Anyway I didn’t like how this one turned out but I decided to post it anyway. I haven’t done anything this colourful in a long time now and I thought some of you guys might appreciate it.
I don’t remember what I used exactly, but I did take photos of the actual colours I use so I’m sure you guys can find dupes for it. I think if you own a 120 palette or even and 88 shimmer palette you’ll be able to find colours like it.
|Step 1: Start off with a nice clean eye by ridding of excess oil on the lid|
|Step 2: Prime your whole lid up to the brow. Here I had used MAC Paint Pot in Painterly.|
|First colour you'll need is a nice rich Blue.|
|Step 3: Apply the blue all over hte lid and remember to blend out the harsh lines upward a little|
|Second eyeshadow colour you will need is a bright purple|
|Step 4: Apply the purple in the crease making sure to blend it with the blue.|
Tip: Build the purple up slowly with a fluffy blending blush to avoid piling on too much to begin with.
|Third eyeshadow colour is a vibrant green.|
|Step 5: Pat the green colour onto the centre of the eyelid, on top of the blue|
|Step 6: Blending the green with a fluffy blending brush.|
Tip: keep building the colour and blending it as you go until you reach your desired intensity.
|Fourth eyeshadow colour is a matte black.|
All other previous eyeshadows are pearl/shimmer base, therefore the black should be matte to balance it out.
|Fifth eyeshadow colour is for the highlight of the brow bone. |
I have chosen a very light skintone colour, I'm not much of a white highlight fan.
|Step 8: Highlight your brows and blend the purple to reduce the harshness of the lines.|
|Step 10: This is optional, apply false eyeslahes other just mascara and you're good to go.|
|Step 11: Apply false lashes with glue and remember to cover any glue mark with black eyeshadow.|
|Step 12: Dont' forget to put mascara on to blend your real lashes with the fake.|
Also apply some mascara to your lower lashes.
|I added a little bit of a shimmer ot the inner corners of the eyes later on.|
Comments, tips and advice area always welcome here :)