Saturday, 16 January 2016
eye makeup look sparkly baby pink
Today’s look is a burgundy smoky eye , a wintery shade I rarely use because warm colors don’t look good with my skin tone, but I decided to give it a try as these kind of shades are very popular right now, and the result is actually not too bad !
I started by applying a skin tone eyeshadow in my crease, to help colors blend out seamlessly, and then I applied a mauve rose eyeshadow in my crease, as transition color, using a fluffy blending brush; in my inner and outer corner I patted on a burgundy with a frosty finish, and I also placed it in my lower crease , blending it very well. In the middle of my lid I applied a shimmery peachy eyeshadow, blending out the edges to erase any harsh lines. I intensified the color in the inner and outer corner by adding a bit of a dark chocolate brown eyeshadow on a small blending brush, and this step will give more depth to the look. I smoked out the burgundy in my lower lashline, but if you don’t like grungy looks you can skip this step and move on to eyeliner and mascara! I hope you like it!
Il look di oggi è uno smoky eye sui toni del Bordeaux, che sono tipicamente invernali e che io uso raramente, perchè le tonalità calde non stanno bene con la mia carnagione, ma ho deciso di provare comunque visto che sono molto popolari, e tutto sommato il risultato non è affatto male!
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