Face of the Day: Sigma Paris Palette

Hey!

So, this is kinda a lie, as this isn’t the makeup I have on today, but from last week :) I haven’t really been playing full-on with makeup for the past month, just doing foundation and mascara, so I really wanted to play! This is a look using mainly the Sigma Paris Palette (if you haven’t seen my post of swatches and such, click here!) I’ll have some more looks coming up using this (I got one for my friend, and she wants me to do a fun look on her using it, so I’ll share pictures of that!) Enjoy :)

 

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Eyes

  • Urban Decay Primer Potion
  • Sigma Paris Palette- Notre Dame (Lids) Elysees (Crease) Eiffel (Outter Crease, upper and lower lash line) Orsay (inner lower lash line) Versailles (Browbone, tearduct)
  • Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara
  • Urban Decay Perversion 24/7 Liner

Cheeks

 

Lips

  • MAC Myth Lipglass
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25 comments

  1. Eleanormccarthy says:

    That’s a very pretty look! Will you do a tutorial soon? How are the brushes? It would be pretty cool to actually get some decent brushes with a palette.

  2. Eleanormccarthy says:

    That’s a very pretty look! Will you do a tutorial soon? How are the brushes? It would be pretty cool to actually get some decent brushes with a palette.

  3. Janet Anderson says:

    Leesha, your hair looks SO pretty! I’ve followed the hair for about three years now (LOL) and I just gotta say it looks wonderful. As do your pretty, little brows! Laters pretty lady!

  4. Choco_robba says:

    Thanks for sharing this, really love this look on you!  I already have so many make up palettes, but I’m am really tempted to buy this now.

  5. Farrowbk says:

    You look the Parisian part with the hair and shirt and all LOL!!  The new cut absolutely suits you! Love it!

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