My post on Lilting Lilac was back in December, and how time has flown. One of my readers predicted that there would be a Part 2, and she is right.

Here I share with you new faces (since last year), old favorites, and generosity from friends.

Above:
- Maquillage Clean Contrast Eyes in SV844
- Chanel Quadra Eye Shadow in Stage Lights
- Paul & Joe Eye Color in 05 (to be reviewed later)
- MAC Pigments in Violet and Frozen White (off-white with blue/lilac iridescence), in small pots from a lilac-loving friend

- Dior 5-Color Eyeshadow palette in 250 Seascape
- Coffret D’Or 3D Lighting Eyes in 04 Purple Variation
- Clarins Palette Impression in 03 The Mauve Garden
- Anna Sui Pressed Face Powder in 200
- Ferro Eye Candy Shimmer in February

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- (left) Lunasol Sheer Contrast Eyes in 02 Lavender Coral
- (right) Lunasol Scent Form Eyes in 02

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…and one more before there is more:

- Revlon Glimmer Gloss Nail Enamel in 610 Grape Shimmer (upper left)

Other Splashes of Colors:

- Girlie Pink

- Citrus Orange

- New-Leaf Green

- Terrific Turquoise

- Aqua Blue

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Citrine Monday, May 26, 2008

awwww…that’s so romantic (yup, romatic is the first word pop out of my mind when I saw this…)

ha, because of you, I think I really like lilac colored eyeshadow now, it’s one of the color that doesn’t look bad on my face (I can’t pull-off blue at all, pink and orange make me look beaten up black makes me look more sleep deprived, brown…it becomes part of my racoon eyes…*sighs*)

I am jealous of your photo-taking skill too (and your pretty handwriting!)

Oh yeah, I am getting my new camera soon, thanks to 2 gift cards from a church I used to go to, plus a sale on the website(it’s even 50 bucks cheaper than wal-mart) …now I am just looking for some nice backgound for the item(tablecloth maybe?)

Just a little notice, I might do some knock-off of your splash-of-color…but don’t worry it would be a joke compare to yours.

Mina

btw, the display name was citrine b/c I’ve been using that as my screen name forever when I was an more-than-active memeber in some random piano forums.

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PJ Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Hi Mina,

Thank you very much for enjoying this post, and thank you as well for your kind words about my photography and handwriting.

I figure that some people think that lilac is a very dated eyeshadow color, but, as we have seen this year, it has been quite popular. This year’s lilac eyeshadows are softly shimmery, not overly matte or powdery (which can look dated). Great that you enjoy wearing this color. I mostly certainly do as well. :)

I am glad you are getting a new camera. I hope that I will see more lovely photos on your blog! (I like the ones of Juicy Tubes…:)…)

Thank you very much for your comment again! :)

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nilla cookie Thursday, May 29, 2008

I love all your photos! Thanks so much for sharing :)

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PJ Friday, May 30, 2008

Hi Nilla Cookie,

Great to hear from you again!

You are very welcome. I am glad you enjoyed this post! :)

Thank you very much for stopping by my blog again! :)

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Amy Mortensen Wednesday, June 25, 2008

I love lilac shadow. When used well it brings out green eyes. All your Splash of Color photos are great. They would make nice computer backgrounds.

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PJ Saturday, June 28, 2008

Hi Amy,

Thank you for your warm compliment on my Splash of Color photos. I am very glad you enjoy them!

Thank you as well for visiting my blog and posting your comment. Hope to hear from you again, and have a great weekend! :)

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Anonymous Tuesday, July 15, 2008

What a great blog, i love the colour of those eye shadows though I don’t think they will match my red hair.

I really like the blog, you have great take on the world of make-up. If you are looking for some profesional make-up advice I have just completed a course at Open Beauty Learn they do wonderful – Short Beauty Courses.

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PJ Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Hi there,

I see. I am wondering if a warm purple (or plum) would be a better shade for you. I think it might be more suitable than purples.

Thank you very much for sending me the link. I was not aware of the courses you brought up, and they look very interesting. I will definitely have a closer look at the website later on.

Thank you very much for your comment! :)

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