I got some inspiration for this look from Pinterest however the makeup turned out more pink on the Pinterest tutorial even though it was the same makeup, buuuut I wasn’t a huge fan of how pink it was anyways so I am very pleased with how this look turned out.
This look is very easy to accomplish and is perfect for day and is very easy to spice up for the evening. These two pictures are two different days and two slightly different looks.
What I used to accomplish this look:
Urban Decay’s Naked 3 palette
Urban Decay eyeshadow primer
an angled liner brush
Maybelline the Rocket Volume mascara
( I used my fingers to apply all of the eyeshadow except for the liner, I find it leads to less fall out and a more vibrant color)
(In an everyday situation I put on my liquid foundation first then eyeshadow hen concealer and the rest, but for this look I started with the eyeshadow because of how much fall out I had it was easier to clean it up with the foundation. )
Step 1: apply a generous amount of eyeshadow primer to your entire eyelid, the inner corner of your eye and the lower lash line.
Step 2: apply Dust on your lid up to the crease area and out about half way.
Step 3: apply Nooner to the outer V area but not the crease, bring Nooner out a ways, this is dependent on how big you are wanting to make your wing, small wing, bring the shadow out a little bit, big wing drag it farther out.
Step 4: on top of Nooner apply a small amount of Buzz just to add some shimmer and a bit more pink.
Step 5: blend Burnout into the crease
Step 6: use Strange as a highlighter in the brow arch and inner corner
Step 7: use either Darkside or Blackheart as your liner on the top and bottom, I used Blackheart on the top and Darkside on the bottom because I don’t care for a dark bottom lash line.
Like I said this look is easy to go from day to night, keep the liner light and thin for a day look and make it darker and heavier for night look.