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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Spring Tutorial: Blueberries & Plums

I never thought that blue and plum would go so well together until I saw this (Jacqueline's makeup looks are inspirational). I love the color combination and have been itching to try it out. Once again, this is not a copy of the original but an inspired one since I wanted something softer that's spring appropriate.

Hope you like it and I really need to show you that Daiso palette, don't I? This blue is AWESOME! *tempts*

Read on for the tutorial.

Items Used

Face:
Garnier UV Protect in Purple
e.l.f. Tone Correcting Concealer
Everyday Minerals Original Glo Foundation in Buttered Tan
Coastalscents Silica Powder
e.l.f. Healthy Glow Powder in Luminance
Everyday Minerals Blush in Snuggle

Eyes:
Urban Decay Primer Potion
MAC Paint Pot in Rollickin
Daiso Jewel Eyecolor (Blue)
MAC Eyeshadow in Prize Bloom (Light Plum)
Smashbox Eyeshadow in Taupe Two (Dark Plum)
NYX Eyeshadow Trio in Lake Moss (Black Plum - MAC Beauty Marked dupe)
MAC Eyeshadow in Ricepaper (Highlight)
MAC Creme Liner in Black
High Curling Mascara from Daiso
Anastasia Brow Powder in Ash Blonde

Lips:
MAC Tendertone Lip Balm in Sweet & Nice


Start off with lid prepped with an eyeshadow primer. Using a synthetic shadow brush, apply Rollickin right below the crease. Then, take a fluffy shadow brush and apply blue eyeshadow over the blue base. Next, take an angled brush to place Prize Bloom on top of the crease. Bring the shadow down to the outer corner of the eye to join with the blue.

Clean off the excess on the brush and blend the edges of Prize Bloom. Blend the separation line between the plum and the blue so that the color combines well. Take a round crease brush and apply Taupe Two into half of the crease bringing down the color to the outer corner of the eye as well. Using a smaller brush, apply Taupe Two on the lower lash line, extending from the upper outer corner.

Get some black plum on the small brush and add depth by blending the shadow on the outer V of the lid. Apply highlight under the brow. Finish off with eyeliner and mascara.

Done!



13 comments:

Askmewhats said...

sooo pretty! i love the pop of color ! And your eyes are wonderful!

Traclyn Yeoh said...

Great job! I like that way that it still look seductive...

[ miss hazel ] said...

Going to Daiso tonight! LOL

jojoba said...

REALLY REALLY GOOD!!!

Piece of Cake said...

great tutorial! it seems like a no brainer :)

Connie said...

Nikki: Thanks dear :) Spring 2009 is all about the colors!

Traclyn: Thank you. Actually I posing only... hehe

Miss Hazel: Let me know if you see anything new! The last time I went loads of the awesome stuff were out of stock. not sure if they replenish their stocks or being in new and different ones.

Jojoba: Thanks :)

Piece of Cake: Thanks. It is a pretty simple look :)

gio said...

It's beautiful! Great job!

ava vampira said...

Thank you for the tutorial. Just happen that I only have blue eyeshadow (loreal) and revlon colorstay in berry bloom. Now I can mix them up and hope i could get beautiful result like you did.
=)

Tine said...

Wow, that's a very impressive blue! And so cheap too! :)

Alex. said...

WOOOOOOT. Trying is asap. :)

Alex. said...

this* lol.

Jenn said...

The blue is sooo nice!!! I like how you paired the colors together... very nice and springy!! :D

Love your lips tooo!! :D

Jessica said...

The colour combo is really nice!! I like!!

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