Acidberry Makeup Tutorial
Sugarpill's eyeshadow in Acidberry was my inspiration for today's tutorial. It is a gorgeous, vivid green, and it adds boldness to any eyeshadow look that I do. Keep reading for a tutorial on this look!
This may look complex, but it can be achieved in a few simple steps!
Step 1: Apply an eyeshadow primer to the eyelids, and place a piece of tape at the edge of the eye. This will create a sharp edge when the look is completed.
Step 2: Apply a bright lime green eyeshadow to the inner 3/4 of the eyelid.
Step 3: Apply a bright blue shade to the outer half of the eyelid, making sure to pat the shade over the tape.
Step 4: Add a neutral brown eyeshadow to the crease to blend out the two eyeshadows previously used. Make sure to start out with a small amount, and then slowly build the color until you are satisfied.
Step 5: Place a black eyeshadow on the very outer corner of the eye, making sure to cover the edge where the tape is placed. Then take a cream colored eyeshadow and place it on the inner corner and on the brow bone.
Step 6: Apply black eyeliner while the tape is still on your eye to create a wing. Then remove the tape carefully, and apply black eyeliner to the waterline too.
Step 7: Finish off the look with mascara!
Here's the completed look:
-Billion Dollar Brows Brow Duo Pencil
-Sugarpill Eyeshadows in Acidberry and Velocity
-Inglot Eyeshadows in Matte 328 and 61 AMC
-Paula Dorf Aztec Palette Eyeshadows (cream and brown shades)
-Maybelline Black Gel Liner
-MUFE Smoky Extravagant Mascara
-Covergirl Ready Set Gorgeous Foundation in 315 Tawny
-LA Girl Pro Conceal in Fawn
-Mary Kay Bronzing Powder in Bronze Diva
-Paula Dorf Cheek Color in Passion
-Mary Kay Lip Liner in Cappuccino
-Wet n Wild Lipstick in Vamp it Up
I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial! Let me know if you decide to try it out!