By Upasana (Entry #9)
Hi all 🙂
Hi all 🙂
Today I am going to do a tutorial, which is more of a creative and artistic, and can be made in use of a photo shoot, editorial stuff, or maybe college fest competitions!! Coming up with a name for this particular tutorial was difficult for me, as always I had no plans in my mind before setting it up, or else I would have thought a name for it then. But anyways, if you like to get a little creative and adventurous at times, just for the sake of creativeness, then you might wanna try this look..
Step 1 :- Prime lids
I applied a white pencil to act as a base, to help the later colors to pop out and stand strong.
Step 2 :- Draw outlines
Then using a small flat angled brush, I made outlines all over my lid using a black eyeshadow, this is irrespective of anything in particular, you can draw any shape you want. I just followed the original shape of my eye for the most area, and the rest is just feathered out.
As you can see, its basically 2 cut-creases extended outwards. You can however use any color to mark the guidelines.
Step 3 :- Fill in the colors
Then using a flat brush, I packed some black eyeshadow in the very inner corner of the eye to get that rustic+solid look. The same goes on the outer V point too, with that you should be left with a single bare spot in the middle.
Then fill the in bare place with any color you want, I filled it in with a Henna color eyeshadow.
Step 4 :- Blend Guidelines
Then using a fluffy crease brush, I blended the crease guidelines with a matte dark green color to get a dominant yet defined color. I also placed some fluorescent yellow shadow to highlight the brown bone, which highlights the look in a different way rather than the traditional style, because in this look it imparts a whole diverse gradient to already present elements (uufff.. what did I just said 😀 😛 )
Step 5 :- At last I brushed a matte purple eyeshdow across the lower lash line to give a distinct color, and to break the monotony of “Green”, applied a thin line of black liner along the upper lash line, filled in water line with a black kohl pencil, lots of mascara and applied falsies.
This is the final look 🙂
Products used :-
- Nyx Jumbo eye pencil – milk (as base)
- MAC Carbon – (for crease, filling, and markings)
- Henna green, White shadow – Sleek Acid-i-divine palette
- Coastal Scents Hot pot – Prehistoric Green (For blending)
- MyFace cosmetics Slinky matte eyeliner
- Maybelline Colossal kajal
- Lashem double trouble mascara
- Eye Lash glue
- Loreal tru-match concealer
Hope you liked the look 🙂 Thanks for reading the post :-*