Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Makeup Tutorial: Fresh Violet Eyes

I created this simple violet eye look to go with the Space-age holographic Lip Art which you can see here. It's a great look for winter and a fresh trending look to cleanse yourself for the new year.

I used Vellum, a duo chrome white and violet shade which is one of my favourite MAC shadows, and Sugarpill's Diamond Eyes from their Cold Chemistry Palette with a bit of Inglot 101R in the crease.

I kept the cheeks a natural "just came out of the snow" flush with Benefit Hervana and throb blushes mixed together and a touch of MAC Mineralised blush in Gentle on the apples.

This look really shows off your eye lashes and is all about a nice coat of mascara and well combed through lashes. I have a lash growth experiment coming up that tells you how mine got so long and luscious.

And if you're into fun shimmery shadows and fabulous mattes, check out Sugarpill here!

Enjoy the video tutorial on my YouTube Channel here or below!

Video Tutorial

Products Used

Lid, Tear duct & inner lower lashline
M.A.C eye shadow in Vellum

Inglot eyeshadow #111R darkest & medium shades

Brow highlight
Sugarpill pressed eyeshadow in Tako

Lower lid
Inglot eyeshadow #111R along outer lashline
Inglot matte gel eyeliner in #76 on waterline

Benefit Gimme Brow

L'Oréal Telescopic lashes mascara

Benefit Pore-fessional primer
Bourjois Healthy mix Foundation in 51 Light Vanilla
Bourjois Healthy mix Concelaer in 51 Light Vanilla
Purely Cosmetics Diamond Perfect Finish powder

M.A.C Extra Dimension skin finish in Whisper of Gilt
Benefit Hervana blush mixed with
Benefit throb blush along the cheeks
M.A.C Mineralize blush in Gentle on apples of cheeks

Sigma brushes: PE=Performance Eyes kit. MrB=Mr Bunny kit. 

M.A.C 239 brush for lid and brow highlight
Sigma E60 Tapered Blending for crease

Sedona Lace 928 Synthetic Flat Top brush for foundation
M.A.C 224 setting powder for concealer under eyes
Sedona Lace 919 Synthetic Large Paddle brush for setting powder
Hakuhodo S113 highlight for cheek highlight
Napoleon Perdis 20b Reflective contour brush for blush

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