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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:

  1. Prep the eye with Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
  2. Line the outer half of the upper and lower lash line with UD Perversion. Smudge Perversion.
  3. Pat Evil Shades Nightshade on the lid.
  4. Smudge Nightshade into Perversion. Line the lower lash line, inner v, and outer v with Nightshade. Extend it out past the lid a bit.
  5. Apply Asphalt lightly into the crease and blend it out.
  6. Use a tiny bit of Evil Shades Devil’s Bonfire in the lower crease to deepen it.
  7. Apply UD Kinky to blend out the edge of Asphalt.
  8. Smudge some Devil’s Bonfire along the outer upper lash line and outer lower lash line.
  9. Apply Evil Shades Wanderflower in the upper crease.
  10. Highlight the browbone with Evil Shades Eerie.
  11. Apply mascara and line the lower waterline with Too Fced Perfect Peacock.
  12. 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?