Hey guys welcome back! Today I’m going to be bringing you a purple duochrome halo eye for hooded eyes. Before I jump into the eye makeup tutorial I just want to remind you to go ahead and click that little subscribe button down below.
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Anyway let’s go ahead and jump into this makeup tutorial. I’ve already applied my eyeshadow primer. I used Ofra Eye Gel Primer today. I’m going to put on a base shade. I’m going to use my foundation which is Kat Von D Light 42 and the bdellium tools 787 brush.
This just basically makes sure that there’s no wet spots on the primer. I’m going to be pulling colors out of my custom GlamTech purple bats palette. I’m going to take Colour Pop 143 with the Sigma E25 brush.
I’m applying 143 to the inner and outer lid because I’m going to create a Halo Eye on my hooded eyes. Next I’m going to take Makeup Geek Pedal Pusher with the Urban Decay Iconic Brush. I’m going to sweep this onto the hood of my eye as a transition shade.
I’m going to use the Sigma E35 and softly blend in circles to diffuse the color. I’m going to put Too Faced Glitter Glue on the center of my lid. I’m going to take Makeup Geek Kaleidoscope with the Urban Decay Moondust Brush.
And now I’m brushing Kaleidoscope onto the center of the eye. Now I’m going back with my Sigma E25 to blend some more. And I’m going back with the Urban Decay Iconic Brush to blend some more. I’m going to take Colour Pop 143 with the Sigma E21 smudge brush on the lower lid.
I’m going back with the Sigma E35 to blend some more. I haven’t done this in quite a while but I’m going to line my lower waterline with NARS Black Valley eye paint. Lining the upper lash line too. The Sigma E06 is my favorite brush for very thin lines around the eyes.
Now that I have my liner on I’m going to put on the rest of my makeup and then I’ll be right back. Alright so now that I have the rest of my makeup on (listed in the description box below) I’m going to go ahead and finish up this eye makeup tutorial.
I’m going to take my base shade which is Kat Von D Light 42 and this Real Techniques Shading Brush to clean up under the eyebrows. I’m going to highlight with the Kat Von D Alchemist palette in Ultra-Violet.
I like using the pointy end under the outer brows. I find this looks the most flattering for my hooded eyes. I’m just going to clean up the edges of this with a Sigma E25 brush, just to make sure it’s not harsh.
Now I have eyelash extensions so I won’t be putting on mascara. But you can obviously put on mascara or false lashes. If you have hooded lids like mine and you want to wear false lashes I recommend the Ardell Demi Wispies.
So let me zoom in to show you the finished eye look. You can see just how cool Kaleidoscope looks on the lid. It has that steely blue silver base and then the shift to pink to violet to turquoise and mint.
I love this color so much. That’s why I thought it would be awesome to create a halo eye with Kaleidoscope. And here’s my finished halo eye. Please be sure to let me know what you think of this whole monochromatic purple look in the comments below.
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