I, in my ever-occurring tardiness, found that the originally planned birthday suit sadly no longer fit. The awesome silk dress did, though, and the rabbit ears inspired me. Meet the blackandwhite rabbit!
That's it. Oh, you'll need your fingers. Yes, darlings, we will be channeling our inner kindergartner today!
So, smoosh on your UDPP or other preferred primer. Let it dry.
Line first! GASP! Seriously - line your lower lash line. You'll come back to this at the end again, I promise.
Dip your (CLEAN!) finger in your pot of Pots and Pans. Take a better photograph than me.
Apply and blend on lid. You want a look like this when you're done:
Okay. Now you start out with the light matte gray. Jalackie doesn't really like mattes - they set my teeth on edge - but it's worth it for this look. Additionally, Mo's mattes aren't as bad as most. Even most pressed shadows bother me more than her matte did.
You're going to want to use the middle brush for this part.
Then grab that black.
Now, we'll pull out some surprise tools!!!!!
AWESOME SAUCE over on the left. It's a glycerine based blending medium, produced by Madd Style Cosmetix. Boooy howdy is it awesome. Next to it is a medium round, pointed brush, and a pot of MSC's KICK ASS pigment. No, that's not just an adjective; it is the pigment name, as well.
I dipped my brush in the Awesome Sauce so I could pick up the Kick Ass.
After I got the pigment blended, I came in and lined the top lash line with the Kick Ass like so:
After that, I called it done and off we went away!