Hello again lovely people!
Today I was getting ready to go pick up Logan from work and so I didn't have a whole lot of time to do my makeup. I was looking at my palettes thinking "I haven't really used my Urban Decay Vice palette in a while, might as well give it a go!" Which is precisely what I did and this is the end result I came up with.
I actually really like this look, and I'm surprised because I'm not one to just go in and mess with crazy colors if I don't have time to clean up the hot mess I -usually- make as a result. I've had my Vice (original) palette for quite some time now but I've steered clear of the crazier colors it contains. However, I've been reading Sultry Suburbia religiously lately and she has inspired me to play with fun colors more. Plus, if I want to be a MUA I need to start straying away from my neutrals.
Onto the word-torial:
Step 1: I took my Elf Eyelid Primer and primed all over my lids and just a timy bit on my lower lash-line.
Step 2: I then took "Annonymous" from my Urban Decay Vice (1) palette and blended it into my crease/transition using a blending brush.
Step 3: I then took "Noise" (a matte hot pink with gold glitter) on a slightly more dense crease brush. Now, I want you to look at this color on your brush, see the glitter? I want you to blow away the glitter gently until as little is left as possible. Then with a light hand blend it from outter crease all the way into your inner crease. Repeat the "dip, blow, blend" method until the color is built up how you prefer.
Step 4: I then took "Vice" on a clean blending brush (or pencil brush, you want this color to be a bit more concentrated and in a smaller area) and gently belnded it into my outter crease/V to add some depth and definition to my eye. It also helps ensure you won't get the ever-unattractive "pink eye" look!
Step 5: After Vice I applied "Echo Beach" with my finger (to help the color kind of melt onto my lid), I wanted to make sure you saw this color. I applied that to the center of my eyelid to the, almost, inner corner.
Step 6: Finally I highlighted my inner corner/tear duct and brow bone with "Annonymous" added a thin line of liquid eyeliner in Black and Kat Von D Sin-Full Lashes mascara.
Note: You can apply the lid colors to your lower lash line if you desire just go in order of lightest (Ech Beach) to darkest (Vice).
That's that! I enjoyed creating this looks and its relatively quick too, which is always a plus.
I hope you'll visit again soon, thanks for reading!:)