It’s been a few days since I’ve worn a colorful makeup look, so I really wanted to create a pictorial of one for you all. This ultra vibrant and dramatic cut-crease look features all matte colors — pink, orange, yellow, purple, and blue. I had so much fun creating this look and absolutely loved how it turned out.
1: Mehron Fire INtense Pressed Powder Palette | 2: Rimmel Transparent Stay Matte Pressed Powder | 3: Hard Candy Medium Light Glamoflauge Heavy Duty Concealer | 4: Wet N Wild Baby’s Got Black Color Icon Kohl Liner Pencil | 5: New York Color Black Liquid Eyeliner | 6: S Lashes Butterfly Mink Eyelashes | 7: Mellow Cosmetics Tehran Liquid Lip Paint
1: Makeup Madeup No. 5 Angled Brush | 2: Jennifer Leong Tapered Pencil Brush | 3: Lauren Luke Flat Eyeshadow Brush | 4: Makeup Madeup No. 6 Flat Eye Brush | 5: Sofi Cosmetics 350 Pointed Liner Brush | 6: Lauren Luke Pencil Brush | 7: Morphe M506 Tapered Mini Blender Brush
On to the tutorial!
Step 1: Apply a primer all over the eye area, then dip a flat angled brush into a hot pink eyeshadow (Hot Pink) and draw a curved line above the natural crease, and wing out the color near the brow tail.
Step 2: Continue to build up the hot pink eyeshadow for maximum vibrancy, then use the same angled brush to blend the color upwards.
Step 3: Use a tapered pencil brush to buff an orange eyeshadow (Inferno) above the hot pink color to create a gradient effect between the two shades.
Step 4: Take a flat eyeshadow brush with some setting powder (or a nude eyeshadow) and lightly blend out the harsh edge.
Step 5: With a flat synthetic brush and a tiny amount of concealer, clean up the crease line by tracing the concealer underneath the line to create a sharp and precise look.
Step 6: Set the concealer in place with the setting powder and flat eyeshadow brush.
Step 7: Use a pointed liner brush to apply a purple eyeshadow (Purple Heat) along the lower lash line.
Step 8: Blend out the purple color with a blue eyeshadow (Ignite) on a pencil brush for a smokey effect.
Step 9: Apply a yellow eyeshadow (Yellow Spark) onto the inner eye area with a small tapered blending brush, then gently sweep the color onto the center of the eye, concentrating the color on top of the lid.
Step 10: Use the same brush to apply a mixture of the purple and blue eyeshadows onto the outer corner, then take the color inward and connect the two colors with the yellow eyeshadow in the top center.
Step 11: Tightline with a black kohl eyeliner pencil.
Step 12: Create a sharp wing with a black liquid eyeliner.
Step 13: Apply on a pair of voluminous false eyelashes to complete the eye look.
Here is the completed makeup look:
Daisy Choker: Daisy Del Sol
I hope you enjoyed this pictorial and thank you for stopping by!