Turquoise Eye Makeup
I created this stunning look for the night in the town, it’s definitely frosty and sparkly, well suited for night occasions. I had just so much fun creating it and it was my first try using such bold colors.
The products I used for this looks
- ElF Studio Mineral Eye Primer
- Maybelline Expert Wear Eyeshadow in Seaside Turquoise
- Loreal HIP Pigments in Striving 228
- Revlon Luxurious Color, Diamond Lust in Celestial Silver 100
- ElF studio Gel Eyeliner
- Maybelline XXL Pro Intense Black
- A lot of PASSION
If you would like to try it for some night out, please follow the steps:
- Prime the lids and start by using a light blue color on the inner eye lid, now using the Loreal HIP pigments coat your entire lid with the brush supplied with the pigments itself. If you have trouble using loose pigments you can use MAC Fix+ to dampen the brush and it’s easier to apply.
- Using an applicator, line the crease with the sparkly black color shadow, smudge out well a little black color eye shadow of your choice.
- Using the shadow applicator or a flat brush, apply the sparkly silver shade (I used Revlon diamond lush) to the center lid. Blend out the harsh edge.
- Now, use a clean brush to apply the white color in the palette, blending its with the outer corners. Layer the colors to sparkle or color to strengthen the gradient.
- Apply the white shimmery color from the palette in the center of the lid and to the inner part of the lower lash line. Adding shade to the inner corner will give the illusion of a “dropped” inner corner and will result in a more dramatic cat-eye while the outer corner is “lifted”.
- Tight-line the entire waterline with the kohl pencil and seal it with a thick coat of the light blue shade shadow on the lower eye lash.
- Apply eyeliner to the entire lash line with free store to give cat- eye look. Finish with a coat of mascara and false lashes ( I don’t own one now but I will soon).
- Get ready to KILL IT with those looks now.
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