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Tropical Eye Makeup Tutorial

A few months ago, when I was nominated as a finalist for the Allure Magazine Beauty Blogger of the Year Awards, I received a fabulous goody bag filled with amazing products from Revlon. I absolutely fell in love with Revlon’s ColorStay 16 Hour Eye Shadow Quad in Inspired. The pigments are bright, playful, fun and long-lasting. I was preparing to go away on vacation, and the colors in the quad inspired me to create the below eye makeup look. Keep scrolling to learn the steps to follow, so you can get whisked away to the tropical islands with this easy-to-do multi-colored eye makeup look.

Products needed
*Revlon ColorStay 16 Hour Eye Shadow Quad, Inspired
*Revlon Photoready Eye Primer + Brightener
*Revlon Grow Luscious Lash Liner – 001 Onyx
*Angled liner brush
*Mascara

Step 1: Apply the eye primer all over the eye area

Step 2: Line your upper lids and waterline (optional) carefully with the lash liner

Step 3: Using the wand that comes with the quad or another eye shadow brush, apply the champagne color all over your lids all the way up to the brow bone

Step 4: Using your eyeshadow brush pick up a good amount of the green pigment onto he brush and apply on the inner edge of the eye, stopping before the color reaches the center

Step 4

Step 5: Apply the teal pigment, where the green ends and extend the color to the center of your lids

Step 6: Apply the purple pigment where the teal ends and extend to the outer edge of the upper lid

Step 7: Using an angled brush liner, repeat the same color pattern on the bottom lid right under your eyelashes

Step 7

Step 8: Pick up some more of the champagne color and dab it onto the inner corner of each eye in a V shape

Step 8

Step 9: Apply mascara

When you’re done, your eyes should look like this:

I also have a video tutorial on this look, I can post upon request. xoxo

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One response

  1. Wow!!! I super love your eye make up. It looks light and natural. Great color combos too. Great job!

    December 12, 2012 at 8:34 pm

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