I love the Detroit Opera House.
I think my hair and makeup held up well. The following pictures were taken at the end of the night, as I didn't have time to take any before we left.
from the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette -- Nooner in the crease
Limit to blend out the crease
Strange under the brow
BFTE loose shadow in Orchid on the lid
L'Oreal Voluminous Butterfly Mascara
Tarina Tarantino Hyperliner in Tommy Jet on the lower waterline
NYX Powder Blush in Taupe to contour
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Luminous Flush
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Ultra Lipstick in Rose Aurora (limited edition from 2012)
|from left: BFTE Orchid, Urban Decay Nooner, Limit, and Strange, NYX Taupe blush, Hourglass Luminous Flush blush, Elizabeth Arden Rose Aurora lipstick|
In case you were curious, I wore a black sheath dress with slitted sleeves (the sleeves are elbow length, but have slits in them from the shoulder to the elbow, if that makes sense -- I think it's called a cold-shoulder style or something), and snake print pumps and a snake print clutch.
I wore Color Club Nail Lacquer Cosmic Fate on my nails.
Let's take a closer look at that Eddington knot!
The opera was quite interesting and intense, and rather different from most of the operas produced by the Michigan Opera Theater. Wonderful evening!
|Me and my husband!|
Next month is Puccini's Turandot. I'm already planning my makeup and outfit for it...