Here is a look using some of the goodies I acquired while in Hawaii 🙂
This was better blended in real life, it kinda pictured strange. Basically, this tutorial implements the use of a black base in order to make a pigment colour really pop. I love the duo-chromy-ness (yes, real word) of this pigment, it can look blue and/or brown depending on the angle.
Prime eyelid with face primer then apply MAC Blackground paint pot onto the lid with a 217 brush, feathering into the crease. I used a face primer because I find it helps Blackground blend a little easier.
Blend MAC Brown Script through the crease with a 217 brush. Smudge MAC Blackground onto the lower lashline and again, blend with Brown Script. If you don’t own Brown Script, any warm brown or orange shadow will do the trick.
Pat MAC Blue Brown Pigment on the lid with a flat brush. Also pat this shade on the lower lashline. I also highlighted my brow bone here with MAC Vanilla.
Highlight your inner corner and tear duct (I used Chanel Perlees palette). Line your upper waterline with a black pencil liner (I used RBR Eye Kohl) and your lower waterline with whatever you please (I used MAC Teddy). Apply mascara and lashes, if that floats your boat (I used a few Ardell individuals and Lancome Hypnose mascara).
Anddd you’re done! This is the entire face look.
Face- Armani Lasting Silk, Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder
Brows- SUQQU Brow Pen
Lips- Clear gloss.
All suggestions and thoughts welcome!