Pinks and Purples

Hi! I’m finally posting, wooo!

Sooo, today I thought I’d share with you a look I did not too long ago on one of my friends, Emmy. She came over and I had a little play around and come up with this look.

I used a mixture of colours to get this pinky, purply, holographic look.
A look like this can be perfect for a festival or even a night out if that is your style.
I’m going to give you a brief step-by-step, and, tell you what products I used below to achieve this look.

To begin..
I always prime the eyelid – my holy grail favourite base is the MAC Paintpot in the shade ‘Painterly‘.
I applied Painterly all over the lids and up to the brow bone to create a nice, even base (I usually use a concealer brush to do this).
Next up, I began doing the eye-shadow using a fluffy brush to apply a bright pink shadow in the crease of the eyes. The eye-shadow I chose was ‘Savage’ from the staple Urban Decay ELECTRIC palette. Using a CLEAN fluffy brush I blended the pink out so it transitioned nicely and there were no harsh lines. Taking one of the new Barry M holographic eye toppers (which are amaazing by the way AND under £5!) in the shade ‘Luna’ and applied straight on to the eyelid. Then took the colour ‘Urban’ from the same ELECTRIC palette I began applying this to the outer corners of the eyes and blending it along the eye socket to connect the lid topper with the pink. For the darker outer corner colour you want to take a smaller brush than you used for the pink previously as you want this colour to be in a more precise area.

This was a quick rundown of what I done and used. If you have any questions feel free to message me. 

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