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Dubai | Monday, 17 March 2014

Spring Inspired Eye Tutorial





Hey beauties,

Spring fashion and makeup posts are everywhere so I thought why don't I jump on the bandwagon. In this tutorial I focused on the eyes, using soft lilac and violet eyeshadows. So here it goes, pictorial below...


Palettes I used are the Urban Decay Book Of Shadows Vol. IV Redux and the Lorac Pro Palette. I will be listing the products I used while explaining the steps.


Step 1: Start off with a fresh and clean base. Prime your lids. Here I used the Urban Decay Primer Potion.

Step 2: I went ahead and filled in my eyebrows as a guide for the gel liner that I will do at the end. I then used a blending brush and applied Mauve from the Lorac Pro on the outer crease as a transition color.

Step 3: I started placing Grifter from the Book of Shadows and realised it is not as intense as I want it to be. So I wet the shader brush and used the same color on half of the inner lid.

Step 4: With the same wet shader brush but on the other side, I added some Psychedelic Sister on the outer part of the lid. I then added a bit more of Grifter in the middle and blended it to create a gradient and not have sharp edges. Lastly, to add a little bit more intensity to the crease, I used Sable from the Lorac Pro. A little bit goes a long way with this eyeshadow.

Step 5: I added Cream from the Lorac Pro on to the brow bone and Nude on the tear duct to brighten the eye.
I used the Elf Studio Cream Liner to do the winged liner starting from the middle of the lid. Lastly, for the lashes I used the Isadora Build-Up Mascara Extra Volume. No false lashes were added.

Add some concealor  under your eyes, set it with some under eye powder...

And voilĂ ,

On Lips: Maybelline Color  Sensational - Intense Pink 140

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Leave a comment below if you would like me to do a certain type of tutorial!

xo



7 comments

  1. Beautiful eyes and I love how simple and pretty eye look this is :)

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  2. It's so simple yet gorgeous!

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    1. It is so easy and fun to do, you can't go wrong with it
      If you try it out, send me pics!
      xx

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