Here's a fun, shade shifting duochrome tutorial.
It's dark and smokey and has just the right amount of shimmer with an unexpected color pop!
H&M Cosmetics Eye Colour-To-Go Eyeshadow Pencil - Treasure Hunt
Urban Decay Moondust Eye Shadow - Zodiac
MAC Eyeshadow - Expensive Pink
Tammy Tanuka Pigment Sigil Inspired Shepherdess Jellyfish
MAC Eyeshadow - Stars 'N Rockets
Milani Liquif'Eye Liner - Black (Waterline)
BH Cosmetics BH Hollywood Palette (Black)
Make Up Atelier Paris Pearl Powder - PP21 White Orange
Revlon Mascara - Black
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL:
Step 1: Apply a dark greenish black pencil to the lid. Blend!
Step 2: Apply a light pink or beige to the brow bone as a transition shade. I used MAC’s Expensive Pink here.
Step 3: Then, apply a forest green and gold duochrome eyeshadow to the lid, focusing the product on the center of the lid. I used Urban Decay’s Moondust shadow in Zodiac.
Step 4: Apply a light green pearl pigment to the inner 1/3 of the lid.
Step 5: Apply a pastel lilac eyeshadow to the outer 2/3 of the lower lashline. I used Stars ‘N Rockets from MAC.
Step 6: Then, apply a black eye pencil to the lower waterline. Smudge onto the lower lashline with a black eyeshadow. Also, apply a bit of the black to the outer 'v' for a smokey eye effect.
Step 7: Apply mascara to top and bottom lashes.
Step 8: Finish with a white gold pigment beneath the brows.
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