Thursday, March 3, 2011

Simple Starry Night Look

Simple Night Look

I used these three products. You will need:
  • dark brown shadow
  • Dark/almost black purple
  • Loose golden shadow
  • Light golden shadow
  • White Highlight shadow

Apply the base all over the eyelid and underneath the eyes.

With a brush apply a dark brown to the eyelid not going past the crease.

This is what it should look like when completed.

Now take some deep purple shadow and drag it from the outer edge of the eye to the inner corner but for this look also bring it above the inner eye. This opens up the eyes.

It should look like this when you're done.

Now blend it out with a blending brush. Also bring the colour down to the lower lashes/outer edge of the eye. The change in colour in the photo is due to flash. I realised the other pictures werent doing justice to how pretty the colours were looking.

Now pick up a loose dark golden shadow and put onto lid. There will be fall outs so it might be wise to apply foundation after you have done your eyes. At the same time line your lower lashes with the same shade until the middle of your eye.

It shoudl look something like this after blending it all out.

This is what it should look like when you have have applied the white shadow on the brow bone (underneath your eye). Bring the bottom colour onto the top making two creases, this makes your eyes appear bigger.
Voila! Finished product. You can line your lower lash line with eye liner, but in this instance I thought it was better to leave it and stick with the beauty of the shadows.

Hope you enjoyed this look!

Keep smiling :)

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