I have already announced some special posts for Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and lets see what in store for you on Thursdays! Every Thursday I will be doing a step-by-step picture tutorial (hoping to do videos soon as well) of mostly eye makeup looks. Starting today with a Neutral-Plum eye makeup tutorial using MAC eye shadows that I wore HERE.
Finished look :
Products used for this look :
- NYX HD eye shadow base
- MAC eye shadows : (left to right as shown in pic below) Soft Brown, Sable, Twinks
- Colorbar I-Glide pencil : Prunella
- MAC Chromagraphic pencil liner
- L’Oreal Paris Super Liner Instant Impact felt liner
- L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Mascara
- Vega eye lash curler (not pictured)
- Brushes (not pictured)
Step 1 : Prime the eyes – including the browbone and lower lash line area. Blend the primer using fingers till completely absorbed.
Step 2 : Apply Colorbar Prunella in a thick line along upper lash line.
Step 3 : Using a pencil brush (MAC 219) smudge the purple liner.
Step 4 : Apply MAC Sable eye shadow all over lid.
Step 5 : Apply MAC Twinks eye shadow in the crease.
Step 6 : Blend it all the way in along the socket line using wind-wiper motion.
Step 7 : Apply MAC Soft Brown eye shadow in the browbone area and inner corner to blend out Sable and Twinks applied in previous steps.
Step 8 : Apply Twinks halfway along the lower lash line starting from outer corner using a pencil brush.
Step 9 : Curl eye lashes (I used Vega eye lash curler) and apply a thin line of black liner very close to the upper lash line using L’Oreal felt tip liner.
Step 10 : Line waterline with a flesh colored pencil like MAC Chromagraphic pencil. Clean up any fall out/excess product under the eyes and at the outer corner with a moist cotton/tissue at this step.
Step 11 : Finish off with your favorite mascara!
Pair this look with a berry pink/fuchsia lipcolor and warm pink blush! I wore this look with MAC Kissable lip color Scandelicious on the lips!
[note color=”#FFE4C4″] Hope you found the tutorial useful! For any queries regarding the techniques/products used this tutorial, drop me a comment below![/note]