Worst to first seems to be this season’s story for the Chiefs. This time last season no one took the Chiefs seriously. But they added a new coach, new general manager, new quarterback, and spare parts from the San Francisco 49ers. Wait, the new QB (Alex Smith) was picked up from San Francisco as well. Okay, my mistake. The Chiefs got spare parts from the Green Bay Packers’ front office and the 49ers players roster. Basically they have become the team to beat this season. No, my mistake. The Denver Broncos beat them recently. Also head coach Andy Reid has transformed from a walrus in a green jacket to a giant red tomato. My conclusion is the Chiefs are still formidable until Alex Smith’s documented in-game indecision and Andy Reid’s My-QB-Does-Every-Play-Ever playbook manifest.
Red – Combination. A sheer layer of was Make Up Forever Powder Blush in Tangerine put on top of Kryolan Blusher in 080
Yellow – Sephora Collection Colorful Eyeshadow in Banana Split
White Eyeliner – Kryolan Eye Liner in Silver. White may work better on you but silver really shows as white on my skin.
Aaah sweet Jesus my eyes look huge. Also the color is yellow, not gold. YELLOW! Stupid NFL team colors/marketing crew.
Anyway, eye shadow. Our goal is to make an arrowhead shape from the eyelid. Please do not be surprised to find two fishes on your eyelids without the other colors in place. I wanted to reference Indian war paint without drawing the racism card. So the arrowhead got a tad too abstract when I finished. If you want stronger graphics, please go for it.
Whenever I see Kansas City Chiefs play on TV or if I see an actual uniform in person I always thought the red was an oranged based red. In contrast, the Patriots appear to use a blue based red. If you’re confused and look this up on a search engine, you’re probably going to find lots of links to red lipstick. It’s common in makeup to use this as slight warm or cool leaning bright colors look completely different on each person. It’s okay to switch red color leaning teams (from blue based to orange based, or vice versa), but certain shades of red don’t play nice.