Hi guys! Just wanna share a simple EOTD I did last week. If you're in a hurry and have no time to primp up, but you gotta look your best, a sheer wash of various eyeshadow colors will do! The trick to achieving a decent multicolor lid wash is to choose complementing colors--that way, you don't have to think too much of blending. For newbies, the quickest way to do this is to choose one color in two or three varying hues and intensities. :)
For this tutorial, I worked with the colors Copper, Brown, and Gold. :)
BYS Eyeshadow Palette
Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Eyeshadow Stick
K-Palette Real Lasting Liquid Eyeliner
Benefit Brow Zings
Maybelline Hypercurl Mascara (Black)
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STEP 1: Prime your lids. Using a flat eyeshadow or blender brush and a light copper shade, apply all over your lid to serve as a base.
STEP 2: Using a blender brush and a dark copper eyeshadow, color your creases.
STEP 3: Using a mini blender brush and a sheer gold eyeshadow, dab it starting on the inner lid all the way to the middle part of the lid to get that "Wide Eye" effect. Don't apply too much because we only need the sheer gold eyeshadow to accentuate the look. Yo may opt to apply gold eyeshadow on your teardrop area too.
STEP 4: Using a blender brush and a chocolate brown eyeshadow, color your outer crease lightly and blend all the way to the above crease to give your eyes some depth. You may want to line your lower lid with the chocolate brown eyeshadow to give your eyes better definition.
STEP 5: Apply mascara and eyeliner as usual.
The final look
This eye makeup look goes so well with red, brown, peach, and orange lipstick shades. :)
By the way, this look only takes 5 minutes to d if you're quite skilled with eyeshadow application, and around 8 minutes if you're still new. :) Hope you like this speedy eye makeup look! :)
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