Hey pretty ladies! Today, I have a gorgeous spring makeup look to share with you all. I was inspired by the pretty colours on my flower crown that I recently bought. So, I decided to recreate an eye makeup look for you girlies. Let's begin!!..
I have already applied my face makeup. Now, we need to prime our eyes to ensure that the eye-shadow will last throughout the day and not slip and slide.
Then, grab your favourite white eye-liner and apply it all over your eye-lids. It will act as a base and will also help your eye-shadow pop and be more vibrant.
For the entire eye color, grab a shimmery mahogany red. I'm using the crease color from my Maybelline quad in Designer Chocolates. Apply this color to your eye-lids.
Now, for the center and inner corners of your eye lids, apply a champagne beigey color. The combination of the two colors create a very pretty rose-gold effect. I'm using Loreal's Infallible Eyeshadow in Hourglass Beige.
As for the crease, I use the deepest color from my blush. Yes, blush. Great duo purpose product. Be sure to blend out the colours. To make my eyes stand out even more, I added a touch of pink shimmer loose powder to the center of my eye lids. Mine is from Chi Chi. This is optional, but I think it just make your eyes pop and it's super pretty.
Then, to define your eyes. I lined my under eyes with a brown liner. For the day time, I prefer lining my eyes with a brown liner or brown eyes shadow because it looks softer and more subtle than a black liner. For my upper lash line, I lined my eyes with a gel liner and winged it out. After that, it's time to curl your lashes and apply mascara.
Feel free to put on some falsies if you'd like to. I went with these accent falsies for the corner of my eyes for that flirty girly look.
To finish off the look, put on your favourite coral pink lipstick and you're goood to go!
Taa-daaa! What do you guys think? I think it turned out super pretty and perfect for spring. It's pretty wearable for the day time too. I hope you all enjoy this little makeup look. Until next time...