Tutorial: Everyday Easy Eye

Hi, guys! For today’s post, I wanted to do a simple eye and I’m really happy with how it turned out. I think this look would look great on anyone, it’s so easy and simple, I only used two brushes! Let me know how you guys like it and let me know if there’s anything you’d like to see for Valentine’s day, I have a few looks planned but I’d love to hear any suggestions!

Step one: Prime the eyes and set with loose powder.

Step two: Apply a shimmery brown to the crease, blend to brow bone.

Step three: Apply a matte taupe to the crease, focus it in the crease.

Step four: Apply a matte mauve to the crease and outer corner.

Step five: Apply a shimmery pink/champagne to the lid.

Step six: Apply a cool toned burgundy to the upper lash line using an angled brush. Smoke it outwards using your finger or a Q-tip. Repeat on lower lash line, after concealing.

Step seven: Highlight the inner and outer corner. Apply mascara and do your eyebrows.

FINISHED LOOK:

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PRODUCTS USED:

EYES:

Primer: L’Oréal – Infallible Pro Glow Concealer in 01 Classic Ivory.

Lid: 4*.

Crease: 7*, 1*, 10*, in that order.

Outer corner: 10*.

Highlight: 3*.

Eyeliner (top and bottom lash line): 5*.

Eyebrows: Wet N Wild – Ultimate Brow Retractable in Ash Brown and Essence – Make Me Brow Eyebrow Gel Mascara in 02.

Mascara: Marc Jacobs Beauty – Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara.

Note: I have not included the full look since there isn’t a picture of the full look if you have any questions about it contact me.

*eyeshadows marked with an asterisk are from the Wet n Wild – Color Icon Eyeshadow 10 Pan Palette in Comfort Zone.

What do you guys think of this look? Are there any looks you’d like to see me create in the future?

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