After the super indulgent green witch eyes, I went for something a bit “simpler”. Still, I love the impact of the under the eye liner. It doesn’t pop out as much as I thought it would, so is more wearable then I expected…and simpler to achieve!
After priming, I swept a metallic beige all over my lid up to my brow bone. I then applied a metallic light brown from the inner corner following the crease, just up to where my eyebrows start, blending with the lighter colour.
Using a felt tip eye liner, I lined my upper lash line, pulling it from outside the inner corner, and finished with a flick. On the lower lash line, I used a white eye liner, from about 2/3 of the way towards the outer corner. I then created a white flick, slightly smaller than the black one from the upper lash line.
I followed with crushed pigment from about 1/3 from the inner corner to the outer corner.
Finally, I drew the line parallel to my lower lash line, following my eye shape and flicking it downwards towards the inner corner. I blended some crushed pigment in the centre of the upper lid and finished it off with false eyelashes.
Products I used:
- Urban Decay eye shadows in Midnight Cowgirl and Midnight Rodeo
- MAC crushed pigment in White As Snow
- Studio eye liner in Winter white
- Collection 2000 Extreme felt tip eye liner
- Eylure lashes number 155
- Duo eyelash glue
- Urban Decay eye primer
- MAC brushes 239, 231, 208
- Maybelline Falsies mascara