Today, I felt like doing something with pink and purple since spring is almost here. This look is more involved than most of the looks I usually do so I tried to break it up into three main parts to make it easier to follow. I used a variety of products but you can recreate this with any similar colors you might have on hand. You need a set of neutral eyeshadows, a bright pink eyeshadow, purple and silver eyeliners, and a black liquid liner to recreate this look.
Products used and how I created this look:
First, I created a clean canvas…
- Mac Studio Finish Concealer in NW20 – Using a concealer brush, I applied this around the edges of my eyebrows, to give them a cleaner, crisper look.
- It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Corrector in Light – Using the same concealer brush, I applied this to my dark circles and inner and outer corners of my eyes to cancel out any purple tones.
- It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer in Neutral Medium – Using the same concealer brush, I applied this over the corrector for an added bit of coverage.
- Guerlain Meteorites Pressed Powder in Teint Rose – Using a small, fluffy brush, I applied this lightly over the concealer to set it.
- Palladio Eye Liner in Taupe – First, I sharpened the eyeliner to get a nice sharp point. Then, I applied it to the arches and along the top and bottom parts of my brows to give them a clean shape. I used a spoolie to go over the lines (especially toward the inner part of my brow) to make sure there were no harsh lines.
- Anastasia Brow Powder Duo in Taupe – I used an angled brush and applied only the lighter side of the powder to the inner parts of my brow to fill them in.
- NYX HD Eye Shadow Base – Using my ring finger, I patted this all over the lid to help the eyeshadow look a bit more vibrant and to prevent creasing.
Then, I created a basic contoured eyeshadow look for the base of the look using shades from the Lorac Pro Palette…
- Lorac Cream Eyeshadow – I used a fluffy brush to apply this all over the lid to further help prevent creasing and to make the darker and more colorful shades easier to blend.
- Lorac White Eyeshadow – I used a small, flat shader brush and applied this to the inner corner of my eye and just below the center of my brow for a highlight.
- Lorac Light Pink Eyeshadow – Using the same small, flat shader brush, I applied this to the inner 1/3 of my eyelid.
- Lorac Taupe Eyeshadow – Using a fluffy crease brush, I applied this to the crease and blended it out well. Creating a contour in the crease helps give balance to a more colorful eyeshadow look.
- Lorac Espresso Eyeshadow – Using my small, flat shader brush, I applied a tiny amount of this to my outer lid and then I used a blending brush to pull it into the outer crease. This gives more definition to the outer part of the eye.
Finally, I added the brighter colors and finished the look…
- Bright pink eyeshadow from the Pop Beauty Bright Up Your Life palette – Using the small, flat shader brush, I applied this to the center of my lid.
- Maybelline Color Tattoo Pure Pigment Eyeshadow in Pink Rebel – I applied this with my shader brush on top of the bright pink from the previous step for a little sparkle. I pulled this color slightly up into the crease. Sorry, I forgot to include this in the picture below that shows all the products I used.
- NYX Slide On Eyeliner in Platinum – I applied this around my tear duct and to the outer part of my lower lash line.
- Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in Psychedelic Sister – I applied this to my lower waterline and to my lower lash line for a pop of purple.
- Lorac Front of the Line Pro Liquid Eye Liner in Black – I applied a thin line to my upper lash line and made sure the wing was right above the silver eyeliner.
- Covergirl Lash Blast Length Mascara in Very Black – First, I curled my lashes and then I applied 2-3 coats of this to my upper lashes and 1 coat to my lower lashes.