Saturday, July 7, 2012

Peach, Olive, Brown EOTD with Geek Chic

Everyone knows I love Geek Chic Cosmetics. They recently released a collection called "Last Best Hope" inspired by the show Babylon 5, and I think it's my favorite collection of theirs so far. The colors are so pretty and sparkly. 

I did a look yesterday using three of the colors from the collection:

  • Universal Destiny: "...a soft coral-toned peach with a strong, vibrant green shift."
  • Perhaps: "...a warm-toned chocolate brown with a strong turquoise shift." 
  • We Are One: "...a deep-toned olive green with strong antique gold interference and gold/copper sparkle."

Each of these colors is so pretty I could look at them all day long. The photos I took don't remotely capture all of the sparkle, especially in We Are One, which is so amazingly loaded with sparkle. However, Geek Chic has provided video on their site to show the sparkle of each color. We Are One just might blow your mind with its amazing brilliance. 

Here's the look I created with these three colors. I really like how they brightened my entire face. 

Darling Girl About Face Velvet Gel Primer
Mineralogie Cream Concealer #U3
MAC Studio Fix NC25
Urban Decay De-slick Makeup Setting Spray
ICING Blush (no name)
Guerlain Meteorites finishing powder in Teint Rose

Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Darling Girl Glitter Glue
MAC Brule on brow bone
Geek Chic Perhaps in crease and beneath outer 1/3 of lower lash line
Geek Chic We Are One on outer 2/3 of lid and beneath center of lower lash line
Geek Chic Universal Destiny on inner 1/3 of lid, tear duct area, and beneath inner 1/3 of lower lash line
Benefit High Brow on lower waterline, set with MAC Brule
MAC Blacktrack Fluidline on upper lash line
Benefit They’re Real! mascara on lower lashes
Urban Decay SuperCurl mascara on upper lashes
MAC Charcoal Brown eyeshadow on brows

Morgana Cryptoria Twisted Apple Plum lipstick with Fyrinnae Romantique Lip Lustre layered on top 


  1. This is soo pretty!!! I especially love the coral & green together. And I can hardly tell you've used a brown.

    1. The color that looks blue in the photos is actually brown with a blue shift. Totally looks brown IRL, but the camera picked it up as blue!