Miscellaneous, Softly Special: All About the Eyes
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September’s Softly Special: All About the Eyes (Master List of Posts)

Here is a master list of eye posts made in September 2013, during Softly Sometimes’ special eye makeup month. This will be updated as the posts go up, so do check back every so often. 🙂

WEEK ONE
1: Introduction
2: Basic Eye Diagram & My Go-To Eyeshadow Technique
3: Eye Basics: Get to Know Your Eye Brushes
4: REVIEW: Maybelline Eye Studio LuminEyes in Grey & Khaki
5: 1 Quad, 6 Looks feat. bareMinerals READY 4.0 in “The Happy Place”
6: Brow Maintenance: Products
7: Top 5 Eyeshadow Brands (Cruelty-Free)

WEEK TWO
8: Sample Stash Sunday: Shiro Cosmetics
9: REVIEW: Flower Beauty Color Play Crème Shadows in Orchid-ing Around and Vine of the Times
10: REVIEW: Urban Decay Primer Potion in Original and Sin
11: REVIEW: Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohls
12: One-Shadow Eye Looks
13: REVIEW: NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils
14: Concealer Overview
15: MAC Eyeshadow Palette (Swatches, Looks, Video)

WEEK THREE
16: Liner Notes: 5 Types of Eyeliner & What to do with them
17: How to elongate your eyes with makeup
18: REVIEW: Illamasqua Precision Ink in Wisdom
19: Shopping for an End-All-Be-All Eye Palette: What to look for
20: GRWM: Brow Routine & Le Métier de Beauté’s Couches de Couleur Eyeshadow Technique
21: Mascara Magic
22: Makeup Removers & me

WEEK FOUR
23: Day to Night with Urban Decay Naked Basics & a Palette Comparison
24: Ace of Base: Making Eyeshadow Stay Put on your Oily Lids
25: REVIEW: shu uemura Tsuya Skin Youth-Infusing Eye Concentrate
26: Quick Tips for Bright Eyes
27: Taupe’s Top Mystery: What is it?
28: My Ocular Affliction
29: In Defense of Eye Palettes, Plus 8 Neutrals you should look into
30: Breaking the Neutral Mold: Colored Eyeshadow for the Not-So-Bold

WEEK FIVE
31: False Eyelashes: Why Go Through All the Trouble?
32: Quick Tips: Face-Eye Makeup Coordination

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10 Comments

  1. After seeing your various eye looks, I realized that you rarely use eyeliner or curl your lashes. Is there a reason for that? I can’t help but feel that your nicely blended eye looks need some curled eyelashes to help frame them and make the look more finished.

    • Haha totally laziness on my part. I have uneven hoods/eye folds so it’s hard to get liner even, unless I really, really, really try. My lashes rarely hold a curl, especially when topped with mascara, and non-waterproof mascara (aside from LMdB <3!) smudges on me. But waterproof mascara is always a pain to take off. HAHA. I do agree with you, but it's just too much work for me sometimes!

  2. Hi Carina! Great post. This question is off topic but I just want to ask what your experience is in regards to claiming the stuff you bought from the US. I had a couple of things shipped from ASOS (first time) and I’ve read horrible things about the Phil Post (computation of taxes). Thank you.

    • Hi Elaine, I’ve had no problems as long as you try to keep each shipment under $50 or £30, incl. shipping & handling. Of course it depends on your Post Office. The computation of taxes at the QC branch is pretty standard.

  3. Pingback: Without Further Adieu, Goodbye Eye Makeup Month! | Softly Sometimes

  4. Oh dear, this is great! Indexing all the posts all the girls need to read! 🙂 I’m tweeting this!

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