As soon as I got my new Balm Jovi palette, I couldn't wait to try it out. I've also been wanting to give graphic eyeliner a go- it's been trending on catwalks for a couple of seasons now, but I hadn't gotten around to doing a look of my own.
Here it is!
|A graphic eyeliner look done using theBalm's Balm Jovi Palette.|
|Both eyes shown with a graphic eyeliner look done using theBalm's Balm Jovi Palette.|
|Both eyes closed closed with a graphic eyeliner look done using theBalm's Balm Jovi Palette.|
- Use UDPP in Greed on the whole eye lid surface
- Shadows from theBalm's Balm Jovi palette:
- Place Alice Copper on the mobile lid and the outer 1/2 of the crease; extend it out just a little bit past your mobile lid, as though you're exaggerating the crease in line with your eyebrow's curve;
- Place Metal-ica on the inner 1/3 of the mobile lid and the inner 1/2 of the crease;
- Blend the Metal-ica and Alice Copper so that Alice Copper is the dominant shade, only a little lighter;
- Use Adagio under the eyebrow and on the innermost part of the eye to highlight;
- Using a fine eyeliner brush, line the lower lash line (as close as possible to the actual lash and waterline) with Metal-ica;
- UD 24/7 Glide-On eyepencil in Zero in the waterline, and on the top lash line;
- Go over the top lash line liner with Rimmel Exaggerate liquid eyeliner and extend one thin line horizontally from the outer corner of your eye (this is the lower line of the graphic eyeliner) and then go back to the corner of the eye and do a thin line winged out towards the edge of your eyebrow, as though you were doing a cat's eye look.
I think it turned out to be a very wearable take on the graphic eyeliner trend. What do you think?