Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Aromaleigh look- warm colors

The Pacific Northwest, although very green and lovely, has not been providing me with much natural light to work with, so my natural light pictures are fairly dark. This look is from a few days ago, and I love the way it turned out.







I used:
Italian Ice- Aromaleigh
Tigrilla- Aromaleigh
Heart of Glass- Aromaleigh
Too Faced Shadow Insurance

Italian Ice, from Aromaleigh's Hot in the City collection, is much more yellow than it looks in the above picture. Aromaleigh describes it as, "sweet and tart bright lemon yellow with pretty pink sparkles throughout."

Tigrilla, from Aromaleigh's L'Orchidee collection, is a shimmery orange (or tangerine, it's a bit lighter than your standard Crayola orange). The description on the Aromaleigh site reads, "Sure to please, a lustrous tangerine tones enhanced with sparks of iridescent gold."

Heart of Glass, from the Rocks! collection (which is being reformulated), is an interesting shade packed with sparkle. I can't decide if it's pink or red. It looks rather pink in the jar, but looks more red once you put it on. Aromaleigh calls it "bright pinky red with shards of sparkles."


















Indoors, no flash. 




Now to the eye photos!


Natural light, or at least as much as I could find.


Natural light again.


Indoors, with flash.














Indoors, with flash.

Hopefully I'll get some sunshine soon!

3 comments:

SilhouetteScreams said...

Ugh this is SO pretty, and it looks even better in natural light :3 I love firey looks right now

BLIX said...

Wow, pretty! Makes me think of summer and some juicy, ripe fruit!

Amanda said...

Thanks!

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