This is actually my EOTD from 2 weeks ago but because of my busy schedule in school and all the requirements I had to pass, I wasn’t able to edit this picture. And when I say edit, what I mean is, choose 3 of the most decent-looking photos and clip them on one single frame. LOL!
You, guys, oughta know by now how clueless I am when it comes to Photoshop.
When I think of Greece, the first thing that pops up on my mind is their gorgeous goddesses with their gold and white drapes. Their architecture, art and philosophies follow not so distantly, of course. I remember the Santorini sites I saw from a local movie. Oooh I’m definitely adding “Go to Santorini” on my bucket list. Going back to the Grecian goddesses, my favorite would be Eris, the goddess who started the Trojan war. But don’t worry, this look isn’t after the goddess of chaos. LOL! This look is actually inspired by the more sexually appealing and confident goddess of harvest and queen of the underworld, Persephone.
So here’s my take on a more wearable Grecian-inspired look.
List of products used:
Cinema Secret Ultimate Foundation as concealer (Read review HERE)
Etude House Surprise Essence Concealer (Read review HERE)
Milani Loose Powder in Soft Sand
IN2IT Brow Powder
Etude House Color My Brows in No.2
Benefit Stay Don’t Stray Eyelid Primer
MAC Eyeshadow in DaisyChain
Beauty PRO Crazy Colours Palette (Yellow as base) (Read review HERE)
Naked Palette (Virgin,Sidecar and Half Baked)
Sleek i-Divine Palette in Bad Girl (Noir) (Read review HERE)
MeMeMe Eye Sweep
Berrisom Curlume Mascara (Read review HERE)
I only listed the products I used on my eyes because I can’t find a decent photo of my whole face so I think it the other products would be irrelevant. I dunno why but I look really awkward that day. LOL! Anyway, here’s a photo I upload on Instagram. Don’t forget to follow @celline08, okay? 🙂
|Just look at that pimple on my right cheek. Argh!
I’ll be posting my amped up Grecian-look some time next week so do keep an eye out for that!
What do you think? I’d love to hear what you think.
I appreciate constructive criticisms just please be nice in addressing them.
With that being said, comment away lovelies! 🙂