Jun 2, 2011

Guerlain Ecrin 6 Couleurs in #29 Rue de Sèvres: looks




today, again, i want to show you some looks one can do with the Guerlain Ecrin 6 Couleurs palettes. i didn't have "how it looks worn"-photos when i did my review about my 3 Guerlain palettes and i want to catch up on this now. at 72€ these are quite expensive so i thought it would be nice to at least have some eye make up looks for you to see how they appear applied and how versatile a palette could be. this time it's about the #29 Rue de Sèvres.
click here to see my review of the Guerlain Ecrin 6 Couleurs palettes and here to see the looks i've already done on the #2 Place Vendôme palette.



  1.  frosty champagne beige
  2.  satin sand/light taupe
  3.  satin cool brown with pink shimmer
  4.  warm gray with blue shimmer
  5.  frosty ice blue in the center
  6.  matte cool dark brown on the side




neutral&discreet:


  • a little bit of #1 on the inner corner with Da Vinci 4194 Small Round Blender
  • #2 all over the lid and above the crease as base shade with Hakuhodo S121G, also used to blend out the edges
  • #3 patted on the outer third and on the lower lashline with MAC 242
  • #6 used wet as eyeliner on outer half of the lid with A'Squirrel Angled Liner Brush




icy blue&anthracite:


  • #1 in the inner corners and feathered out with Da Vinci 4194
  • #5 with Hakuhodo S121G on the inner half of the lid and blended up & on the inner half of lower lashline
  • #4 on outer V and lower lashline with Hakuhodo Kokutan Brush T and with MAC 242 on outer parts of lower lashline
  • #6 used wet as eyeliner with A'Squirrel Angled Liner Brush



for the rest of the face:
  • Chanel Pro Lumière foundation in #20 Beige Clair with BeautyBlender sponge
  • Chanel Poudre Universelle Libre in #20 Clair with A'Squirrel Powder Brush
  • Edward Bess Platinum Concealer in Soft Beige for under eyes with Hakuhodo 212
  • Shiseido Brow Pencil in GY901 and Alverde clear brow gel
  • The Body Shop Big&Curvy mascara layered with Helena Rubinstein Lash Queen Sexy Blacks mascara
  • MAC Blush in Cubic with MAC 116
  • Dior Addict Ultra Gloss Reflect in #127 Beige Velvet on the lips



12 comments:

  1. I like the look of the icy blue color along your lash line, it brings attention to your eyes better! I also think that Guerlain palette is really, really pretty the combinations and looks you could put together using that would be endless!

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  2. I have several of these palettes from Guerlain, and they remain sort of unused. I find the other eye shadows from Guerlain more buttery smooth and pigmented. You look lovely though!

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  3. This is the first time ever that I have seen looks with a palette like these that are pretty and also distinguishable! Normally, they just look all the same, LOL! But I like both a lot and with your skill in makeup, there's reason in buying these expensive things :-)

    Relatable Style

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  4. It looks absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!
    Catanya

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  5. @hopelessly devoted to makeup: thank you! i think this would be a nice winter look. and you're right, those palettes by Guerlain are real treasures, and unlike some other reviewers, i really appreciate it's fine textured eyeshadow with not so many shimmery/frosty shades. these are also real everyday-palettes with their wearable subtle shades.

    @flyavsted: thank you!
    after i first bought them, i didn't really used them very often, too. first because i always thought of them as little treasures to own and not touch, but also because they are quite heavy and most shades not so "out there". but in the last time, i really came to appreciate them as wearable, neutral eyeshadows that are great for work but also contain an eyecatcher. these palettes are more firmly pressed than the quads or dior palettes for example, but i think also because they contain less shimmer but light and fine pigment.

    @Lili: oh thank you. you make me blush ;) i don't think of myself being extraordinary skilled in make up or so, but i like shiny and beautiful things and have worked out how to do it on me to look ok. also i love good tools and probably that's also a big factor for how my make up ends up.
    but i think really "skilled" persons can do it right with a lot of different products, not necessarily expensive ;) "passioned" are rather those who buy them :P

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  6. I agree that #5 does amazing things to your eyes. Such a pretty palette and you wear it so well.

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  7. love it. to cool-toned for my skintone..but looks perfect on you=)
    http://beautynized.blogspot.com/

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  8. I LIKE! :D

    Liebe Grüße Lotta

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  9. you have a really nice blog :)

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  10. Sooo beautiful!

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