Wednesday, 18 January 2012

A colorful make-up look - Picture Tutorial!

Hello Everyone,

Hope you all had a great week so far. 

I created this look using a lot of eye shadows (read: playing with eyeshadows) - purples, orange, gold and green. When I say that it seem to be very difficult to create, but, believe me it is very very easy (which you will realize it in the pictuto below). Ok, this definitely is an over the top look which would look good on girls night out or may be a dinner party, college/ school festivals, etc. depending on your level of comfort to wear such colorful looks, but this certainly is not an everyday kinda look. If, I am given a choice, I would love to wear it for a girlie night out or a fun party with friends/ family. 

When I completed this look, I realized that it turned out to be spring/ summer look, but, I did not have any season in mind when I started with this look. 


Products Used:
Face:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer Dark
  • MAC Select Cover up concealer in NC 43
  • MAC Studio Fix Fluid foundation in NC 40
  • MAC MSF Natural in Medium Dark
  • MAC blush in Sunbasque
  • MAC Cream Colour Base in Improper Copper
Eyes: 
  • MAC Paint pot in Painterly
  • MAC Hepcat
  • MAC Shock-a-holic (LE)
  • MAC Rule
  • MAC Humid
  • MAC Ricepaper
  • Inglot e/s # 404
  • Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner pencil in Zero
  • MUFE Smoky Lash Mascara
  • MAC Blacktrack fluidline
Lips:
  • NYX lip pencil in Natural
  • Revlon Color Burst lipstick Peach
  • MAC lipglass in Cultured
Stepwise Tutorial:
  • Step 1: Prime your lids using Painterly
  • Step 2: Apply Hepcat all over the lid leaving inner corner black. 

  • Step 3: Apply Rule in the crease and blend


  • Step 4: Apply Shock-a-holic in the outer V


  • Step 5: Apply Inglot # 404 in the inner corner of the lid left blank earlier. 




  • Step 6:  Apply Humid under the outer 2/3rd and Inglot # 404 under the the inner third of the lower lashline. Also, apply Ricepaper under the brows as brow highlight. 

  • Step 7: Apply UD Zero in the water lines, very thin line of Blacktrack on the upper lashline and finish off the look with mascara. 

Here are some more pictures of the completed look: 





Hope that you all liked the look and let me know where would you like to wear such colorful looks and alterations that you may want to do with this look. 

Have a great remaining week. 

Love
Eesha 




13 comments:

  1. lOVED the Look!:)

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  2. Eesha, I always have seen, you do fabulous eye makeup, and carry bright colors really well, are you a make up artist??? I loved the tute. Joined you Via GFC. :)

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  3. @ Angel: Thank you xoxo
    @ Manya: Thanks for the appreciation, but I am not a Make-up artist, I am in fact a Finance professional. :D

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  4. luv luv luv it !! u hv me as a new follower...
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  5. @ Riddhi: Aww... thank you so much such kind words. :-)

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  6. Purple and orange look wonderful together! Hepcat is gorgeous!

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  7. @ Corallista: Yeah, purple & orange together make sunset kind appearance. Hepcat is gorgeous shade, but it's slightly difficult to get the pay-off on lids. :-)

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  8. Love the look! You made Makeup application so simple and easy:)

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  9. Eesha u have started loving Dr.Neeraj looks so much :) it reminds me of him..i loved the pics and how u lined your lower lashline with different shades.

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  10. Lady....how do you manage to use so many shades...blending them so beautifully and yet each shade showing up distinctively...For me..if i start blending, i just end up in a goopy mush of colour :-((

    Hats off...lovely work Eesha

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  11. I am so happy u r doing these looks...Doesnt it just brighten the day, brighten the smile and brighten the eyes...I loved the lashes and Hepcat the most. i am buying one soon.....Thanks Anamika..u r inspiring too so dont forget.

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  12. Radhika from Weekend Ramblings gave a very nice suggestion to make commenting easy. Just turn off the 'Word verification' thing and it would get less annoying and moderate comments manually as it can be difficult.

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  13. @ Ice: Thanks and glad that it was helpful. :-)
    @ Anamika: I always love Neeraj's work, and yes he is definitely an inspiration.
    @ G.G.G.: Thanks Poorni. Practice practice practice is the key for blending eyeshadows. I am not saying that I have mastered it, but, yes it has improved a lot.
    @ Neeraj: Thanks Neeraj. You have inspired me to do such looks. :-)

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