Lillee Jean Vibrant Ocean Grape Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2016
Tonnnnns of eyeshadows, whew! I wish the camera on my iPhone 6+ did not stop recording DURING my demonstration of this makeup look, because otherwise this baby would’ve been a step-by-step pictorial for you beauties out there. Fortunately you still have me to describe each step completed, you just need to have the right mindset, that being FOCUSED and determined, and to have the patience of reading through…this generation PHEW! Just as always I began the eye makeup with a definition of my brows using my favorite Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Auburn. Rather giving you a song and a dance on how to define your eyebrows, I shall skate along to the next step as everyone does their brows differently! If for any reason you’re “scared” of using color, be sure to apply a clear priming base prior this way the shades blend with ease. Since I am veteran in terms of blending with vibrant hues, I skipped the clear priming step and went right ahead to blending Morphe’s Cream Eyeshadow in ‘Blew’ across both my eyelids moving up towards the creasing of my eye socket with a Morphe E22 Pointed Blender. This cream eyeshadow IS our base and our transitional shade, work it in until a disbursed turquoise color is achieved! Switching to my M433 Morphe Brush I swirled into ‘Grape Day‘ eyeshadow and proceeded to softly fluffing it across my lids with side to side windshield wiper motions. Gradual pigment build up will occur, however it’s not necessary as Grape Day later is covered in Sugarpill’s Magpie Loose Eyeshadow! To begin creating drama and dimension to my eyes I took ‘Ocean Frost‘ and softly blended it into the creasing of my eye socket using very gentle and light pressurized circular motions ( Morphe E22 Pointed Blender brush). Many a person are afraid of using a shimmery shade in their crease. What you might not notice, nor realize, is shimmers disburse outwards and their shimmering natures fade, your crease shades DO NOT always have to be matte silly gooses! Going into Center Stage Foiled Eyeshadow by Makeup Geek I picked up my M433 Morphe Brush and smudged it right into the inner V of my eye strongly following the natural creasing of my eye socket, this shade was followed up by ‘Corrupt‘ for a bit of contrast– if needed go back into your fluffy blender to soften the product up.
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