Over the past few weeks I have been creating new looks for spring with some fun new products. I recently had a client ask me for tips on prom makeup and decided to create a fun, pink eye look! This look is perfect for prom night or just a night out. If you are like me and love doing a glam look all the time, then you will also love this look.
Kat Von D’s Shade and Light Eye Contour Palette (read my review here)
Becca Cosmetics Luminous Blush in Foxglove and Camellia
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Perversion
Anastasia Beverly Hills DIPBROW in Ebony (always remember your brows)
How to Get The Look:
I have been totally in love with the new Luminous Blushes from Becca Cosmetics. In addition to creating soft shimmering cheeks, I have also been using them as eyeshadows as well because I love the finish and they blend so easily.
- After applying my eyeshadow primer all over the lid, I applied the blush in Camellia from my lashline to my crease. I suggest using a soft patting motion with a small eye shadow brush. In order to really make the pink pop I layered on my other favorite luminous blush color in Foxglove.
- Using my favorite crease brush by MAC, Brush 217, I applied the matte black from the Shade and Light Contour Palette, Shax, in the outer-V. I then took a clean crease brush (my other 217) and blended the deep brown shade, Sytry, into the crease for a smokey effect.
- I decided to skip a shimmery highlight on the brow bone, and decided to simply blend some concealer to define my brows and lightly set with the peachy shade Ludwin in the palette.
- With a dramatic eye look, lashes are an essential element. The perfect pair of lashes will help to complete the look and up the glam factor. With my eye shape I prefer a very full lash with this look to open up the eye.
If you would like a video tutorial of the technique, please leave a comment below and I will make that happen! If you try to recreate the look, be sure to tag me on Instagram (@sagebeauty) because I would love to see it.
Omg this is stunning! Which is rare for me to think as I’m not a girly girl into her pinks. Great job xo
Super pretty! Love the contrast with pink and black.
XX, Britta & Carli from http://twinspiration.co/