Monday, April 20, 2015

Makeup Monday: Pink and Orange Sunset Tutorial


Products used: primer,  Urban Decay's X eyeshadow, MAC Vanilla pigmentSugarpill "Birthday Girl"Sugarpill Burning Heart paletteMAC Copperthorn fluidline, Urban Decay 24/7 pencil and liquid liner, Dollywink lashes, MAC "Alpha Girl" beauty powder on cheeks, MAC Divaish on lips in step by step photos, NYX "Tea Rose" in top and final photos.

1. After applying primer, sweep a peachy eyeshadow in the crease and inner corners (I used Urban Decay's X).

2. Pat shimmer white shadow in the center of the lid (I used MAC Vanilla pigment).

3. Pack bright pink shadow in the remainder of your lids (I used Sugarpill "Birthday Girl").

4. Blend the three together, focusing on the outer edges.

5. Now, layer bright orange shadow on the outer edges and pull it partially through the crease (I used  Flamepoint from the Sugarpill Burning Heart palette).

6. Blend, blend, blend.

7. Line your lower lid with MAC Copperthorn fluidline.

8. Layer with orange shadow.

9. Line your lashline and smudge.

10. Add liquid liner and mascara or false lashes. Done!

19 comments:

  1. I'm partial to looks that adds emphasis on the eyes

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  2. Such a classy makeup. You are just beautiful!
    Valentina
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  3. Your makeup is always so flawless, I'm seriously envious of how talented you are!

    Tessa at Bramble & Thorn

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  4. NYX Tea Rose used to be one of my absolute favourites! I should really repurchase it.

    Rachel | www.currentlyrachel.com

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    1. It's such a pretty shade! And their prices are great.

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  5. Such a beautiful and fresh look for Spring!

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  6. So gorgeous! Love the colors - reminds me of a tropical cocktail or a flamingo.

    xo, Michelle
    Neon Rattail

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  7. I am trying to incorporate more color into my eye makeup so this was really helpful. Lining the bottom of the eyes with orange first and adding the black liner adds a nice touch. And Tea Rose looks great on you.

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    1. Thank you! Orange and peach are a good way to start, because they can read as punchier neutrals.

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  8. Good post. Thanks for sharing!
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  9. Makeup is gorgeous, ideal for Spring. :)

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  10. Looks so glowing!

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  11. This is such a beautiful beauty look! You look so fresh and dewy! :)

    Mel xx
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