FOTD Candy Colored Bright Blue With Urban Decay Chaos
Rosie-Pose would like to inform you that she is queen of everything within paw-striking distance, including board games.
That board game above is Candy Land, and, FYI, the artwork in the latest version is…slightly terrifying. (Or is it just me?)
Speaking of candy, the electric blue on my lower lash and waterlines totally reminds me of sweets from my youth. It’s Urban Decay Chaos 24/7 Shadow Stick in Chaos, a vibrant matte blue with a touch of pearl. The formula’s long-wearing and waterproof, and it sets really quickly. You have less than 30 seconds to blend it out, so blend with a purpose, girl!
I tried it by itself first, and it looked good, but then I got curious, so I added a layer of shimmery blue and purple from Born to Run, my favorite colorful UD eyeshadow palette of all time. I love the rich jewel tones, and every one of the bold, intense shades is still surprisingly wearable. The mattes and shimmers are easy to blend, too. Whenever I’m in the mood for brights, I reach for this palette, and I love it so much that I have a backup. 😁
Now, I’ve worn a LOT of UD over the years, and Born to Run is truly a standout for me, which is why I’m bummed that it appears to have been discontinued. It’s not easy to find anymore; however, I did some digging and found a few online at JC Penney (remember JC Penney!).
If you’re ever looking for discontinued UD products, periodically search the sale section on the Urban Decay website. A friend who works in PR for UD suggested this tip, and it’s turned up gold! I found the sadly discontinued Cannonball Mascara there, and I got three tubes! It’s something to keep in mind if you love a particular UD product that’s no longer stocked on shelves.
Anyway, candy. My childhood next door neighbor Karrie and I would ride our bikes to the corner store to buy candies that would probably break my teeth now if I ate them, ha ha ha! Lemon Heads, Boston Baked Beans, and these little hard blue jawbreaker-like candies whose name I can’t recall… I want to call them “blueberry somethings,” but I can’t remember.
We also loved Nerds and the powder dips where you’d get a sugary stick to dip into even more sugar. 😁 We’d gorge on candy right in front of the store, then take our sugar high onto our bikes and ride around the neighborhood for hours.
By the way, about this look I’m wearing, the upper lid has a swish of black liner via Chanel Hyperblack, which I’ve been extra loving lately. It’s similar to MAC Blacktrack but so much better because it’s darker and more intense (so less layering), and it sticks like glue to lash and waterlines. SO GOOD!
Also, the only base products on my skin are tinted moisturizer and concealer, as I’ve been into very minimal skin lately. And lightweight, dewy medium-coverage Aveeno Tinted Sunscreen has been on repeat.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. In TV news, has anyone seen The White Lotus yet on HBO? I watched the first episode the other night and…I’m just…confused. Is it good? Junk? Strange? I just can’t figure it out. I like so many of the actors in it (like Connie Britton rocks), but it’s not what I expected.
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Your hair looks FAB~U~LOUS!
You look gorgeous! Love your hair! I’ve never had the guts to wear brightly colored shadow or liner.
Love the color of the shirt, it coordinates well with UD Chaos. And those Nikes! I’m digging the color combo.
I looked closely at that Candy Land board. It does look a bit dark and creepy. What happened to the bright, pastel colored candies?
What do you suggest as a starting point for a woman 54 y/o who has never been good at applying makeup or even knows the techniques of good makeup application. I’m a less is more type of personality and I so appreciate makeup that helps one to look polished and enhanced but not made over. I’m ready to learn and be able to have confidence in applying makeup to look my best. Beyond making an appointment with a makeup counter in the mall how would you suggest I approach this situation?
I have the Born to run (one of the few palettes I did hold onto), but find the shades don‘t last as long on my lids as I want them to, no matter which primer I use. Any tips?
The Order of the White Lotus is a secret society in Avatar The Last Airbender, that’s what I’m reminded of.
The blue is so vibrant, looks great on you! And I’d play Candy Land with Rosie anytime.
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