As some of you may have noticed, I didn’t post a “Clean With Me Monday Challenge” this week. My excuse? I’ve had a terrible cold for the past week and just didn’t feel up to doing any extra cleaning.
Instead, I decided to share a fun makeup look I created using teal eyeliner. I don’t know about you, but when I’m sick, I don’t feel very pretty….especially when my nose is red from blowing it every 15 minutes. So, one day, in a desperate attempt to boost my spirits (and my looks :-), I pulled out my Urban Decay Anniversary eyeshadow palette.
The bright teal color, Deep End, called out to me, begging to be used. I don’t often wear this color as I find it a bit difficult to pull off, especially if I’m not going for something too dramatic. If you find yourself in the same boat, give this look a try! Keep in mind, you don’t have to use the exact shadows that I used….look in your stash and find colors that are similar to what I’ve described below. You can also easily substitute a bright green or purple for the teal and I think that would look just as beautiful!
How to get this look:
*Apply your favorite eye primer
*Optional: To make the peach color stand out more, apply Let Me Pop paint pot or a white cream shadow like NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk all over lid, staying below the crease.
*Press Flow eyeshadow on top of cream shadow all over the lid, staying below the crease
*Blend Soft Brown into crease up to brow bone
*Lightly blend Deeper over Soft Brown, concentrating it more in the crease and not up to the brow bone
*Using a pencil brush, apply M.I.A just to the outer part of the crease
*Apply Electric eye liner to lower lash line, extending slightly past the lashes to create a “wing”
*Apply Deep End shadow on top of the eye liner you just applied, fading out the wing at the end
*Apply Damsel eye liner to lower water line and also along the upper lash line, extending slightly past the upper lashes in a “wing”
*If necessary, use M.I.A shadow on a liner brush to slightly smudge and smooth out liner along upper lash line
*Apply Vanilla to inner corner as a highlight and very lightly along the brow bone