Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins Eyes Half Opn

Thursday Night Football Special!  I’m trying to post whenever a game is on, but things happen and Sunday seem to be my only free day.

Team Colors
Aqua, Coral, White, Blue

Official Website

I was going to go on about the glory days of the Dolphins, which is between 1970 to about 1990.  Perfect season, Superbowl runs, Dan Marino, and all of that.  Recently, NFL headlines outside of the ESPN SPORTSCENTER PROPAGANDA MACHINE® involve Richie Incognito allegedly bullying Jonathan Martin, both Miami Dolphins players when the scandal broke out.  It only takes one idiot to ruin everything.  The line between hazing and bullying was crossed but no one really knows when that crossing happened.  This tarnished more than the Dolphins’ overtime victory over the Bengals on Halloween.  All of the NFL looks ugly because this dumbass can’t control himself.

A piece of poop in shape of the Dolphins Logo on a sunshine made of pee Miami Dolphins Eye Shadow Play - Phins Suck

Colors Used
Teal  – Combination.  Urban Decay Eye Shadow in Deep End (limited edition).  Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Shadow in Clinic
Teal Eyeliner – Too Faced Perfect Eyes Eyeliner in Perfect Peacock
Orange – Maybelline Baked Blush in Coral Burst (limited edition)
White – Matt Malloy from theBalm’s Meet Matt(e) Nude Palette
White Eyeliner – Kryolan Eye Liner in Silver. White may work better on you but silver really shows as white on my skin.

Teal is my favorite color.  So when the Miami Dolphins came in for my eye shadow, I literally wanted to use every teal eye shadow in my stock.  Alas I limited my colors to what best matched what I found in pictures and in person.  (Dan Marino jerseys are easy enough to find in sports collection stores.)  You may be able to mix your green and blue eye shadows to have a teal with more nuance.

Also damn it Goodell/Nike design team that isn’t coral it’s orange.  ORANGE I say!  Be sure that your white is on first before you put down your coral.  You’re going to lay down orange in thin layers, not one over saturated layer.  My initial orange on white experiments were done that way and lead to orange creamsicle.    We’re saving that orange creamsicle for Tampa Bay Buccaneers throwback day.

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