Wearable "Everyday" Eyes featuring Too Faced

As all of you may know, I don't really have an "everyday" look. I'm forever doing different looks with different colors. I have very few looks that I redo for "daily" makeup and even those aren't done on the daily. This though is what one may consider to be "everyday." Soft and shimmery on the lids and some smudged eyeliner make this look fast and easy to wear no matter the place or occasion.

I used the Too Faced Natural Eye Kit for this look...mixed a few colors to create the one main shade. Any similar colors would work perfectly though.

Click here for swatches and color breakdowns of this palette.

Juiced Cranberry Eyes

Juiced, another MAC color that I love but don't use as much as my other colors. Every time I do though, I love it. The color is named perfectly as the color is so similar to orange juice. It's just such a fun shadow that it more versatile that one may think. I can be paired with brights, darks, and even neutrals for a punch of color or softened to continue the neutral look.

This time paired with Cranberry it created a soft, yet bright and fun look.

Soft, Simple Silver Eyes featuring Benefit Cosmetics

Until recently I hadn't known much about Benefit Cosmetics. Now though, I've had the opportunity to try some of their products and they are just divine. Smooth eyeshadows in soft, wearable colors; gorgeous lip products; and some amazing cheek colors. Here, my eyes, lips, and cheeks are all done using Benefit products.

Electric Eel and Purples Inspired by Mellie's Look Book

The second that I saw this look done on Mellie's Look Book, I had to recreate it. I did change it up a bit only because I prefer Electric Eel on me more than matte aquas but I still love how Mellie did her's. Such an adorable combo much like everything else she posts on her blog. Be sure to check her out!

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Simple Cranberry Eyes

I went through a span of days where I was into doing nothing but monochromatic eyes; simple and quick, but still "complete." Here, I basically used MAC's Cranberry eyeshadow with my highlight color.

New from Senna Cosmetics: Double Dose Blush

Last month, I received these gorgeous new blushes from Senna Cosmetics. With a smooth, vibrant blush coupled with a beautiful cheek highlight, the Double Dose Blushes ($20 each) are made to give your cheeks a radiant, feminine glow with the appearance of high cheekbones. Additionally, the formula is infused with Vitamin E to soothe and calm the skin.

Expensive Pink with Purple Eyes

Expensive Pink. Not a color that I use too often but it is gorgeous. It's amazing paired with plums and purples, coppers and bronzes. Here, paired with some purple Expensive Pink takes on a slight pink hue making for a fun, soft eye.

Vibrant Grape Eyes

A super simple look using only 2 main colors, one of which is MAC's gorgeous Vibrant Grape eyeshadow. It's just a beautiful color; always limited edition but available permanently on the MAC Pro website. If you can get it, it's definitely worth it!