BlushPretty Photoshoot, Round Two: Can You Spot The Budget-Friendly Look?

We had another shoot this past weekend at the BlushPretty studio.  This time we were tasked to create high-end versus a budget look using Avon/mark.  Can you tell the difference?

If you can’t tell… then why should I have to? 😉

 ^ Photographer: Rhommel Bernardino (

^ Photographer: Dimitris Lazaridis (

^ Photographer: Rhommel Bernardino (

^ Photographer: Dimitris Lazaridis (

Creative Director: Stephanie Daga
Production Coordinator: Elaine Atkins
Makeup: Arianne De Guzman
Hair: Monica Le
Jewellery: Maria Wing for Stella and Dot

Quick shout out to the other makeup artists in our team this weekend, Tess and Donna Marie, who did an incredible job.  And of course, this would not be possible without Stephanie’s amazing creative direction and Elaine, who provided the wonderful Avon/mark. products for the shoot.  Thank you!

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  • SOSOSOSOSOSOOOO pretty! You did such a fantastic job, Arianne! The blending is superb <3.

  • Looks amazing!!! I’m so happy these turned out so great!!!!

    • Yes, I know Elaine! 😉 I love how the Avon/mark. products performed. But I still won’t reveal which is which. Ha!

  • Ahh! Love. Love! The first look is absolutely tdf – what a sexy navy smokey eye!


    • I know how much you like your navy, B-Rae. 😉 Thank you!

  • Pretty! I love the smokey eyes! The looks stay so clean and fresh, which is what I normally don’t associate with smokey eyes!

    • I definitely wanted to balance the looks so they aren’t so harsh. I love how they turned out too, thanks!

  • These looks are gorgeous. As an incurable navy lover I’m hoping you will divulge which blue shade you used for that first look so I can spend countless hours trying to replicate vain 🙂

  • Nice work! Love both smokey eyes! My latest mission has been to find navy eyeshadow for the perfect smokey eye. I’m so happy your sharing your work on your blog for us to see!

  • Lena

    wow very good job, really love the navy-ness of these navy; sometimes they can be too dark or too blue.

  • Liz

    Oh wow! Gorgeous job, Arianne!