Beware, this is a photo - heavy post, as I wanted to capture the beautiful shade-shifting duochrome tints in different lighting!
H&M Beauty Global Fusion Collection: Molten Eye Pen - Blue
Inglot AMC Pigment -113
Sleek I-Divine Oh So Special Palette (dark brown, black)
Maybelline Eye Studio Lasting Drama Waterproof Gel Eyeliner Pencil - 608 Glossy Emerald (waterline)
ColourPop Super Shock Shadow - Dare
Make Up Atelier Paris Pearl Powder - PP21 White Orange (brow highlight)
Tammy Tanuka Sigil Inspired Magic Eyeshadow Crystals Of Heliodor - Jewels Crystals. Gold Shimmering Eyeshadow (inner corner highlight)
Revlon Black Mascara
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL:
Step 1: Begin with a blue eye base. I’ve been loving the H&M Beauty Global Fusion Collection: Molten Eye Pens.
Step 2: Then, pat on Inglot’s AMC Pigment in 113 all over the lid.
Step 3: Now, it’s time to start smoking out the eye. Apply a dark brown to the outer ‘v’ and blend upwards into the crease. Then, use a black eyeshadow on the outermost ‘v’ and blend into the brown to add depth. I used Sleek’s Oh So Special Palette here.
Step 4: Apply the same blue base onto the lower lashline.
Step 5: Then, apply Inglot’s 113 pigment over the base.
Step 6: Now, apply a plum-ish taupe shadow onto the crease, warming up the eyes.
Step 7: Apply an emerald green liner onto the waterline. I’m using one from Maybelline.
Step 8: Reapply the black onto the outer ‘v’ as needed to intensify the look.
Step 9: Then, apply ColourPop’s Dare, neon purple with hot pink and violet Ultra-Glitter, to the outer 1/2 of the lid for a stunning duo-chrome pop of color!
Step 10: Now, add false lashes and mascara!
Step 11: I added my go-to highlight, Make Up Atelier Paris Pearl Powder in PP21 White Orange.
Step 12: In the inner corners, I added an iridescent shimmer from Tammy Tanuka. These little touches are what make a glam look stand out! So have fun with adding little accents here and there!
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