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MAC Lady Danger lipstick. You knew I was going to break down and buy it, right? Well, of course. It’s such a standout color, I think, even more vibrant and attention catching than red. But I have a gorgeous look for you to incorporate it into your everyday makeup wardrobe.

Start out with your base layers of choice. Primer. foundation, concealer, powder. Whatever floats your boat. I know enough to know that different things work better for different people. I’m in the process of settling on a new foundation myself, and I’ll have a review when I’m done.

DSC_1703 Because of my oily lids, I always use an eyeshadow primer. My usual choice lately has been NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base.

Next, I used MAC Eyeshadow in Expensive Pink all over the lid, to just into the crease. If you’re worried about the pinky/bronzey color in the pan, don’t be. It looks lovely on. I lightly tapped a bit of MAC Eyeshadow in All That Glitters (of my December favorites fame) on the center of the lid to add a golden hue. In the crease, I used MAC Eyeshadow in Wedge, and then MAC Eyeshadow in Orb on the browbone and just a bit in the inner corner for a bit of lightness.

For liner, I went with an old standby, Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink, a lovely brown shade. With the color of the eyeshadow and the color of the lipstick, I thought black liner would be a bit too much. I used it to make a subtle cat eye. On the lower lashline, I used Make Up Forever Aqua Seal to turn Coastal Scents Eyeshadow in Boca Mocha into a gorgeous bronzey-brown liner to make my eyes glow.

DSC_1701 For the cheeks, I would never have bought this blush myself, but I got it in a gift bag from Space NK. And after learning how surprisingly versatile NARS Coeur Battant can be, despite its frighteningly bright color, I decided to give it a shot. So Kevyn Aucoin Pure Powder Glow Fira Mango, it was, and I think it looked perfect. Remember, though, a little goes a long way—use a light hand!

But, obviously the lips are the centerpiece of the look. I primed my lips with Bite Beauty Line and Define Lip Primer, then lined them just a touch with MAC Half-Red lip liner. Then apply Lady Danger, and unleash your wild side!

DSC_1698 Poor Sparrow Chevron Necklace

On me, Lady Danger skews very orange. It’s not a true orange, but a perfect orangey-red. I just remember being surprised the first time I tried it on, because some people say its their perfect red, and I wouldn’t quite call it red. But to each his own!

DSC_1696 What do you think of this look? Would you wear a color like this every day? Do you have any of these?

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10 comments on “Live on the edge: FOTD with Lady Danger by MAC”

  1. Love the lipstick I don't see any orange in it myself..thankfully! I really have a thing against orange, you have really nice pale skin! Is it really better to use a primer for eye shadow? I just use a little white eye shadow and that's it. I'm still quite new to primers. The only time I use it if its already in my foundation 🙂

    • When I put it on it looks SO orange, but the photos don't show it as much. I guess it depends on the lighting? 🙂 I do like orange lipstick, so either way, I'm fine. Ha, I like that you call my pale skin nice. I suppose it's okay—it's not changing, so it might as well be! I use primer for eyeshadow because my lids get very oily, and if I don't, the eyeshadow melts off by the time I get out of work. So it really depends on your skin. If you find you don't need them, then you don't need them! 🙂

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