Kat Stays Polished | Beauty Blog with a Dash of Life: Jesse's Girl Eye Makeup

Jesse's Girl Eye Makeup

Friday, April 19, 2013

Good morning and happy Friday!!!! So, if you've been keeping up with me on my Facebook page, you know I got 7 new dresses from Aeropostale. I paid just under $100 for all 7--such a steal!

Well, here comes the fun part. As soon as I found out Jesse's Girl was coming out with a new waterproof eyeliner that had a Japanese calligraphy style pen, I HAD to have it! 

I don't normally wear a lot of makeup and I try to steer clear of eye makeup because of my stupid allergies [not to makeup, but sneezing and watery eyes due to pollen and stuff]. When I do choose to wear some, it's usually very subtle and natural looking.

I didn't care--this eye liner was going to be MINE. It arrived just in time to accompany my new dresses so below is the look I came up with for work today.

It'a hard to see what I actually did on my eyes, but I circled the colors I used. I'll explain my thoughts on each item below. Have a great weekend everyone!

Okay, let's start with the primer. I had NEVER used any sort of primer on my eyes before shadow application but I think that's going to change now. I applied my normal foundation and stuff and then swiped the primer on both eyelids. Then I gently blended it in with my finger. Duh, I love it already!

The eye liner. Just WOW. I have NEVER in my life had such an easy-to-use liner. Seriously, the slightest touch will give you the fine lines you're looking for. If I made a mistake, I could easily use the fine point to correct it. There was no pulling, snagging, inconsistencies, or running from the tip. I was able to stay super close to the lashline without having it glop all over my lashes. LOVE THIS STUFF!!!!!

Lastly, my eyeshadow application. I got their Limited Edition Masquerade Eyeshadow Palette and an eyeshadow brush. I figured it would be useful and yep, it was. It's a super soft shadow brush and it blended my colors well. Just a dab'll do ya. I started with the golden yellow color that's circled and used it on the inner half of my lid. Then I took the coral-pink color and blended it on the outer half of my lid. It's very subtle but still notcieable and it matches my dress! Using their brush made the application pretty flawless.

Overall, I'm super happy about all of these products. The palette has a variety of colors that will match every single one of my dresses. The eye liner is to DIE for, and the primer and shadow brush make for an easy eye makeup application.

These products were purchased by me and all opinions are my own.

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