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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Twilight the Movie or the Makeup?? Or both

Lime Crime Looks
Magic Eye Dust offer colors that are high in pigment and brilliant

Black Lips! Amazing creativity is at your finger tips


Create your own amazing look with Limne Crime Makeup - the limit is your imaginiation



Banshee is a Brilliant Colour and see what you can do with one colour, create a look for your eyes and your lips...add to the nail polish and you have an individual look all of your own.




Twilight mania is out and about,it's showing up in hair design and makeup colours and fashion.
Bright and deep red in lipsticks are part of the influence and deep purple and black smokey eyes are also part of the Twilight look. Lime Crime was way ahead with a eye shadow called Twilight! Its a mix of a smokey grey/mauve colour that will give you the look you desire to be on trend with the Twilight mania.
Check it out and see if this colour is for you. Medusa is a black eye colour that you can use on eyes in nail polish or as an eye liner.

The recommendation is to wet your brush when using Lime Crime eye colours to get a more vibrant outcome.

If you want to have the look of a Vampire on your face you should use a Blush with a bit of glimmer and shimmer. You can get that with Sheer Miracle Adobe Sunset or Sienna Rose blush, Sheer Miracle is very strong in pigment and you will find a little goes a long way!



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