Spotlight On: MakeupGeek Cinderella

cinderellaCinderella can best be described as a dirty pink shade; as I worked with it more for this post, it reminded me of a cross between MAC’s Expensive Pink (without the duochrome) and MAC’s Jete. It pairs beautifully with neutrals for light, everyday looks, but it can also help to brighten an evening look when worn on the middle of the lid or applied to the inner corner. If you can get away with shimmery shades in the crease, try it there too! Very buttery formula, highly pigmented and incredibly easy to blend on its own or into other colors.

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2 thoughts on “Spotlight On: MakeupGeek Cinderella

  1. So excited to see Makeup Geek looks on your site! I used Cinderella today on the lid, with Mango Tango on outer portion of lid and into the crease, with and Country Girl in outer V. Blended with Mac’s Orb and Blanc Type (lots of blending to tone down Mango Tango a bit on my fair skin, LOL). OH! And added the MUG Afterglow pigment on the center of the lid! A really fun spring look!:-D

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