This is a look that was inspired by a shirt that I was wearing on the day that I created this look. The shirt had light pink roses on it with little green leaves, and so I decided to match my shirt and my make up. I also bought the Mac lipstick in this look the day before and I really wanted to try it out.
I would say this could be an everyday look, and you could just change the lower lashline colour to match whatever you might be wearing. I do not wear pink a lot so it’s not an everyday look for me. For those of you who do wear pink a lot; do you think that this could be an everyday look?
This is how I got this look:
1. Prime the lid
2. Apply a pink eyeshadow to the entire lid.
3. Apply a brown eye shadow to the outer corner and blend it in to the crease.
4. Apply a dark brown shadow to the outer corner and blend it out into the crease.
5. Apply a dark pink shadow to the outer corner of the eye and blend it towards the center.
6. Apply a highlighting pink to the brow bone.
7. Blend a brown into the outer corner, up to the brow bone and through the crease.
8. apply a white eye shadow to the inner corner of the lid.
9. Apply a light green eye shadow to the inner corner of the lower lash line.
10. Apply a green to the center of the lower lash line.
11. Apply a dark green to the outer corner of the lower lash line and extend the line past the corner as if to create a winged effect.
12. Create a winged eyeliner and use the dark green line as a guide.
13. Add mascara and line the upper waterline.
14. The eyes are complete.
15. Add a pink lipstick to finish the make up look.
Products that I used: essence I Love Stage eyeshadow base; Clinique single eyeshadow in “Disco Pink”; Urban Decay’s Naked Palette in “Buck”, “Darkhorse”; essence pigment in “miss piggy’s lollipop”; Urban Decay’s Naked Palette in “Sin” and “Buck”; essence single eyeshadow in “chill out”; essence pigment in “kiss the frog”; Beauty Treats 88 Professional Palette in colours “Lime green” (shade 48) and “Grass green” (shade 70); essence gel eyeliner in “Midnight in Paris”; essence Maximum Definition mascara; Mac Lipstick in “Please Me”