Today is my friend Andrea’s birthday. As such, I did a purple Evil Shades tutorial for her! Happy Birthday Andrea!
How to achieve the look:
- Prep the eye with Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
- Line the outer half of the upper and lower lash line with UD Perversion. Smudge Perversion.
- Pat Evil Shades Nightshade on the lid.
- Smudge Nightshade into Perversion. Line the lower lash line, inner v, and outer v with Nightshade. Extend it out past the lid a bit.
- Apply Asphalt lightly into the crease and blend it out.
- Use a tiny bit of Evil Shades Devil’s Bonfire in the lower crease to deepen it.
- Apply UD Kinky to blend out the edge of Asphalt.
- Smudge some Devil’s Bonfire along the outer upper lash line and outer lower lash line.
- Apply Evil Shades Wanderflower in the upper crease.
- Highlight the browbone with Evil Shades Eerie.
- Apply mascara and line the lower waterline with Too Fced Perfect Peacock.
- Groom your brows and you’re ready to go.
- Too Faced Shadow Insurance
- Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Perversion – lined and smudged along outer 1/2 of upper and lower lash line
- Evil Shades Nightshade – lid and lower lash line
- Urban Decay Asphalt – crease
- Evil Shades Devil’s Bonfire – lower crease
- Evil Shades Wanderflower – upper crease
- Urban Decay Kinky – browbone
- Evil Shades Eerie – to highlight on browbone and inner corners of eye
- Too Faced Perfect Peacock Liner – lower waterline
- Anastasia clear Tinted Brow Gel
- Skinn Cosmetics Extreme Perfection Self-Setting Line Fill with Sunscreen foundation in Light Cameo
- Skinn Cosmetics Golden Peach – blush
- NARS Super Orgasm – blush
- MAC dazzleglass in Funtabulous
I always love Evil Shades Nightshade, but I forgot how lovely Eerie is for a highlight. I hope Andrea loves this look. I had fun putting it together.
I tried out a new foundation, briefly. It was really heavy and thick on application, I’ll have to try it again, but I didn’t like it initially.
What do you think of this dark look?