Antique Smokey Eyes

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I went to an antique store, and saw this beautiful brass teapot. I was instantly inspired by it's beautiful...
I went to an antique store, and saw this beautiful brass teapot. I was instantly inspired by it's beautiful aged color, and thought it would look so elegant on the eyes. Here is my rendition of antique smokey eyes with just using 2 simple colors. Lip Balm Buddha Lip Balm http://www.beautychoice.com/products/Karmatherapy_Buddha_Lip_Balm_Fruit_Pack_Watermelon-12188-0.html?subid=17409&source=pjn Gold and Metallic grey. The gold color is from http://www.lisewatier.com/en/products/eyeshadows/couleur-folle-folie-aqua-2#70950 Metallic grey was from a discontinued color from Lancome called "Designer", but I found a similar one here http://www.lancome-usa.com/makeup/eyeshadow/color-design-quad-spring-2009.htm#anchor001 Irreverent Madame Powder and Mascara from http://www.afterglowcosmetics.com/ Foundation is GA Face Fabric in #2 http://www.giorgioarmanibeauty-usa.com/_us/_en/catalog/cosmetics_face-fabric.htm Eyebrows is in Medium Ash http://www.anastasia.net/product.php?productid=16137&cat=249&page=1 Thank you Becky Jean Williams and Late Night Alumni for granting me permission to use their beautiful music. You guys are the best! Please support their music by purchasing them at itunes. It's just 99 cents! Beck Jean Williams All the Pretty Little Horses http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?i=304856110&id=304856083&s=143441 Late Night Alumni http://www.amazon.com/Empty-Streets-Late-Night-Alumni/dp/B000AJIANU
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