Actually managing to get out of bed in time to do makeup for uni is quite an accomplishment these days. The fact I had time to photograph this look was an even bigger bonus!
I've started using this shadow placement a lot in daytime looks because 1)
I like how it gives definition to the shape of my eye, but doesn't make
them look too small, 2) keeping a nude/neutral colour on the inner
corner, where I get creasing after 6-8 no matter WHAT primer I use,
means creasing is basically not visible when it does inevitably happen.
YAY! No more carrying around a mini brush and the eyeshadow I used that
day, watching the clock and constantly scrutinising my eye makeup in a
mirror when I should be working. Or having fun and not worrying about my face.
I've also decided to stop using white as a highlight. I just
don't think it looks good on my olive-y skin at all. I have so many
beautiful golden/beige/sheer highlights that there's NO reason for me to
reach for white outside of a look that deliberately uses it (and that's
not likely any time soon, heh).
Inner lid & highlight: shimmery beige franken shadow
Outer corner lid: Fyrinnae Mephisto with Aromaleigh Poison Poinsetta over the top
Lower lashline: Mary Kay eyeliner in Taupe
Mascara: ... don't remember, sorry!
Brows: frankened brow powder
Lips: Detrivore Cosmetics Coralline
Face: Australis Fresh & Flawless face powder and Sassy Minerals blush in Optimist