Thursday, August 14, 2014

Lavender & Glitter Eyeshadow Tutorial for Fall 2014 (Urban Decay's Sustainable palette)

Step 1: I applied the Elf Hydrating Under Eye Primer all over my eyelids.

Step 2: I then applied the Elf Smudge Pot in Pearls of Wisdom to my eyelids as a base.

Step 3: I applied the Elf Smudge Pot in Cruisin Chic to my crease and blended upwards and outwards.

Step 4: I then used the shade Grifter from the Urban Decay Sustainable Palette on the center of my lids, stopping at my crease, inner corner and outer edge.

Step 5: I then applied the shade Flash to the outer edge of my lids.

Step 6: I then applied the shade Uzi to my inner corner of my eyes to make my eyes "pop" a bit.

Step 7: Next I applied the shade Twice baked to my crease and blended it upwards and outwards.

Step 8: I then applied Oil Slick to my outer crease very lightly to my outer crease to add a bit more depth. Go easy with this shade, and blend gently upwards and outwards.

Step 9: I applied Uzi as a highlight. I used a very tiny amount for this.

Step 10: I then lined my upper lash line with the Elf Mineral Eyeliner in Ash, and smudged it with a tiny brush to soften the line.

Step 10: I lined UNDER my lower lash line with the liner in Ash as well and smudged it too.

Step 11: I lined my waterline with the Too Faced Perfect Black Liner.

Step 12: I then applied a coat of black mascara. this one is the Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara.

Step 13:I then used a light nude lippie to compliment the purple on my eyes. This one is Tart's Lipsurgence Lip Shine in Wonder.

Step 14: I then highlighted my face using the Elf baked Highlighter in Moonlight Pearl.

Step 15: Next I used a gel blush. This one Tarte's Awakening. I applied this after the high;lighting/setting step because I did not want the powder to adhere to the gel blush.


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