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Quick And Simple Eye Make Up Tutorials/ Ideas (some can be achieved under 5 mins!!!)

posted in Beauty > Makeup
02/22/2015
  • 1- Flush the eye with a light eye shadow (ivory/white/cream/light pink pigments will all be ok) 
2- Add definition by adding some colour in the crease of the brow (look for pigments that resemble a dark sandy colour, a light dirty brown, alternatively even a darker bronzer will do) and blend.
    1- Flush the eye with a light eye shadow (ivory/white/cream/light pink pigments will all be ok)
    2- Add definition by adding some colour in the crease of the brow (look for pigments that resemble a dark sandy colour, a light dirty brown, alternatively even a darker bronzer will do) and blend.
  • 2- remember you are only trying to add a subtle definition so try sticking to the lighter brown shades.
    3- Next line the outside corner of the eyes using a dark pigment (black, chocolate or coffee browns)-I personally prefer brown colours as they look less harsh- using any eyeliner brush (angled will be easier) line the the water/lash line, starting from approximately the middle of the eye (with eye shadows mistakes are less visible and you can always blend it slightly if mistakes occur).
    4- From the bottom lashline drag the colour up creating a flick.
    5- blend slightly (optional)
    -Finished

  • Also try skipping steps 1 & 2 from the previous tutorial and swapping these with one simple step.
- Lightly Flush a peachy coloured blush all over the lid and continue with steps 3-6. And use the same blush on your cheeks! It will create a lovely flushed look ideal for spring :)
    Also try skipping steps 1 & 2 from the previous tutorial and swapping these with one simple step.
    - Lightly Flush a peachy coloured blush all over the lid and continue with steps 3-6. And use the same blush on your cheeks! It will create a lovely flushed look ideal for spring :)
  • Again
- Flush the eye with a light eye shadow
- Define by adding a light brown pigment to the crease and blend 
- Define the eye, by using a coffee brown eyeshadow to line the eye 
- Add mascara
    Again
    - Flush the eye with a light eye shadow
    - Define by adding a light brown pigment to the crease and blend
    - Define the eye, by using a coffee brown eyeshadow to line the eye
    - Add mascara
  • The palate displayed here is an optimal example of the shades needed to create a perfect smokey eye!! 
This tutorial is super easy to make:
1- Flush the lid with a creamy/light pink shade.
2- Use a slightly darker shade on the middle of the lid and on the crease.
    The palate displayed here is an optimal example of the shades needed to create a perfect smokey eye!!
    This tutorial is super easy to make:
    1- Flush the lid with a creamy/light pink shade.
    2- Use a slightly darker shade on the middle of the lid and on the crease.
  • 3- Apply the darker shade on the crease in a < shape, starting from the outer corner up on the crease. And blend any rough lines/shapes.
    4- lastly add some mascara

    5- Optional- if preferred you could also line the eye subtly on the water/lash line as seen in the previous tutorial (and the following).

  • This is a more basic and simple example of the previous tutorial. Really it's the very basic of a natural eye. :)
    This is a more basic and simple example of the previous tutorial. Really it's the very basic of a natural eye. :)
  • Like in the previous examples:
- Flush the eye with a light shade
- Define in a < shape the corner and crease of the eye a darker pink colour, extending it to a quarter of the lid.
-Add slightly more definition lightly adding a darker colour in a < shape.
-Line the eye
-Add mascara
    Like in the previous examples:
    - Flush the eye with a light shade
    - Define in a < shape the corner and crease of the eye a darker pink colour, extending it to a quarter of the lid.
    -Add slightly more definition lightly adding a darker colour in a < shape.
    -Line the eye
    -Add mascara
  • This is a super quick look to achieve!!
1-Lightly Flush the eye with a dark brown or Black eyeshadow. 
2-With a smaller brush (e.g: eyeliner brush) extend the colour under the bottom lash.
3-Line the inner waterline of the eye.
    This is a super quick look to achieve!!
    1-Lightly Flush the eye with a dark brown or Black eyeshadow.
    2-With a smaller brush (e.g: eyeliner brush) extend the colour under the bottom lash.
    3-Line the inner waterline of the eye.
  • 4-Add a shimmery or Gold colour in the inner corner up to the middle of the eye. This will add some sparkle to the eye.
    5- Lastly add some mascara.

  • Another super quick look! 
1-Using a black eyeliner pencil, thickly line the top lid of the eye, and then thinly extend to the bottom lash line.
2-With a eyeshadow brush, blend the eyeliner all over the top lid. 
3-Add a coral sparkly eyeshadow (creamy/pencil) to the crease of the eye to add
    Another super quick look!
    1-Using a black eyeliner pencil, thickly line the top lid of the eye, and then thinly extend to the bottom lash line.
    2-With a eyeshadow brush, blend the eyeliner all over the top lid.
    3-Add a coral sparkly eyeshadow (creamy/pencil) to the crease of the eye to add
  • 3- a pop of colour.
    4-Lastly add some mascara.

  • The following two tutorials, will provide some examples on two different way of lining the eye, and a cat flick. 
For this tutorial: 
-Flush the eye 
-Add some eyeliner 
-Add some mascara
    The following two tutorials, will provide some examples on two different way of lining the eye, and a cat flick.
    For this tutorial:
    -Flush the eye
    -Add some eyeliner
    -Add some mascara
  • Hope you enjoyed this tip and found it useful! Please if you are saving a tip then automatically that means you like it, so please do!! 💾=👍 thank you!!

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