Monday, 28 May 2012

Light purple shadows

 Suddenly decided to do a few tutorial posts.
I'll start with this one.

From top:
In 2 it Waterproof eye colour collection in EWF08 Royal Jewels
Revlon Grow Luscious Plumping Mascara in Black
Bottom left: L'Oreal Super Liner 24H Waterproof Gel Eyeliner
Bottom right: Rimmel London Hide the Blemish Concealer

Start with concealer

 Draw the upper liner with black + bottom with white to open up the eyes

Extend the upper liner to elongate your eyes.
If you have long eyes already, just stop where your natural line ends.
Add a thin line of black liner at the bottom of the eyes,
just towards the middle of the eyes.

Make sure it's slightly lower your original line.
Paint on the eyeshadow.

Start from the lightest covering the whole eyelid, (in this case, the pink)
the darker colours should be applied outward according to the contrast.
 Clearer picture of the eyeshadow application.
As you can see, the lightest colour is in the inner corners,
the darker one is at the end.

Put on mascara.
 And we're done. =D

I personally like thick mascara.

It's very simple and looks quite natural.
You don't need any technique to get this look.

Barely visible purple from a distance.

Slightly visible if you're nearer to someone.

The products that I use are all from Watson's.
Can't afford expensive ones. T^T

That's what J_Fish has to show~ Au Revoir~