Today I’ve got a quick tutorial for you with NARS Eye Paints. I really like this formula! While they can be used as an eyeshadow, the way I did here, they’re better suited to eyeliners. You need to blend quickly because of their quick dry down. As you may or may not be able to tell, I’m getting ready to redo the color in my hair, so that’s why it’s flat flat flat today.
One thing I really liked about Solomon Islands is that it is very pigmented! It would be a fabulous base for a lot of colors. It would even work well with Sugarpill Afterparty.
PR + purchased by me.
How to Achieve the Look
1. Pat NARS Solomon Islands onto the inner 3/4 of the lid. Apply Urban Decay Walk of Shame to the browbone and upper crease.
2. Blend NARS Ubangi into the crease and outer corner of the lid.
3. Line the lower lash line with NARS Tatar. Line the upper lash line with Ubangi.
4. Blend NARS Underworld (grey) into the upper crease.
5. Highlight under the brows and at the inner corner with Euphrate.
6. Add mascara. Line the waterline with NARS Abbey Road.
- Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion
- Urban Decay Walk of Shame – browbone
- NARS Solomon Islands – lid
- NARS Ubangi – crease and outer lid, to line upper lashline
- NARS Tatar – lower lash line
- NARS Underworld (grey half) – crease
- NARS Euphrate – highlight at inner corner and under brows
- NARS Abbey Road – waterline
- Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
- NARS Brow Perfector in Suriname
- Pixi Line & Relax Serum (primer)
- NARS Radiant Cream Foundation in Siberia
- NARS Desire – blush
- NARS Velvet Gloss pencil in New Lover
The NARS Eye Paints will be available Sept. 1 at NARS and NARS boutiques. You can see more about the collection here. What do you think about the NARS Eye Paints? Do you like?
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