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Friday, January 23, 2015

Gradient Winged Eyeliner Look: Green, blue and purple

For those of you who follow me and know my makeup well, you know I'm all about the winged liner. So, here's a look for you showing gradient winged liner using green, blue and purple eyeshadow. You can turn pretty much any loose powder eyeshadow into a liquid liner by wetting your brush with water (which is what I used) or any type of foiling product, and mixing the product to the right consistency for applying.

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Eyes (all applied in this order):
Coastal Scents Shadow worx eye primer (applied to upper lid, blending in gently with ring finger) 
Darling Girl Cosmetics Glitter Glue (applied all over upper lid with ring finger)
NYX - Hilight (applied under the brow and blended downward lightly toward just above the crease)
Morgana - Selene Auletes (all over lid, crease and lower lash line)
Morgana - Lady Godiva (outer lash line and winged outward)
Morgana - Lapis Lazuli (middle lash line)
Morgana - Joan de Arc (inner lash line)
NYX - Nude (inner corner/V)
Essence Maximum Definition Mascara - Black (1 coat)

Eyebrows: e.l.f. Baked Eyeshadow - Burnt Plum (applied with a synthetic angled liner brush)

Morgana - Gilded Ballerina
Sobe Powder Foundation - Light Warm (applied with Coastal Scents bionic buffer brush)
Sobe Tinted Illusionist (applied all over face/neck with a large powder brush) 
NYX blush - Taupe (applied just below the cheek bones to contour)
Sobe Blush - Charming (applied to cheek bones and blending back toward the hair line) 

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