Turquoise eyeshadow tutorial

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    Today's make-up is a cut crease make-up that feels incredibly summery and nice!

    Reminiscent of the make-up as I had at the Finest Awards for those of you who liked it, but today's a little easier to do :)

    Offers a step-by-step description too, yeeeeey!


    What do you think? :)

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    1. White eye shadow on the entire eyelid, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (601)
    2. Sketch the shape with black eye shadow, both the globe line and the eyeliner wing, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (602)
    3. Brown eye shadow across the black line, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (604)4. Fade the edge of the brown shade.
    5. Black eyeliner with wing, + eyeliner along the globe line for a sharper edge, Palina Perfect Liner.
    6. Turquoise eyeliner along the waterline, Yves Rocher Waterproof Eyeliner (05 Turquoise)*
    White eye shadow under the eyeliner wing.
    7. Turquoise eye shadow along the lower lash line, Paese Neo Eyeshadow (687)
    8. Green mascara on the lower lashes, Zuii Organic Mascara (Esmerald)
    9. Black mascara on the upper lashes, Paese Adore 3D Lash Mascara.

    Brushes I have used:
    Steps 1 & 4 - Nanshy Tapered Crease Brush
    Steps 2, 3, 6 & 7 - Nanshy Angled Detailer.


    The raspberry red lips are Benecos Natural Lipstick in the shade Just Red, which I have dabbed with my finger to get a nice red color that is not as red-red as the lipstick becomes if you paint directly on the lip. Fint va? :)

    The white nail polish is Paese Nail Polish in shade 102.


    Hope you all have a wonderful Friday!

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    Helena Amileyhttps://www.imakeyousmile.se
    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. Hi, have a question about eye primer. Should you have foundation underneath and have eye primer over or vice versa? Nice make-up!

    2. Hey!
      I have a question regarding the Foundation. I use primer before I apply it, but still it settles in my pores and looks like dots of color from the foundation. Is it the case that this particular foundation does not suit me or is it possible to do something so that it does not settle in the pores? Which Foundation, bb-Cream or cc-cream do you think is best if you have oily skin? Hug.

      • Is it a face primer that fills pores? And will your foundation be so even without primer? This can be the case with some pore-filling primers, but it is not visible until the foundation has been applied. However, I do not really know why it happens, I have only noticed it over time when applying make-up to others, I have never felt this way about myself. What I do then is simply work the foundation a little extra into the skin and sort of massage it into the skin. Then the dots usually disappear. On oily skin, I like mineral foundation the best! It will be very nice and also has a slightly absorbing ability. Lumenes cc cream also works well on oily skin, I think. Hug!

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