After seeing how Diorshow Gris Montaigne Mono swatches yesterday, today we’re ready to move on to the look! Just as a heads-up, I’m trying hard to include a look with all the products like what I usually do, but for the moment I have a lot of eyeshadows on my plate. That’s why sometimes I might have to do the look post separately! Hopefully in a while the products on my to-do list will become more balanced again.
You’ll be looking at my eyes creepily close here, but there you go:
First, I applied a layer of Benefit Skinny Jeans Creaseless Cream all over my lids before patting Diorshow Gris Montaigne on the inner half. I also highlighted the inner corners with Gris Montaigne, and used it wet on my lower lash line.
I lined my eyes with Diorshow Art Pen and used two coats of Diorshow Iconic Overcurl Mascara on my lashes. On my cheeks and lips I had Le Métier de Beauté Tenné, and I highlighted the top of my cheekbones and so on with Becca Opal Shimmering Skin Perfector. To not look too washed-out, I finished by lightly dabbing some Guerlain Ballade Rouge Automatique on my lips.
Gris Montaigne is extremely easy to work with. It produces zero fallout, and goes on smooth and pigmented. I like the pretty green reflection it has. It might not look like much in the pan, but give it a swatch: you might just be impressed!
What do you think? Would you check out Gris Montaigne? Do you own anything similar?
Sunny, your beauty culture translator xx
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