I have another Hard Candy eye look for you. This blend of green and gold was inspired by Lady Slipper flowers.
Take Me Out eyeliner pencil in fortune cookie.
Yellow Lady Slippers, a type of wild orchid.
I began with the primer included in the eye shadow collection. I'm really impressed with how it kept my eye make up in place on a humid, sunny day. The shadows applied well. I particularly loved the coppery shade, fourth from the top.
I used the entire palette for this look. The pale cream is at the inner corners and also blended with the beige (in the center) on my brow bone. The copper and the earthy brown are blended in the contour. The copper was also placed at the outer lid. The gamble shadows collection could function well for workday neutrals or be dressed up a bit with a few simple additions.
The Split Personality eye shadow duos have a cream formula. Although I did have some creasing, the green shadow over primer stayed on my eyes on a 90 degree F (32 C) day. I had Thai food outside by the river and afterwards my friend and I did a little shopping. Then we took a walk in the woods at the wildflower preserve. The shadow was still present and visible after all that activity. Overall, I am pretty impressed with the performance of this formula.
Curl Up and Dye mascara is tied with the baked eye shadow duos as my favorite Hard Candy cosmetic. The mascara gave gorgeous curl, definition and color. Other fashion shades include blue (Mr. Right) and purple (Venus). There is a basic black and brown as well as an inky shade. I want all of them!
The Take Me Out liner in fortune cookie made my eyes gilded. It's a great product to stash in your make up bag if you need to dress up your look quickly.
The eye products in this post were provided for me to review. You can browse the entire Hard Candy line of cosmetics and nail color at hardcandy.com. Walmart retail locations and walmart.com stock Hard Candy items for purchase. For a chance to win all 16 Hard Candy Just Nails polishes, please visit the contest post to enter. The contest ends May 3rd in the last available time zone, so don't delay.
Happy painting, ladies!