I have been really fascinated with the RUBENESQUE Pro Longwear pot by MAC.

I bought it because I fell in love with the colour of the product and I wanted to see what kind of looks I could achieve with it. I originally thought because of the creamy texture, that it would create a shimmery wet look for a nice fashion editorial shoot, but after experimenting with it, it actually works best as a highlighted eyeshadow. The product doesn't move much once applied which makes it a nice product to use everyday. The dark brown eyeshadow that is also featured in this demonstration is 'EMBARK' by MAC (that wasn't photographed). 

Here are the tools and products that I used:

I started off by applying 'EMBARK' in the outer corners, crease and waterline of my eyes with a MAC 224 blending brush. Even though the video is sped up, it is still clear how much I had taken time blending the product out. I then used a MAC 252 brush to apply RUBENESQUE to the inner corner and centre of the eye lids. I then softly blended the two products together with the same blending brush. I curled my eyelashes and applied 'Volume Million lashes' by Loreal Paris.

Here is a final image of the eye close up:

This makeup is very simple and easy to do and great as an everyday look for the summer. This was my first attempt of filming an eye tutorial so I promise that the future ones will be better!



Let me know in the comment section below what you thought of this makeup and if there are any products you want to see me try next.