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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Eyeshadow Lesson (Visual)

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Here are some step-by-step pictures of some creative ways you can play with applying eyeshadow, as well as some before/after pics:

Me WITHOUT A DROP OF MAKEUP (I know scary huh!?? Thank God for makeup! haha)



Me AFTER putting Laura Geller's Spackle Face Primer and Revlon's Skinlights in Buff/Chamoise.



STEP 1:
Apply light eyeshadow base. I chose Revlon's "White Whisper" and blended it with limelight.







STEP 2:
Starting from the middle of your lid, sweep your brush to the outer corner of the lid, and blend.





To achieve this:



If you feel like getting more creative, make your eyes stand out by adding some bold bright colors, in this example I used MAC's "Creme de Violet" and L'oreal's Teal.



STEP 3:
Start by making 'swatches' of each color side by side, blending it with each other little by little.









STEP 4:
Line your lashline with black liquid eyeliner (I used Revlon's "Blackest Black").







See the BIG difference makeup makes? My eye with makeup looks so much more wider and brighter!



STEP 5:
Line bottom lashes with the same colors using a smudge brush.



Almost finished!



Lastly, for eyebrows, shade in your eyebrows with an eyeshadow or eyebrow powder one shade lighter than your natural hair color, using a SMALL BRUSH and follow the natural arch of your eyebrows. DRAWN IN eyebrows are tacky and make you look like a clown. Spray a little hairspray on your eyebrow brush to keep those little flyaway hairs tame! Comb in one direction towards your ear.




Finally, the finished product!

5 comments

Anonymous said...

awesome blog! i will def. be checking this site out more often!!

<3 jen

Ella said...

hi nessa! omg i love this makeup blog space! especially this one because i am in LOVE with eyeshadows & eyeliners :) good job girlfriend!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Nessa,

I was wondering.. you can do something with browns and naturals? Im having a hard time just looking "ok for work" -jeannie

ieatlilbratz said...

Are you like a professional make up artist? Cause you're really really good...

Anonymous said...

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