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Friday, August 3, 2012

Wicked Berries Eye Makeup Look + Picture Tutorial

Here's another tutorial for you all! This is something that has been floating around my head for a long time. I do blue and purple looks often and I do purple and red looks often. So I wanted combine them and show you how to to do it. This look reminds me of berries but also has a dark sultry look about it. Which is why I'm calling it Wicked Berries. :-)  Love this so much!

This requires lots of blending!

The main shadows used for this look are from http://www.morganacryptoria.com/

 
 

 
 
 
 
 


Click below for the tutorial!



 Start by applying your favourite eye primer. I used Coastal Scents Shadow Worx Eye Primer. Then apply a very sticky base (Sobe's Stick It!, Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy or Darling Girls Cosmetics Glitter Glue all work great).

 Apply Morgana Cryptoria's Lapis Lazuli (blue) to the inner V with a small brush by patting and lightly sweeping out.

 Apply Morgana Cryptoria's Axe To Grind (purple) to entire lid by patting and blending up into the crease lightly.

 Apply Morgana Cyrptoria's Old Bloody Mary (red) to the outer V by patting then blending inward on the lid and sweeping it into the crease.

 Apply Morgana's Axe To Grind (purple) to the middle lower lash line by patting.

 Apply Morgana Cryptoria's Old Bloody Mary (red) to the outer lower lash line by patting.

 Apply more of Morgana Cryptoria's Lapiz Lazuli (blue) to the inner V and blend outward onto the lid and lower lash line.

 Apply more of Morgana Cryptoria's Old Bloody Mary (red) to the outer V and blend it inward onto the lid and lower lash line.

 Use a large fluffy blending brush and apply a skin tone shadow just below the brow and blend out any harsh edges.

 Apply more of Morgana Cryptoria's Axe To Grind (purple) to the center of the lid, blending into the red and the blue in a zig zag motion. It should turn out looking something like this. :-)

 Apply a black liquid liner. I used Kryolan aqua color in black.

 Apply a white liner to the water line (makes the eyes look huge). I used NYX jumbo pencil in milk.

Apply false lashes and mascara to bottom lashes to complete the look! I used Red Cherry #43 and Cover Girl Lash Blast Fusion Mascara in Very Black.

For the rest of what is on my face:
 
Eyebrows: Sobe Botanicals Fill Me In eyebrow powder Raven and Brunette mix (applied with MAC 266)

Lips: Morgana Cryptoria - Clay Bakin'

Face: 
Skin MD Shielding lotion 
Sobe Powder Foundation - Light Warm (applied with Coastal Scents bionic buffer brush)
Sobe Tinted Illusionist Powder (applied all over face with a large powder brush)
Sobe duochrome blush - Enchanted (applied to cheek bones and blending back toward the hair line) 
 
If you have any questions, please let me know! 
 
 

11 comments:

  1. Those colours look stunning together and the blue really makes everything *pop* gorgeous! <3

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  2. I like the Wicked Berries title. :)

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  3. I jumped with joy to see that this post was a tutorial. I loved it. Thanks.

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  4. Love the combination of colours!

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  5. Yay! I love ur picture tutorials

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  6. Lovely! This must be one of my favourite looks you've done, the blue/purple/red is just lovely.

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  7. Love these colours together! They are gorgeous.

    Clay Bakin' looks great on you!

    Fab tutorial - thanks for sharing!

    Love. Love. Love.

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