Today's makeup look is a shimmery gold and purple look which is gorgeous to wear on its own or you can play it up for a nice party or costume look. These masquerade eyes would also suit a Halloween costume. Enjoy!
- NYX Eye Shadow Base-White
- Sleek Oh So Special Eyeshadow Palette (ivory, black,
- Cascada Of Colours Black Eye Pencil
- Tammy Tanuka Sigil Inspired Loose Mineral Eyeshadow-Vampire's Heart
- NYX Jumbo Pencil-Milk
- Tammy Tanuka Sigil Inspired Loose Mineral Eyeshadow-Golden Sand
- Tammy Tanuka Sigil Inspired Loose Mineral Eyeshadow-Fire Dancer (red metallic)
- L'oreal Paris Superliner Gel Eyeliner- Black
- False Eyelashes
- Maybelline Volum' Express The Rocket Mascara - Black
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL:
- Using a black eye pencil, draw a line to outline the crease.
- Then, using a small brush blend the color downwards.
- Using a shimmery purple, apply it to the entire eyelid, leaving the center part blank. I’m using a Tammy Tanuka pigment.
- Now, using a white eye base, I’m using NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk, apply it to the center part of the lid.
- Using a shimmery gold pigment, apply over the white eye base. I’m using Golden Sand by Tammy Tanuka.
- Using a black eye pencil, line the lower lashline.
- Using Sleek’s eyeshadow palette, I’m using the black shadow on the lower lashline to smudge and soften the look.
- Using a black gel liner and a fine pointed brush, apply to the crease to create a harsh line.
- Using Sleek’s palette, I’m using an ivory shadow to apply beneath the brows and to the brow bone area for a highlight.
- Using a metallic red pigment, apply it to the lower lashline beneath the black, for a peek-a-book color.
- Apply black gel liner to the upper lashline to emphasize the lashes.
- Apply black eyeliner to the waterline.
- Finish the look with false lashes and mascara.
- You may stop here for a more wearable look or using a gel liner or eyeliner pen, create a fun design which would be great for a masquerade or even Halloween. You can see I’ve created different variations of this look, so just use your imagination. Creating scalloped edges around the crease are super simple, just draw small upside down u’s or sideways c’s and fill in.
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