Wings of Envy

Hope you all had a great time during Xmas holidays! Wish you all the best in 2011 year!

It’s time for a new tutorial. This time I was inspired by chocolate. There is nothing more tasty than chocolate cake!

Final look:

How to achieve this look?

Start from preparing your eye with your favourite primer (Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion in my case). Remember to add a bit of it to your lower lid as well. Now, please have a look at this chart. This look is super easy to do!

Step 1:

Apply black pencil to your lid and blend it upwards. Skip inner corner of your eye. Next, cover black pencil with black or very dark grey-ish eyeshadow. Blend harsh lines.

Step 2:

Apply white eyeshadow with golden sparkles to your tear duct area to ‘open’ the eye.

Step 3:

Apply brown eyeshadow to your crease and blend with black. Add a bit of it to the inner corner of the eye and blend with highlight eyeshadow and black.

Step 4:

Apply your highlighter with golden undertone to your brow bone area. Colour should be close to your natural skin tone.

Step 5:

Line your inner part of lower lid with warm brown-ish shade with golden sparkles.

Step 6:

Add brown eyeshadow (the one you used on your crease).

Step 7:

Accent your outer part of lower lid with black. Line your waterline with black pencil.

Step 8:

Line your upper lash line with black sparkling eyeliner. Apply mascara and you are done!

Cosmetics:
– Urban Decay Shadow Primer Potion
– Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Pencil in Zero
– Make Up Store in Jubilee (amazing black with golden sparkles)
– Inglot 124 AMC Shine (lid and middle of lower lid)
– Inglot 457 Double Sp. (brown with golden sparkles in the inner part of lower lid)
– MAC Honesty (tear duct)
– Inglot 118 AMC Shine as a highlight
– L’oreal Superline in Black Cristals (amazing shiny black liquid eyeliner with golden sparkles)
– Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara

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