This weeks tutorial is going to be focusing on that random unloved colour knocking about the bottom of your makeup case. In my makeup bag that happened to be this chartreuse green, a colour which can look so good, or so so bad. But fear not! I'm here to show you how to put those random colours to good use by teaming them with some neutrals to create this soft smokey look with a colour pop.
Blend a soft, warm brown into the crease using a soft, clean, fluffy brush.
Follow this up with a slightly darker brown in the crease, and blend it into the first colour, creating a nice gradient effect.
PACK that colour on using a flat brush, being careful not to go above the creaseline as this will muddy the colours and ruin the effect.
Line under the eye with a darker tone of whatever colour you used on the lid. I used a deep olive colour for this look.
Finally, finish up with some mascara, and a tiny bit of highlight to the browbone and inner corner
This is a super quick and easy look that looks a lot more difficult than it is, and is great for when you're looking for something with that "wow" factor! We'd love to see your version of this look so feel free to send us some pics to [email protected].
Until next time!