I’m going to use this really bright teal color on her lid now. It’s going to look very similar to her shirt. It’s not going to come out that vibrant on her eyes, but it’s just a really cool color that’s just going to make her eyes pop and don’t be afraid of this color, like really experiment with it.
See if you like it lighter or darker. I’m going to put it on as dark as I can get it just to show you that the color is really cool and you don’t have to be afraid to put it on with some depth. So I’m going to use a small, small compact brush so I can get as much color on her eyelid as possible and it doesn’t swipe away.
Ok so I’m just going to add a little bit at a time to her eyelid. By the lid I mean from the base of the eyelashes up to the crease. Alright, and you’re going to fill this in right, basically where the ball of the eye where the eye protrudes and the surrounding area.
As you can see this color is pretty potent. It pops right away, and the more you add the darker and brighter it gets. So just be patient. Be patient. Be patient and put it on and blend it just till you get the color you’re looking for.
I want it pretty dark or bright. I’m going to put it on as much as I can, or as deep as I can. I’m going to add a little bit more and a little bit more. You see I’m kind of stippling it onto the eye rather than swiping so the color really sticks to the eyelid, and then I’m blending as I go along.
Open. So I’m going to add a little bit more just because this is a dramatic look you know. This is what we’re going for. We might as well really do it up why not. Open. Look how that color pops. It’s amazing.
A little tiny bit more. Don’t worry if you drop some shadow just clean it right up, sweep it right away. Open. And look at that color. How amazing is that?