Where to begin, where to begin? I guess with nails. As you probably know this is The Hobbit related post that I promised yesterday, this is my manicure and make up that I wore to the cinema. As always probably I think I should start with the mani.
I could't decide on one polish/combo that I wanted to wear so skittle manicure is the best option in that case . Jessica Disco diva on the thumb (silver holo), Milani Blue flash on the pointer, Lacquistry Honeycomb on the middle, Flormar 431 with College hero (silver glitter) on the ring finger and Essence Style for summer nights with LA Girl Jostle on the pinky finger
And the same in artificial light. A little bit about the movie, if you expect the grandiosity of LOTR you might be disappointed, Hobbit is a book for children and it's interpretation is just different. All the great landscape and beautiful places like the Shire and Rivendell are there and looking as beautiful as always. This is for me just an introduction and when the film ended it made me want more, even after 3 hours of sitting.
Now the make up, unfortunately it was already dark when I finished so the pictures are made in artificial light and that makes them not completely true to life. With my hooded eyes I don't usually even try to do any kinds of flicks or other fancy stuff with eyeliners. But this is my version of double eye liner. As a base all over the lid I first put a silver eyeshadow.
Here is a close up of my right eye, I just did the eyeliner on my outer part of the eye so it doesn't make them appear too close. First I did the turquoise line and then filled it with black. The lines aren't symmetrical on both eyes but then again neither are my eyes.
Full face picture so you can see how it looks with the eyes open.
This last picture is with flash so you can try to see the blush which likes to hide these days obviously and the lips were a little lighter. I ended up happy with everything, my make up, manicure and the film. Now I'm just thinking about when will I go to watch it again, this time in 2D 'cause 3D just bothers me with the glasses and subtitles in your face.
Just a ticket, seat number and a roll with the badges that we got :) Far over the misty mountains cold, to dungeons deep and caverns old...