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Simple Shimmery Neutral Eye Makeup Tutorial

 

Pictorial Tutorial for Sparkly/Shimmery Neutral Brown Eye Makeup


Not every day is a dramatic makeup day and not every night when you go clubbing calls for dark smokey eyes... Sometimes, just sometimes you want to sport some neutral eyeshadows and yet not be left behind off the bandwagon and look glamorous... So for such occasions and situations and moods, I have this super glamorous EOTD tutorial for you guys...

I hope you like it :)




So, first things first...
Here are the products that I have used for the look... The star product of course is MAC Genuine Treasure Paint Pot, but be rest assured that it can be replaced by any shimmery, glittery cream eye shadow :)





Products Used:
1. YSL Touche Eclat Radiant Touch
2. Kryolan Translucent Powder
3. Konal Eyebrow Pencil
4. MAC Genuine Treasure Paint Pot
5. MAC Cork Eyeshadow
6. Stila Smudge Pot in Brown
7. Maybelline Colossal Volume Express Mascara




Tutorial:
1. Clean your eye area and apply a hydrating eye cream
 

2. Apply some concealer/brightener on your under eye area and also on your lids and set it with translucent powder



3. Do up your brows and apply a shimmery eye shadow on your  lids as well as on your lower lashline. I have used MAC Genuine Treasure Paint Pot.


4. Using a soft brown eye shadow, blend away the harsh edges of the cream shadow. I have used MAC Cork Eye shadow.



5. Apply a brown liner/cream shadow and smudge it on your lids and lower lashline to intensify the color and make your eye pop.


6. Finish the look with some generous coats of mascara and you are good to go!


Wasn't this an extremely simple look to do and yet it looks so glamorous, doesn't it? :)

Hope you liked the look and I do hope that you do try out this look... If you do, then upload it on Instagram and do tag me... WOuld love to see all of your interpretations of the look ♥

Love you guys....

Have you seen my latest post on my accessories blog?

Comments

  1. Effortlessly chic tute Suma. Easy to do yet complex to look at. Loved it. <3

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  2. Hey! Could you please review the Kryloan translucent powder? I need a translucent powder that I can easily find in Delhi because my elf one is just a tad too dear to me. :p

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    1. Hey babe.. I will review it next week.. But if you are in a hurry, let me tell you that its a good powder to set your base, is yellow and hence doesn't leave you looking unnatural and is fabulous for people with dry to normal skin... I don't think it would do much in terms of oil control on very oily skin... Plus its cheap! :)

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  3. Wow, loved it totally!! Very well explained dear :)

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  4. This is so pretty! I heart ! :D

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  5. wooahh! awesome and simple tutorial! i will definitely try it out :)

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    1. oh sure so try Shifa and like I said, upload it on Instagram and TAG me! I'd love to see your interpretation ♥

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  6. Hello Samyukta....i just wanted to ask can v use maybelline color tatoo bad 2 bronze as base instead of mac pot...will it give shimmery effect or not????

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    1. Hey Deepti... Maybelline color tattoos should work well as well... However I doubt it will have the shimmery effect since the color tattoos don't have chunky glitter... But all the same it would look beautiful, different from this look but nevertheless beautiful :) Do try and share your interpretation with me ♥

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  7. Hi,

    Good post on eye cream.


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    Thanks!

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