How to paint with blue eyeshadows? – a question that may arise after the next purchase of a palette, where there are blue eye shadows. One of them is the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette.
Until now, the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette does not leave me alone that I decided to show you another difficult makeup option with a palette, and at the same time reveal the topic “How to paint with blue shadows”.
Blue shadows are one of the brightest and most contrasting colors. To learn how to paint with them, it is enough to understand which shades will reveal its “potential”.
- Pink will help with feathering, because making it only one blue is a tricky task, especially for a beginner.
- The silver color diversifies the makeup and serves as a highlight both in the inner corner of the eye and in the center of the moving eyelid.
- And purple will complement the image if it is applied to the entire lower eyelid. It has a great relationship with blue eyeshadows, so don’t be afraid to use them in tandem.
How to paint with blue eyeshadow
First, apply a pink tint to the crease of the eyelid. It will act as a color for shading blue shadows.
Then, in the inner corner of the eye and in the outer, we apply a blue tint.
We bring the lower eyelid with purple shadows.
Apply MAC Mutiny Pigment to the center of the moving eyelid after mixing it with KIKO Mixing Solution.
Apply a silver shade to the inner corner of the eye.
Draw the arrow with Lime Crime Liquid Eyeliner.
Products used with links to cosmetics reviews:
Pixi Beauty by Petra H2O Skintint Foundation
Eyeshadow Primer Potion Tube – Eden – Urban Decay
Urban Decay Electric Palette Tutorial
Pigment for eyes MAC Mutiny Pigment
Eyeshadow diluent KIKO Mixing Solution
Lime Crime Liquid Eyeliner
Mascara Guerlain Cils d’Enfer Mascara 01 Noir