Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Maybelline tough as taupe color tattoo: one product, five usage


I already reviewed the color tattoo range earlier. Recently I decided to tough as taupe (permanent taupe in Europe) to my collection. Unlike the other color from the range this is a matte product. The texture is also creamier than the other colors. It's a nice medium taupe color.

I use it in five different ways:

1. Contouring shade
2. Eyeshadow base
3. Eyecrease shade
4. Eyeliner
5. Brow filer

As a contour

I apply it with my fingers under the cheek bone on my bare face before foundation like so:
You can also see my brow prior to the application on this picture

I then apply foundation on top of it

I finish the look with a ivory cream eyeshadow all over the lid. I then used permanent taupe on my crease, my brows, under the eye and above the eye as an eyeliner and I also contoured my nose with it.

Here's the finished look:


Close up on the eye
Permanent taupe used softly on the crease, brow and as a soft eyeliner. You can build up the intensity.

Overall I'm really liking this eyeshadow. It's a great product for traveling and it can be use on the fly for different purposes, the best being of course for the eyes. It's also very pigmented I had to tap the excess on the back on my hand to use it on my crease and brows.

12 comments:

  1. Thank you and thanks for your visit

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  2. HarcrazyforcosmeticsMay 16, 2014 at 4:02 PM

    Great uses :)

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  3. I also find it a bit to blend to use it on itself on the lid. It's really more of a shadow color.

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  4. Hey Judith, I've never thought about using a shade like this as a contouring shade (though now come to think of it, it makes a lot of sense)! I passed on Permanent Taupe because I thought it would be too gray for me, but I might be able to make it work in the crease indeed!

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  5. Thank you. It really looks good under taupe and grey shimmery eyeshadows!

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  6. I like the contour effect! I would love to use it as an eyeshadow as well :)

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  7. Thank you! I still prefer contouring with powder since it's easier, but in a pinch this does a great job.

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  8. Well, that's just really smart! Ha. Brilliant and it looks gorgeous on you. I love the subtle difference that it makes on your cheek. Real smart thinking!

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  9. It's definitely completely different from the other color tattoos, only matte color and only creamy one too!

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  10. It works great, reminds me of MUFE aqua brow, but in much much cheaper!

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  11. i also found it very weird how each colors texture is different from each other. but i love this post :D so ingenious of you to use it as a brow filler :)

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  12. As a brow filler! That is brilliant :-)

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