Lillee Jean 2016 Rosy Pink Blown Out Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial
*Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, Caramel *Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil, Strawberry Milk
*Morphe Single Eyeshadow Pan(s): Magical Magenta ES58 (lid), Wink For Pink ES33 (inner third of lid and lower lash line), Rosewood ES59 (inner V)
*Morphe 35U Multi-Color Shimmer Eyeshadow Pallet: C4.R2 (transitional shade), C1.R4 (inner V and lower lash line)
*Makeup Geek Gel Liner, Immortal
*Too Faced Better Than Sex
*KoKo Lashes, Marilyn
Ever since I purchased the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Caramel a few weeks ago, my brows have NEVER looked better! Perhaps I’m swooning on how quick it is to fill each brow in followed by a light defining and spoolieing, however they appear more precise and better fit for my face shape. What do you loves think? Anyways, once the brows were filled in and perfected I then moved along to priming my lid’s using Nyx’s Jumbo Eye Pencil in Strawberry Milk, this seems to be my “go to” lately :). The eye pencil was smudged against my lids straight from the stick in quick streaks, from those streaks I took a cleaned ring finger and gently blended the product up towards my brow bone as well as under my lower lash line! The priming base you choose does not necessarily matter, however I do suggest including one with lower end shadows. Speaking of lower end shadows, I actually HAVE NEVER tried the Morphe Brushes eyeshadow collection before until today! Just as I said in my Summery Explosion tutorial the website sorta “turned me off”– not quite fond of the layout, however the products truly have won me over. With that being said, the first color applied to my lid is Magical Magenta, I used a Mac 239 brush to firmly pat the vibrant pink on my entire eyelid! Do be warned a little goes a LONG way (to my surprise hehe), so def work in light building layers. Using that same 239 brush I then picked up Wink For Pink and gently placed it right onto the inner third of my lid, the gradience was stunnnnning, work with the shimmery texture and build it up!
The crease is an huge blow out of color, hence the title name! In order to get that perfect summery gradience you must include a peachy orange such as C4.R2 from the Morphe 35U pallet. The shade was lightly blended into my crease using a M433 Morphe Brush, I tried to stick with side to side blending motions that evenly disbursed a level higher each time, also I aimed for rounded effects rather sharp lines, no tape missy! To add some drama I took Rosewood, a medium rosy hue, and smoothed it into the inner V of my eye with firm side to side blending motions. When it came to Rosewood I went a tad different about the crease, I actually followed the natural creasing of my eye socket for the closest blend possible! The laaaaast shade up is C1.R4, a flirty magenta shade that’ll defiantly smoke things up. Using a much fluffier brush, the Morphe E22 Pointed Blender, I began to gently pat the color right onto the outer third of my lid and lightly dragged it inwards towards my eye socket creasing, moreover the same blending method I used for Rosewood! Don’t be afraid to go full on glam with pigment, the Morphe shadows seem to be VERY build-able, at least from my findings.
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