Introduction: Lilac Makeup Look
Purple Lipstick!!! Who doesn't want to wear purple lipstick. This is a mermaid vibe makeup look and i feel you may be able to get away with this for a day to day basis but also out there enough for a night out.
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First you want to apply a base to your lid. You can either apply concealer or a eye primer all over the lid and blend it out taking it up into the brow.
With a light beige shade and a large fluffy brush you want to blend this into the crease.
Taking a shade darker you want to do the same this keeping it a little lower than the last shade. This will help it blend easier.
Now with more of a burn beige shade you want to do this step one last time keeping it lower again. Go back and forth with all the brushes and colours making sure it is blended.
To get a sharp crease you want to go back in with your concealer/primer and carve out the lid. Make sure your eyes are open so you can see what the look with look like.
Then with this lilac shimmer shade apply this on the lid from the inner part of the lid too 3/4 of the way out.
With a pencil brush and a brown shade you want to blend this where the lid colour meets the crease colour. This will help everything blend together and deepen up the crease one last time.
Then with your eyeliner apply a wing to your eye.
With a little bit of aqua shimmer blue apply this on the centre of the lid.
With a very light shimmer shadow apply this to the inner corner and brow bone.
Now pop on some lashes and mascara on the top and bottom lashes.
For the waterline apply a lilac coloured eye pencil and this will help your eyes look large and awake. Also apply a little of that burnt brown shade to the lower lash line.
For this look apply a matte purple lipstick.
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