Tuesday, 14 October 2014

FOTD #3 Romantic eye makeup look using 'Tamanna Palette'

Tamanna palette

Following my review of 'Tamanna Palette' I decided to share with you, guys, one of my eye makeup looks created with this palette. I really love the quality of the eye shadows and how versatile this palette is. I've been reaching for it every time I have the chance and time to do my eye makeup. The look I am going to share with you today was inspired by one of the 'Get the look' cards that came with the palette. But as I have quite small, slightly hooded eyes and very small area under brows I always have to adapt the makeup looks I see somewhere to my needs and what works best for me.
Just as a quick disclaimer, I'm not an expert in makeup, I'm just a girl who loves to play with it :)

This time I really wanted to use the shade Venezia - gorgeous teal/blue colour which I used on my lower lid all the way from the inner corner to the outer.
And here's the rest of the shades I used creating this look:
Fresh - all over the lid up to the brow bone.
Bengal - in the crease.
Sangria - the outer part of the lid and inner corner.
Chocolate - darkening up the outer corner and lightly into the crease.
Blush - in the inner corner on top of Sangria.
I used EYEKO Skinny Liquid Eyeliner in black to line my upper lid and create a small flick. Bare in mind that I'm absolutely hopeless at this part of my eye makeup so the line is never straight and the flick always wobbly ;)
I lined my waterline with Rimmel Scandaleyes Pencil in Nude.
For my lashes I used Seventeen Dolle'd Up Mascara in black and added false lashes - Gracie by Vintage Company.
To fill in my brows I used Dual Brow Powder by So Susan.
Products I used for the rest of my face:
Foundation - Revlon Colorstay in Sand Beige
Primer/Highlighter - BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal
Under eye concealer - Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch highlighting concealer in Nude
Powder - L'Oreal Nude Magique BB Powder in Light
Bronzer - Rimmel Natural Bronzer in 022 Sun Bronze
Blush - MUA Blusher shade 2 ( peachy pink colour)
Lipstick - Maybelline Color Drama Intense velvet Lip Pencil in Keep It Classy (review here)
I really liked the finished look! It was feminine, romantic and made me look fresh and youthful. I loved the colours on my eyes and how they complemented each other.
What do you think, guys? Do you like to inject some colour into your eye makeup?


  1. I'm so glad you decided to do an eye make up look with this palette. I absolutely love how well those shades work together and it really makes your eyes pop! You look stunning :D x

    1. Aww you're too kind, thank you Alina! And yes, all the shades work so well together, I'm loving this palette! xx

  2. Wow love that look :) The colour under the eyes is beautiful x

    Pams Stuff and Things

    1. Thank you so much! I love the venezia shade, it's so pretty! xx

  3. Wow - I wouldn't normally be brave enough to use the Venezia shade but the way you have done it looks absolutely stunning! :) xx

    Brenda BusyBee

  4. That's a beautiful makeup look. I love it that you didnt stick with the traditionally "safe" colours in the palette. Really really gorgeous :)
    Jill x


    1. Thank you so much! I actually really like experimenting with coloured eye shadows, it's fun to break up the everyday nudes routine :) xx

  5. You look so pretty Dagmara, what a lovely palette! The taupe shade on the top row is stunning xx
    www.MissMakeupMagpie.com ♡

    1. Aww thank you, darling! The taupe shade is one of my favourite from the palette, it is beautiful! x

  6. Oh my! You look simply fabulous. I so want this palette! Where did you get it from?

    1. Thank you so much Cathy! I got this palette from website called Cult Beauty but it has been sold out and as it's a limited edition I'm not sure if you will be able to get hold of it in UK. x

  7. Love your blog! I just followed you on GFC and Bloglovin, would you please follow me back? :)

    Michaella from http://quitealooker.blogspot.com/

  8. Thank you! I will check out your blog! x


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