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INFOGRAPHIC: Pink Eye Makeup Tutorial (EOTD)

 

Infographic on Pink Eye Makeup Tutorial


Pink eye makeup can be tricky but if done the right way it can prove to something really pretty, feminine and flirty... With this look, I aimed at something non-fussy and yet prettily colorful. Hope you guys like it...









Products Used:
1. MAC Paint Pot in Bare Study
2. MAC Sushi Flower eyeshadow
3. Lakme Eyeconic Kajal - Black
4. Tips & Toes Liquid Eyeliner
5. Maybelline Colossal Volume Express Mascara

Procedure:
1. Prime your eyes.
2. Apply a soft pink eye shadow in the crease with a fluffy blending brush.
3. Apply a shimmer white eyeshadow (cream or powder) on your eyelids.
4. Next line your eyes thickly with a black kohl
5. Smudge the kohl with a smudge brush and then with a blending brush
6. Apply kohl in your lower waterline and a liquid liner on your upper lash line.

Finish the look with 2 coats of mascara...

Hope you liked this quick look...

Comments

  1. You really nailed the "delicate but with a touch of colour" brief!

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  2. Beautiful eyes! You always have flawless make up!

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  3. I love your eyes Samyukta :D

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  4. Very good blog :)....Beautiful eyes n tutorial !

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