Regardless of whether you are using an eyeshadow primer, always apply a small amount of translucent powder to the eyelids before using powder eyeshadows, this will ensure the shadows blend and apply smoothly.
This week’s tutorial is an intense eye look with a flawless base, suitable for a special occasion or a night out on the town!
All of my tutorials are adjustable, so you can tailor them to suit your needs - for example; if you prefer less coverage then you can opt for a lighter foundation, if you like a smokey eye but find Black to be too intense then just leave off the Black shadow, if you don’t get on with lashes then just opt for lashings of mascara! Each step is optional, just have a play and workout what best suits you.
It’s the perfect product to use when creating that on-trend cut-crease smokey eye that we’re seeing all over Instagram. Metallics are also huge at the moment, so paired with a pink liquid glitter mix, you have a super eye-catching makeup look!
All the products used have been listed and linked in the description bar of the video.
This intense smoky eye is suitable for a night out with girls, date night, Prom or any other evening event.
I’ve used Peach as my accent colour, but you can change it up to suit the colour of your outfit.
Just use the same principle whereby you blend a lighter transition shade (in your chosen colour scheme) through the socket, and build it up using deeper versions of that colour until you’re ready add in Charcoal / Black at the very outer edge for dimension.
All the products used have been linked in the description bar - please note that the Sweet Peach Palette is currently sold out online but should be back soon.
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