With the mode of Valentines day comming up~ I was inspired to do a pink look~ I'm still thinking of a sweet valentine look to do~ so if I come up with one, I'll deff post it up. If any of you have a request for a particular look, just leave me a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we're going to be doing this look~
So lets get started!
I am using my Inglot Pro 5 Freedom eyeshadow palette. This palette allows you to choose your own shadows in whatever colour you want for $45AUD!
First start off with priming your eyelid. If you don't have a primer, if you have any cream eyeshadow with like pinky tones, you can use that as a base.
I've alread applied my foundation and concealer already ^^
^wow my skin turned out really flawless here ahhaa
Anyway using the hot pink '1' (pearl 449) apply it with a gentle tapping motion onto your eyelid. The hot pink will come out a lot darker than it's suppose to be but don't worry, we're going to fix as the steps goes on. Here i'm using MAC 239 brush. It's an eyeshadow brush with slightly fluffy bristles.
heres what it should look like:
Now using the baby pink from the same palette '2' (D.S 488) apply it gently onto your lids so that it overlaps the already exsisting hot pink. This will tone down the hot pink. However, also bring the baby pink towards your inner corner, so that you lids will have two shades of pink. (I used the same brush, but I just flipped it over)
So start by placing the baby pink eyeshadow onto of the hot pink, and then slowly bringing the baby pink to the inner corners of your lids. Don't put too much baby pink eyeshadow on the hot pink or esle you will lose the essence of the hot pink, and we don't want that
It should look somewhat like this
Notice how my hot pink has been toned down by the light pink yet, you can still see that there is a darker pink under there. Thats the look that we want to achieve. The inner corners has a flow of baby pink eyeshadow there. It creates a sweet innocent look haha.
Now using shadow '3' (AMC Shine 30), using a more fluffy brush such as the MAC 275 to apply this more shimmery shadow on the top edge of the pink.
Also pat this shadow ontop of the baby pink shadow thats on the inner corners of your lid. This will brighten up the colour and also give it a cute shine to the colour since the baby pink is a little light and is also a matted eyeshadow. Now using a blending brush, blend out the line where the two pinks met.
Now, using a stiff eyeshadow packing brush (im using's eco tools eyeshadow brush) mixing the two purples together '4' (AMC Shine 40[the darker purple] & AMC Shine 22 [the lighter purple]) place it on the lower outer corners of your eyes:
^just like that photo, place the purple where I outlined. The arrows that is on that picture is telling you to bring the purple up. When bringing it up, using a swiping motion so that it blends the purple into the pink.
For eyeline, I used a brown gel liner. (MAC's fluidline in Dipbrown) and using KATE's geliner brush, I winged out my eyeliner just like this.
Also, bring the eyeliner down the lower lash half way. This way, the lower lash line won't look so plain and boring. And the contract won't be too big.
Now as you can see, I was in a rush to leave so I forgot to do mascara! so just curl you lashes and coat your lashes!
I use MAC's eyelash curler and Diors 'Doir Show" mascara in black. I'm in love with this mascara, I should do I review on it sometime.
Now apply blush on the apples of your cheeks and you're done! So smile and apply the blush! Use a pink blush to bring out the girlyness in you! ahaha
I used inglots blush in '38'
P.S: I'll put up a list of things I used tomorrow, it's late now and I have school tomorrow morning!