The Saturday after Christmas, me and Rob went to see Avatar.
If you havn't seen it, run...now...and go see it!
Honestly, this was the best movie I have ever seen!
I spent those almost 3 hours with my mouth hanging open!
It was breathtakingly beautiful!
I coulda gone back in and watched it all over the second it let out!
On the way home all these beautiful images were still rattling around in my brain and I had an eye look pop into my head. It was a rather creative look, and sadly since we were going to be out running around to a few stores, I didn't do it exactly like in my head. Since we live in a sorta small town, surrounded by farm land, I tend to get some interesting reactions when I look anything beyond slightly different, and I just didn't feel like dealing with the looks, so I toned it down. I may redo it this week and replicate my original idea. I still liked this so I thought I'd share it with you anyway.
First I will show you my inspiration:
The second image is straight from the movie, and those were the colors I worked off of.
Not sure why the movie posters have them so much darker blue and less aqua, but both are stunning.
Here are the colors I chose to use:
I applied Primer to my lids and then added a layer of NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk, to whiten up my lid and make the shadow colors pop more!
Bid Tickle went on my lid, up to the crease.
Then I applied Cool It to my crease, as well as lower lashline, and outer 2/3 of my upper lash line. I winged this out as well, for a bit of a nod to the stripes the Na'Vi people had.
Then I applied black eyeliner to my upper and lower waterlines.
And added Mascara.
Then since they had those awesome glowy freckles, I mixed some iridescent glitter with eye lash glue and dotted it between my eyebrow and hairline.
Before I show you these pictures, I will say this...for some reason the shadow looks splotchy on my lid on some places. It did not look like this is person. Very very odd.
Ok, on to the pics!
That's it for today my wonderful readers!
I hope you all have a fantastic day!