Lillee Jean Ethereal Light Peach Makeup Tutorial 2017
Happy Monday love bunnies! I posted this look during the early hours of the morning via Instagram, but I felt it was worthy enough of being a blog post, since the main scheme is a light peach, which is a timeless and trendy combination. Enjoy cuties, and stay tuned for my two official websites which are coming real soon!
Time to complete this tutorial: 25 Minutes (professionals/myself)
29 Minutes (beginners/ intermediate)
The eye makeup is actually rather easy, you just have to make sure the lashes you choose are fluffy, and not spikey, otherwise, unwanted drama will be added! Ooh, also, being I have two images of the eye makeup in one collage, the below will be tiny.
To begin, I dusted into ‘Caramelized’ eyeshadow with Morphe’s M433 brush, and I swirled the shadow across my lids with tiny circular blends, as well as side-to-side blends until my lids had all-over color. Excess was taken up into my crease. From there I dampened my finger with a cleaned bottle of water, and very lightly mixed the water into ‘Bellini’ Eyeshadow, to only apply it across my lids in full with a main focus on creating uber metallic, and pigmented shadow effects! The same process was completed with a ‘Luscious’ shadow, with the only difference of Luscious being applied towards my inner corners, and tear ducts. Finishing up, I picked up my M433 Brush once more, patted into ‘Charmed, I’m Sure’ shadow, and softly blended the color into my inner c with slight, and concentrated side-to-side motions! This shade should be dragged across the lower lash lines for definition, too. Peaches ‘N Cream was added as a transitional blender to soften up the crease, and bring the colors up towards my brow bones :)!
This portion might be a bit confusing, but bare with me! Right after lining my waterlines with Goldmine Eye Pencil by Urban Decay Cosmetics, I went ahead and smudged on Ciate’s Wonderwand Mascara onto my upper lashes, and lower lashes. It’s best to NOT wiggle the brush, and to apply the product in smooth downward motions to avoid clumps! From there I pulled out my Kiss Ever EZ Trio Lash Collection, along with my beloved Ardell Wipsies in Black. Before adding on any individual falsies, I took the liberty of FIRST applying Ardell’s Wispies close to my upper lash lines– you need a base before you can do anything! Once I had my base set, and dried, I began applying the EZ lashes starting with ‘Medium’ sized lashes first. 2 pairs were applied per eyeball, with 2 on the center (gives an even, and Bambi-eyed effect), and 1 ‘Short’ sized on the inner corners (brings the eyes together, and makes it look more natural, then dramatic). I HIGHLY recommend sticking with the individual lashes, because it gives you as the user more leverage on how dolled up you want your final look!
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