It’s been a while since I gave this another go. If you are unfamiliar with the rules, you pick a palette and pick random shades to create an eye look with. I first discovered this challenge on Rossy’s blog at Ayrgalaxy and she does some awesome looks with this challenge.
For this post, instead of using a palette I grabbed every single one of my single Bare Minerals pigments. I placed them all into a grid and used the Bingo App to generate random numbers.
And the shades that were picked…..
8: True Gold
22: Velvet Charcoal
2: Nude Beach
This was quite a random pick of shades that I normally wouldn’t use together. But in the tradition that is Eyeshadow Bingo, I gave it a go!
I used Finesse to set the eye. This does have a slight bit of shimmer in it, but it wasn’t too noticeable. In the crease, I then buffed a light layer of Velvet Charcoal. This shade was an absolute bitch to blend; now I remember why I rarely use it! I also buffed this out along my lower lash line.
On the outer lid, I packed on a generous amount of the shade Twilight, leaving the inner part bare. In that area I packed the shade True gold, overlapping it slightly with Twilight.
In the tear duct I applied a tiny amount of the shade reveal. I honestly couldn’t figure out where to place Nude Beach because I don’t highlight my brow bone these days. Therefore, I used it as a highlighter and it worked beautifully.
Have you ever tried to play eyeshadow bingo? It’s definitely something that I would recommend if you are in a slump when it comes to eyeshadow looks.
Have a lovely day guys!