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Today is already my last day in Belgium. Time really flies! Tomorrow I’ll be back in Switzerland, but before I leave I have a special little article ready for you. Remember this one?
In early June I used the e.l.f. 100 Piece Eye Palette to create this full color eye look together with two more. A few weeks ago e.l.f. asked me if I wanted to create a picture tutorial of the look. I’d never done something like that before, but there is a first time for everything so I thought to myself: why not? I used my most epic graphic skillz to put together the tutorial, and on September 1 it will be published on the e.l.f. blog. But you already get to see the picture tutorial in premiere today, here on the blog!
Step 1: Apply the lightest color from the full color look (yellow green) on your whole eye lid. You can use the e.l.f. eye lid primer as a base to make your eyeshadow stay nicely put.
Step 2: Apply the second color (bright green) between the middle and the inner corner of your eye lid.
Step 3: Blend the bright green towards the inner corner of your eye and let it blend with the yellow green base color.
Step 4: Apply the third color (blue), this time between the middle and the outer corner of your eye lid. Again softly blend the edges where the blue touches the green.
Step 5: Apply the darkest color (purple) in the outer corner of your eye. Once again make sure to blend the purple seamlessly with the blue next to it.
Step 6: Feather out the purple in the outer corner of your eye. Go sideways and up a little until there are no more hard lines.
Step 7: Apply a little purple in your crease using a soft back and forth movement. This will add more depth to your eyes.
Step 8: Apply a bit of purple along your lower lash line. Use a thin brush and apply the color with a light hand for a soft result.
What do you think of the tutorial? Is this a look you’d wear?