Friday, August 20, 2010

Plain and Simple!

I wanted to do a tutorial on how I do the 'outer v' portion of my eye to give depth. This is one of my favorite ways to wear eyeshadow and is the 'formula' for creating most of my everyday looks.

This eyeshadow placement looks good on most everyone, but if you have really wide set eyes it can make them appear farther apart so keep that in mind.
You can do this look with any colors, even brights and you can really exaggerate the shape for a more dramatic look.

Enjoy!





Face:
Fyrinnae Velvet Gel primer
Alima Satin Neutral 04
Alima Satin Finishing powder, Hanae
Rock & Republic Spank
Eyes:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
MAC Copperplate
Everyday Minerals Black
Fyrinnae Nijiro
Wet n Wild creme liner
Maybelline the Falsies mascara
Maybelline blonde brow pencil
Lips:
NYX Beige megashines gloss


9 comments:

  1. I can't wait to watch the tutorial on this one!

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  3. Sorry, too many typos in that lol:

    Can I have your eye shape please? I have my hooded creaseless ones where I can't do anything special with them....

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  4. Now I know what to use my fat, pointy brushes for. lol I have been using a steep angle brush, but will give it a go with the pointy. Nice look, I love the natural appeal it has.

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  5. A Nice Wee Lass: I am sure your eyeshape is beautiful :)

    Kimberly: I love that brush for etching in a crease, it's stiff enough to be precise but still very soft.

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  6. Hi! Stupid question,but where do you but Pixie epoxy?I don't know how to use it..:/

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  7. Anur, it just goes right on your lid as a base for the color to stick to. I actually have a video about how to use it as well.

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  8. Ok:) Its just so wet,that it makes a mess.I look your video.
    Thanks:)

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