeshadows blend so much better, softer with a mid-tone base put down first.
- I then darkened the outer V with both Artdeco Aubergine and the darker half of Manhattan Peach Party. Blending is your best friend here! Pick up colour, blend, repeat.
- With a flat eyeshadow brush I applied Artdeco Golden Red on the lid and blended the edges again with Sin.
- On the lower lid I blended some more Aubergine and applied the Mineral Eye Styler on the waterline.
- Basically all done, I highlighted and blended everything again with NYX Vixen on the browbone.
- To finish off, I used Artdeco Pearly Light Beige as a subtle Highlight in the inner corner of the eye.
As per usual, I used Gel Eyeliner and black mascara. For a more intense, purple effect on the lower lid, I used the All in One Mascara in Blue-Violett on the lower lashes.
Regarding rest of the face, I used my first Artdeco Foundation – Foundation Friday in the making! – and one of my favourite blushes Golden Rose Quartz. Finishing off with a sheer, reddish Lip Color Shine Lippenstift and the look is complete.
The Golden Red eyeshadow is a true find for me – never would I have expected this eyeshadow to be so pretty, so multidimensional! The golden shimmer makes the reddish-pink base very suitable for daily looks as well. Especially in combination with browns or purples.
And if you still want to take your chance in winning one of two Artdeco packages, you can find all information how here 🙂
Do you have any insider’s tip regarding Artdeco’s (eyeshadow) range? Are there any Artdeco products in your routine? Share! 🙂