Dec 22, 2011

Tutorial: New Year at Poolside



As always, start with priming your eye with your favorite primer:

Apply turquoise eyeshadow to whole lid ( mine is MakeupGeek Poolside, but MAC Cool Heat is quite close dupe, or MUFE #83):

Then apply dark brown to crease (mine is MakeupGeek Bada Bing, but ie. MAC Showstopper might work):

Blend lighter, preferably red-based brown upwards from the crease (Mine is Makeupgeek Goddess & Mocha):

Then add a hint of black shadow to outer corner and crease to bring a bit more depth (I used MUG Corrupt):

Then the glitter.
I used Fyrinnea's Pixie Epoxy, I carefully patted it over the shadow. I also added a hint of MUG White Lies to highlight:

And still being careful, I patted MUFE Diamond powder #008 to middle of the lid:

I did the same thing for the brown area with MUFE Diamond Powder #015:

I also applied the tiniest amount of black glitter (MUFE #110) over the black shadow, and then I lined my upper lashline with liquid black liner:

Then I lined my lower lashline with MUFE Aqua Eyes pencil #12L:

I blended the pencil with MUG Poolside, and liner my waterline with black pencil:

Then I just added mascara:

And finished the look with false lashes:

Done!





PS.
In case you haven't seen yet, my other tutorial with MakeupGeek shadows in online at MUG too:

28 comments:

  1. amazing blue eye shadow! great colours! fantastic make-up!

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  2. Wow, this is really well-made and sooo beautiful !
    *waa* need moa glitter for christmas :D

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  3. both make ups are amazingly pretty! As usual (;
    Belora

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  4. I dont use these colors, but when I see in your make p I like it.

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  5. I always love your make up tutorial!

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  6. love it i don t like those kind of blue green eyeshadow but your look is so great you give me a great idea , awesome.

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  7. Totally gorgeous. I think I need that diamond powder!

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  8. The glitter in the crease is just TOO cool :D

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  9. Ach, so gorgeous, love how you even contoured with the glitter :)

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  10. Awesome! Your so cool:) love what you do!

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  11. awesome! great colorful smokey eye to welcome a new year. I think I'll be wearing smokey eyes on New Year's eve or do a contrast look with a classic eyeliner an red lips - which is my signature makeup for this Christmas.

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  12. this is fabulous!!! loving your blog :)))

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  13. gorgeous

    http://caricollazo.blogspot.com

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  14. I love the torquoise and brown combo! Thanks for the tutorial ♥

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  15. this is great!!
    i think i will use this!

    http://creepyvanityfair.blogspot.com/

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  16. I can only say OMG, this is soooo pretty!

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  17. This is so beautiful :)
    I will have to try this out :)
    hugs

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  18. I like how you added a full face shot. It helps to see the whole balance of the look and not just one eye. It look wearable and not just art. :)

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  19. Wonderful !
    I love these two looks, very nice mix.
    A + for the second in warm colours !

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  20. you are incredible! hands down! I love love it!!!

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  21. You have some AMAZING tutorials!! Thank you for breaking it down step by step! Hoping to try one out for New Year's Eve tomorrow night!! Gorgeous!

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  22. I adore this look! So much amazing sparkle.

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  23. I normally love your tutorials and i really like this look, but i feel like your posts are becoming more and more MUG centered. And then I go on MUG and there's only posts about actual makeup looks like once or twice a season. It's disappointing because I used to really look forward to your more creative looks and now I feel like this blog isn't what it was before, it's more like MUG part 2. :(

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  24. Wow... I wish I could be able do anything close to this or any of your makeups :)
    I try though...
    I first intended on buying SMH eyeshadows but I completly fell in love with your Cranberry Smoke look so I went for Make up Geek's products which I REALLY love, so thanks for that!
    What I'd like to know is how you would compare SMH and MUG overall ? Which brand is best according to you ?
    Thanks :)

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