Much to do with Woodwinked.

Ciao Bellas,
When I discovered MAC a few years ago, Woodwinked eye shadow was one of the first few items I purchased. It's a pretty color and all (and what the MUA used on me when I got my makeup done), but I never really learned how to work with it. I'm putting together a list of eye shadows I need to get when I go to the nearest freestanding store (I'm doing big girl things and putting together a 15 pan palatte haha), and somehow it made it's way on there. I decided if it were definitely going to stay, I needed some ideas on how to work with it. What better place to start than with a MAC Live Chat? It was suggested that for a natural look I use Woodwinked from lash line to brow (using the #252 brush), and Folie or Brown Down (it is on the site, it just wouldn't let me link to it for some reason) eye shadows in the crease for definition (using the #224 brush). For a bolder look, Woodwinked in the inner corner of my eye (#252 brush), fading out to Club eye shadow from lash line to crease (same brush), then blend Plumage eye shadow in the outer corners and through the crease for smokey definition (#275 brush), highlight the brow bone with Nylon eye shadow (using the tip of the #252 brush), and then sweep a lil bit of Club under the outer 1/3 of the lower lash line (for soft smokey definition, using the tip of the #252 brush). Btw, I don't own any of the brushes the MUA suggested, but the #239 brush (which I have) is similar to the #252, and the #217 (got this too!) to the #224, so I'm in business. After all of that, I remembered that there's this site that's pretty much dedicated to different MAC eye shadow combinations, and they have a lot of the old face if y'all are looking for idea's on how to use different colors, or could use some inspiration, check it out.

Stylishly Yours,
Ms. Fab

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