One of those things is "purple drink." Don't know if it's found elsewhere, but it's a gallon jug of something called "purple drink."
One day my brother went a little heavy on his drawl, and it came out "PurpleDrank." Cue hilarious laughter. It has been an inside joke ever since.
I was playing around the other day with some MSC, and came up with a look I have since dubbed "PurpleDrank."
Here's how it works:
Madd Style Cosmetix's "Pixie."
MSC's "Bitch Slap."
Apply the NYX shadow base. You can use anything creamy at this point, really. I'm just in love with the NYX shadow bases. Now I need them to make one in pewter and one in black. Le Sigh. Anyways, you're going to finger blend this after you apply it evenly with your brush. (I didn't list it above because I'm a dumbass, but this is a large, stiff concealer brush. It's excellent for picking up a decent amount of product and applying it in an even layer.)
So now you use your eyeliner of choice and line your lower lash bed. I don't do upper lash lining well, but if YOU do, now would be the time. Winged liner, which looks funny on my face, would work beautimously, too.
So now that you've lined, you're going to take your small pencil brush first and dip it into your Bitch Slap. Tap it off fairly well - you only want enough color to set the Kohl. Starting at the duct, using a sketching outward motion, lay that over your liner until you're about a quarter away from the outside of your lid. You know, the < part. Then you're going to switch off, and starting at the half-way point, you want to continue with the sketching motion so that you just blend the color down to the edge of your lash bed.
Now, you can't see it well, but you're going to take the very wide contour brush and you're going to sweep some Xray Spex along your orbital bone for highlight. Blend that by pulling down into the purples. DO NOT WINDSHIELD WIPER IT. Remember how I said that you have to be super careful not to make things muddy? Yeah. Resist the up and down motion.
Put the rest of your face on, put your glasses on if you have 'em, and rock out with your clock out!