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Anyway, I was clearing out my blog drafts and came across this review I did on NP Set Eye Primer AGES ago which I haven’t posted up yet. The photos and writing aren’t great but instead of binning it, hopefully it will be helpful for those looking for a review of NP Set Eye Primer. – 14/7/12
Last year (I wrote this in October 2011), I went into a mad last minute make-up haul frenzy as I frantically searched around for cosmetics for my wedding. To save money, I did my own wedding make-up with a helping hand from my sister. If you have oily lids like me, you must use an eye primer. It acts a base for eye make-up to maximise pigmentation of eyeshadows and to prevent smudging and creasing of make-up.
I had run out of my HG eye primer (which is Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer – a Korean brand which is impossible to find anywhere!) and with no Urban Decay in Australia, I went hunting in David Jones. I went to the Lancome counter as Michelle Phan had been banging on about a Lancome primer she uses, but they had nada. The sales assistant pointed me in the direction of NP Set and without even testing it, I purchased NP Set Eye Primer.
The lovely Sara-May has been doing a FOTD Challenge on her beauty blog and all of the looks she has created has been amazing. A number of other beauty bloggers have participated in this too. Today’s FOTD Challenge is Cleopatra – it was my suggestion so it is only right that I participate, although I did struggle with it. I kept jabbing my eye!!! I’ll never be a make-up artist but it’s still fun to play with make-up!
Here’s my take on Cleopatra :-
When I think of Cleopatra, I think of strong brows, bold eyes with thick black eyeliner, sculpted cheeks and red lips.
The eyelashes are from KKCenterHK – EYE’S CHIC 816 Bird Of Paradise Fake Eyelashes*^. The inner half is criss-cross and the outer half is outrageously long. They are pretty cool but not suitable for everyday use.
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Face Base Primer*
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Mineral Therapy Liquid Foundation in Beige*
Australis Liquid Concealer Pen
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Translucent Loose Powder *
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Pressed Bronzer*
NP Set Eye Primer
Etude House Eye Brow Kit
ZARA Cosmetics Eye Shadow in Esther’s Baby
MAC eye shadow in Trax Velvet
MUA Eye Shadow Shade 15
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Pressed Powder in Bronze*
FACE OF AUSTRALIA Opulent Eyes Sapphire Desire*
Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Eye Liner Pencil
Naris Up Wink UpLasting Gel Liner
Australis IntensifEYE Liquid Eyeliner in Blackest Black*
Revlon Precision Lash Adhesive
EYE’S CHIC 816 Birds of Paradise Fake Eyelashes*
No7 Deeply Moisturising Lipcare
MUA Lipstick Shade 4
Products marked with * were provided for consideration.
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