|Above: Stilazzi…resplendent in the sunshine.|
|Above: Stilazzi synthetic brushes in Dual Fiber DF105, S124 and S123|
|Above: Stilazzi Matte and Pearl Eyeshadows and Matte Blushes in direct sunlight.|
- Matte Blush 05: A soft, pale peachy pink…I applied this to the apples of my cheeks.
- Matte Shadow 38: A mid-toned taupe…I applied this to the crease on my upper lids.
- Pearl Shadow 37: A deep sable brown with complex shimmer…I applied this to the crease on my upper lids.
- Matte Blush 19: A tan-meets-rosewood with a neutral undertone, this matte blush shade is perfect to create subtle contour (as I did in the images that follow).
- Matte Shadow 17: This matte, slightly gold-leaning cream tone is excellent to highlight the brown bone and upper cheek bones without adding shimmer to the face (as I did below). In my opinion, there are times when a matte highlighter feels wildly fresh and modern.
- Pearl Shadow 43: A warm, shimmering mustard-meets-rust shade that I blended up to my brows. I love the glimmer on this particular hue.
- Pearl Shadow 27: A shimmering peachy rust that makes for a beautiful, all-over shade (as demonstrated in the images below).
|Above: Swatches in direct sunlight (with a flash)…each swatch is but one swipe of the product, thereby demonstrating the saturated pigment of these formulas.|
|Above: Swatches in direct sunlight (without a flash).|
- Le Metier de Beaute Peau Vierge #2 (reviewed HERE)
- NARS All-Day Weightless Luminous Foundation in Santa Fe (reviewed HERE)
- By Terry Densiliss Concealer #3 (reviewed HERE)
- By Terry Mascara Terrybly in Black Parti-Pris (reviewed HERE)
- By Terry Eyebrow Mascara in Dark Brown (reviewed HERE)
- Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Liner in Pillow Talk (reviewed HERE)
- Anastasia Liquid Lip Color in Pure Hollywood (reviewed HERE)
|Above: I started with a base of PS 27 on upper lids and lower lashline and blended a bit of PS 37 and MS 38 at the crease for depth, following with a touch of PS 43 up to the brow bone.|
|Above: Last look.|