I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. #CollectiveBias.
When it comes to mod inspired makeup, the #beautyinspiration for me is the structure. I love the boldness of the eye & distinct lines. While I adore the look of bold eyes I have been getting lots of requests for more wearable looks. For this mod-inspired eye look using drugstore foundation, mascara, & various other Rimmel London products I improvised with going more of the peach route rather than classic black & white. Mod often involves nude lips & subtle cheeks so I thought this would be the perfect way for me to go personally!
Honestly I had most of the Rimmel products I needed to create this look but I made a quick trip to Walmart to fill it out as well. Walmart has the lowest overall prices around & a nice selection of Rimmel products in general. Lots of options & shades including some of my favorite products! Want an even better deal? Rimmel is celebrating their 180 year anniversary & their will be $1 off coupons in Sunday papers! You can also enter the Rimmel Sweepstakes at the base of this post!
All of the products shown in photos below are demonstrated in the video tutorial above. Please remember to subscribe & give it a thumbs up if you found it helpful!
For the base of this look I used the new Rimmel Stay Matte Liquid Mousse Foundation in the shade Light Ivory. The color match was right on & I was shocked that a mousse foundation that feels so incredibly lightweight gave me such great coverage. To conceal spots I used the Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer in Very Fair & under my eyes to brighten I brought in the Rimmel Match Perfection 2-in-1 Concealer & Highlighter in Light. The fabulous peach shade on my cheeks is another new Rimmel product with a mousse texture called Stay Blushed! Liquid Cheek Tint & the shade I used is Peach Flush.
For eyeshadow I used the Rimmel Scandal Eyes Eye Shadow Stick in Bulletproof Beige as a base then the Scandal Eyes Eye Shadow Paint in Peachy Apricot in the crease. The cut crease is such a mod touch but using more wearable colors makes it feel more fresh & wearable. On my waterline I have the Rimmel Scandal Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner in Nude to brighten & then the shade Black on my tightline to darken by my lashes.
For my winged out liner I used the Rimmel Scandal Eyes Precision Micro Eyeliner which is waterproof & has a fabulously fine tip. It made creating a retro wing a snap! On my lashes I’m using the new Rimmel Scandal Eyes Retro Glam Mascara in Carbon Black which has an hourglass brush that fans out my lashes to create a bold, wide-eyed look. This is an awesome drugstore mascara!
On my lips I used one of my favorites- the Rimmel Show Of Lip lacquer in Luna. Isn’t this shade fabulously vintage feeling yet still mod? It is so creamy but doesn’t wash me out. Plus it plays nicely with the look without being overpowering. On top of all that it is crazy comfortable to wear.
My nails & mod-inspired nail art is Rimmel too! This is the new Rimmel Salon Pro with Lycra Nail Polish in Punk Rock. To seal in my design & add shine I topped it with the Rimmel Finishing Touch Ultra Shine Top Coat. Love this taupe-y rock shade, unexpectedly fun!
There you have it! I’d love to see ow you get your mod look- interpretations are so fun! There is also the Coty/Rimel sweepstakes to enter! 25 winners will recieve $50 worth of Rimmel products to achieve beautiful looks! You can enter that here! Good luck to everyone entering!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. The Coty® Rimmel® Giveaway starts at 4/2/14 at 12:00 A.M. (midnight) ET and ends on 4/25/14 at 11:59:59 PM ET. Open only to (i) members of the Social Fabric community, (ii) legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia, and (iii) who are at least 18 years old at the time of entry. Click here for Official Rules and details including how to enter, entry criteria, prizes and restrictions, etc. Void in PR and where prohibited. Sponsor: Collective Bias, Inc.