Colorful Eyeshadow Tutorial - Colorful Eyeshadow Tutorial

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    The sun continues to shine and my need for color only gets stronger and stronger :)

    Here is another colorful make-up that I hope you like! I also show a little tape trick that you can use to quickly get a sharp line at the end of the eye:

    All shadows come from this 180 palette except the black one which is from Paese.

    1. Tape + black eye shadow at the end of the eyelid, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (602)
    2. Fade the edge along the crease line, and then pull off the tape.
    3. Orange, pink, lila and blue eye shadow next to each other on the entire eyelid.
    4. Fade out the edges so that you get nice transitions between the colors.
    5. Light eye shadow in the corner of the eye and at the bottom of the lower lash line.
    Blue eye shadow at the bottom of the lower lash line and outwards under the black shadow.
    6. Black mascara on the upper lashes, Paese Adore 3D Lash Mascara.
    Blue mascara on the lower lashes, IsaDora Precision Mascara (15 Flashy Blue)

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    Brushes I have used:
    Steps 1, 3 & 4 - Nanshy Tapered Crease Brush
    Step 2 - Nanshy Eye Crease Brush
    Step 5 - Nanshy Pencil Brush

    Lipstick, Benecos Natural Lipstick in the shade Peach.

    What do you think? :)

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    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


    1. Very nice! Is the 180 palette something you would recommend? My mom is so jealous because I have your 40 palette hehe :)

      • Glad she's jealous haha :) Yes it absolutely is, but the 40 palette is so small and flexible so it's nice that way, but the 180 palette takes up a lot of space and is quite awkward. On mine, the lid has broken and one of the pallets that you pull to the side has come loose. But it contains more shadows and they are as pigment-rich as the 40 palette so it is also fun :) I use it most now because when you produce a product you have not used for a long time, you are inspired by remembering how much the inspired before haha :)

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