June 29, 2014

First post & easy everyday eye look!

:)Welcome all, I'm Shannon and this is my makeup blog. I've been passionate about makeup since I can remember and have tried a few times to start a makeup blog unsuccessfully but I'm committed to make it work this time! I hope you all will bear with me and come along for the ride:)

Alright! Now, on to this easy every day eye looks featuring an eyeliner that I just picked up the other day that I will certainly be reviewing soon and the Lorac PRO palette (original).

I've started off by priming my eyelid with Elf Eyelid Primer, and putting the Cream color from the Lorac PRO palette all over my lid to make blending and whatnot easier (and to correct any discoloration).

Next I'm going to take the Mauve color with a fluffy shader brush and softly define my crease, just to add a hint of definition. 

And really blend that all into your crease, (but don't bring it above the crease!) making sure it's really subtle and soft.

Next I'm going to take the shade Sable with a fluffy shader brush and concentrate blending that on the outer "V" area of my lid.

Ugh, my eyelids are so vein-y!:( sorry about that. Anywho, now I'm going to take Nude on a flat brush and put that on the middle/inner part of my lid and White on the brow bone. This will really brighten the eye area and make you look much more awake. Along with pulling the whole look together and making it look more polished.

Not as noticable in a photo as it is looking in the mirror but hey, I tried my best to capture it. Now I'm going to line my eyes with my Rimmel London gel waterproof eyeliner in Brown (002).

You don't have to flick out a wing like I did, but I have a weird eye shape and I just prefer it personally! Now to just add mascara and conceal and you're done.:)

Here's the finished look;

(Natural lighting)

(Yellow-lightbulb lighting)

Thanks for bearing with me, guys! I really hope you liked the post and will come back to see what's more to come. Thank for reading, have a great lazy Sunday!

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