My eyes of the day were inspired by the butterflies in the Mariposa palette and the ethereal look of the Glinda the Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz (and Urban Decay palette infamy). I'm excited that spring is here and the weather is finally starting to warm up, so bright colors and pastels will be the norm!
Here are the products I used for this look (as always I'll let you know exactly how to achieve this on your own):
I really wanted to do something with purples and pinks, but rather than sticking with just the violet color family, I wanted to incorporate the end of frost on my lower lash line. I did this by creating an icy blue on the inner corner that gently melds into the purple. I kept the eyeliner absolutely minimal because I didn't want it to overpower these beautiful colors, as a bold cat-eye can usually make an overwhelming statement and clash with very multicolored eyeshadow.
- Skimp (from the UD Mariposa Palette) all over the brow-bone up to eyebrows
- Limelight (from the UD Mariposa Palette) on the inner 1/3rd of the lid
- Money (from the UD Mariposa Palette) on the middle 1/3rd of the lid, blend with Limelight at border
- Rockstar (from the UD Mariposa Palette) on the outer 1/3rd of the lid, blend with Money at border and apply all over crease generously, making sure the color is as deep as you want it
- Infamous (from the UD Mariposa Palette) used to blend out top border of Rockstar into the brow-bone
- Apply a creamy black eyeliner to the upper lash line (I used Sumita Beauty's Kala Black Color Intense Pencil)
- Line the outer 2/3rds of the lower waterline and lash line with a deep purple (I used Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Ransom)
- "Set" this eyeliner with Rockstar, same eyeshadow used in step 4 above
- Line the inner 1/3rd of the lower waterline and lash line with an icy blue (I used Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal 008 Light Blue)
- "Set" this eyeliner with a light blue eyeshadow (I used the blue half of the shade Aura from the UD Glinda Palette)
- Feather out any parts of the makeup that are too harsh, for me this was the inner corner transition, so I went in with a very light peach to fade the pink eyeshadow I used into my browbone color (UD Glinda Palette "Illusion")
- To finish off the look, I used the black mascara Jordana Best Lash Extreme!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!