Here is another brightly colored eye using the new Urban Decay palette. The palette includes some nice warm neutral shades, but I can’t get neutral shades to look as intense on camera as it is in person (at least with my limited photography skills). So brights it is.
|Eyebrows:||Mac Brun Eye Shadow|
|Maybelline Great Lash Clear Gel|
|Base:||Mac Painterly Paint Pot|
|Highlighter:||Mac Short Shorts|
|Crease:||Urban Decay – Cult; Rock & Republic – Denim|
|Lid:||Urban Decay – Omen|
|Inner Corner:||Urban Decay – Junkshow|
|Outer Corner:||Urban Decay – Ace|
|Upper Lash Line:||INGLOT Gel Eyeliner – #77|
|Upper Waterline:||Milani Liquif’Eye – 01 Black|
|Lower Lash Line:||Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil – Rockstar|
|Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil – Asphyxia|
|Mascara:||Clinique High Definition Lashes|
|Mac Prep and Prime – Lash|
|Foundation:||Everyday Minerals Powder – Tan|
Get This Look:
After applying Painterly Paint Pot all over the lid, I put a matte grayed-purple shade (Cult, discontinued) into my crease using a Hakuhodo socket brush. In the end, this shade was too light when compared to the lid shades. So, I applied a matte navy shadow (Denim) on top. I purposefully left the crease more defined since I was taking the darker color further into the inner corner.
I applied Omen, which is a light, iridescent purple on the center of my lid using a shader brush. I used the edge of a Mac 239 to form the Outer V using Ace and also applied Ace to the outer third. Ace is gunmetal shade, but I lightly applied Omen on top of Ace to bring out the purple. Junkshow was applied to the inner corner and blended up toward the crease. Junkshow is incredibly pigmented, so used a light hand during application.