The contrast of Chartreuse and Raisa in this look is simply adorbs. It’s no wonder that Virginia Olsen’s Chartreuse is one of the best sellers. This shade is highly pigmented and easy to blend. However, Raisa might be a little more challenging to apply.
A technique I used for Raisa to pop is that I first used a cream based shadow as a base. Then I patted on the mineral pigments over it. So I guess owning a Nyx Jumbo Pencil in Milk or a Maybelline Color Tattoo 24h in Too Cool (not sure if this is already in the Phils) is really useful. Be mindful NOT to swipe the mineral… you need for the colors to pop, so just pat it on the lid.
For this look, I used a minimal amount of blush and opted for Nyx Pink Lyric for my lips. 🙂
I will be trying to do more looks in the coming days and I’ll be reviewing Virginia Olsen brushes soon so stay tuned!