Pink & Orange Spring Eye Makeup Tutorial

7:22:00 PM

Done with my job and I have plenty of time to do my own things now hehe. Decided to play with my eyeshadow palette that I got months ago but never unbox it until last week lolll.


It's LaRoc 183 Colours Eyeshadow Eye Shadow Palette Makeup Kit Set Make Up Professional Box that I don't remember how much it really costs but it was pretty cheap and that's all I remember HAHA. I'm not really a eyeshadow person but since it's so cheap and it comes with 183 colors so why not right!


Tadaa! The colors are so pretty! It comes in a very high quality black hard case with 3 palette inside.


The colors of this palette wins my heart!


Some are shimmery and some are not hehe♡


183 Shades including blushers and bronzers is a plus point for me!

After trying out the palette, I personally think it's a good buy cuz the price is cheap and I get to play with a lot of colors (comes with brushers and bronzers somemore) ! However, I do think that the color of the eyeshadow is not that pigmented that I have to apply 2-3 layers to get a more visible tone (FYI, I didn't apply any eye primer). The texture of the eyeshadow were okay and easy to blend thou! On the other hand, the brushers and bronzers are great for me!


Anyway, I did a Spring Eye Makeup by using the palettes and would like to share it with you guys! Shall we start? *wink 


About the eyeshadow, I only use 3 colors to create this look which are Orange (A) , Baby Pink (B), and White (C).

First of all, apply the Orange eyeshadow all over the lid.


And then adding in the Baby Pink at the outer corner of your eyes and blend it inwards to soften the harsh edge.


With the same Baby Pink that we use just now, apply in on the 1/3 of your lower lash line. Smudge the brush back and forth to create a natural liner.


Once it's done, we will then apply the White eyeshadow on the lower lash line (also the inner corners) and connect it to the Pink liner that we drew earlier. You can also replace the White Eyeshadow with a Gold one!


Meanwhile, you should have something like this and we are done with the eyeshadow's part! Isn't that easy? hehehe

Next, apply the eyeliner. Black or Brown :)


Finally, apply mascara to both top and bottom lashes! And we are done! You can also apply false lashes for your own preferences.


The finished look. Pink and Orange Eye Makeup that suits Spring season!  (・ω<)☆


I also apply the Orange Blusher to match the theme! It's my first time using an Orange blusher and I love it. It makes the whole look feels more "Korean".







TIPS:
If you think the makeup is too light to match with certain occasion and wanted to have a more intense eyes makeup, add Black Liner to your watermark line. Remember to smudge them to avoid having unnatural eyeliner!







If you realise, this is actually my virgin Makeup Tutorial and I hope you enjoy reading this post! 



XOXO.





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