This must be one of my favorite eye makeup looks! It was one of my AH-HA! moments that resulted in the creation of this look. So many different colors used, all complementing each other flawlessly. I love how the gold, bronze-brown and maroon eyeshadows, and blue matte eyeliner look so perfect alongside one another. The green contact lenses brings the whole look together.
I it very mucheee!
I wore it to a Christmas Eve’s eve gathering with friends and it was perfect for my color-block ensemble of a persimmon-orange top and cobalt-blue shorts.
Pardon the huge and dark eye bags in this picture! Took it before applying undereye concealer.
Eyeshadow Primer – UDPP Eden
Eyelid – MAC Goldmine, Kate Jewel Carat GD-1 Eye Shadow (on top of Goldmine)
Contour Area – MAC Satin Taupe
Outer V – Urban Decay Darkhorse
Highlight – Urban Decay Virgin
Lower Lash Line – Sugaprill Pressed Eyeshadow Love+, NYX Dark Brown (outer 1/3)
Inner Corner – The Face Shop PK103
Eyeliner – Kate Gel Eyeliner BU-1 (I’m glad I used Blue! It really brought out the green lenses)
Eyelash Primer – Shiseido Nourishing Mascara Base
Face Primer – Monistat Chafing Relief Powder-gel
Foundation – Bourjois Flower Perfection Foundation
Face Contouring Powder – NYC Bronzer Sunny
Cheekbone Highlight – MAC Beauty Powder Too Chic
Blush – Canmake Cream Blush Sweet Apricot, NARS Blush Orgasm
Lip Balm – Estee Lauder Lip Conditioner SPF 15
Lip Color – Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar Grandma (That’s the orange on the lips! )
This look was actually a re-creation of this look:
As you can tell, there’s no zoom-in on the eyes coz this picture was taken hastily at my study/dressing table before I went out. It was a night shot, I have no kick-ass studio lighting (actually I have no artificial lighting good enough for night shots), which means the colors are all inaccurate. But I loved it so much I wrote down what products I used and promised to re-create it another day.
Sugarpill Afterparty was used on the inner corner in the above shot, but I switched to The Face Shop Eyeshadow PK103 for its re-creation.
I rarely repeat an eye makeup combination, so wanting to do this again meant that I really like it a lot! A lot! A lot!
Do you have a FAVORITE eye makeup look?
How-To Apply Eye Makeup Tutorials:
Part 1: Where to Apply Eyeshadow
Part 2: Horizontal Gradient Method
Part 3: Defining the Outer V
Part 4: Defining the Contour Area
Part 5: Vertical Gradient Method