Monday, April 7, 2014

Painted Purple: Smokey and Cat-Eye Purple Eye Makeup Looks

Here's another installment of my Color Tattoo Series, and I chose to do some looks with the Maybelline Color Tattoo in Painted Purple. This is one of my favorite cream eyeshadows of all time because of its gorgeous jewel-toned purple color. Purple is my favorite color, so I couldn't limit myself to one look for this post! Here are the two looks I did using this product:

Smokey Purple Eye Makeup:



Products Used:
-Mary Kay Eyeshadow Primer
-Maybelline Color Tattoo in Painted Purple
-Maybelline Pure Pigment in Potent Purple
-Mary Kay Mineral Eyeshadow in Coal
-Too Faced White Chocolate Eyeshadow
-Urban Decay 24/7 Eye Pencil in Zero
-Mary Kay Lash Love Mascara

Purple Cat-Eye Makeup:




Products Used:
-Urban Decay Primer Potion
-Maybelline Color Tattoo in Painted Purple
-Mary Kay Sweet Plum Mineral Eyeshadow
-Mary Kay Coal Mineral Eyeshadow
-Urban Decay Scratch Eyeshadow
-Too Faced Milk Chocolate Eyeshadow
-Too Faced White Chocolate Eyeshadow
-Mary Kay Black Gel Eyeliner
-Benefit They're Real Mascara
-Kiss Ever EZ Lashes in KPL03 Natural

I hope you all enjoyed these looks! Which look do you prefer? Cat-Eye or Smokey?

6 comments:

  1. Nice purple, that color looks great on your skin tone :)

    -Erica

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  2. I agree with Erica that eyeshadow color looks beautiful on you! :)

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  3. Love that gorgeous purple! And I've followed back on Bloglovin and GFC now :)

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  4. While applying make-up to blue eyes, it is very important to first wipe-off all old make-up. Once done the eyes would be similar to a blank canvas. This would help in enhancing the beauty of the contrast colors because if the ‘blank canvas’ is not created, the new color may gel with the old color giving a totally different output than what is expected. Once ready, it is important to apply a primer to the eyelids in order to prepare the eyes for the contrast color. If not for blue eyes, a black primer can be used which usually goes down well with almost all skin tones. Since blue eyes are special, it is very important to choose the right color while applying a make-up. If a primer is not readily available at hand, a concealer might also be used to create the desired foundation. The benefit or reason for using a primer or a concealer is that it helps the make-up to remain longer periods of time without fading away or fading out.cat eye makeup

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  5. Purple looks wonderful on you!

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