Golden Bling & Wing Eye Makeup Tutorial
There are certain colors which make you fall in love instantly. Gold is one of them. It is an ultima...
- Aroma Magic Eye Cream
- Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Concealer
- Lakme Rose Powder
- Lakme Eye Quartet – Tanjore Rush
- Pearl Eye Pigment
- Faces Long Wear Eyeliner Navy Blue
- Jordana Eyebrow Pencil
- Maybelline Colossal Kajal Turquoise
- Maybelline Colossal Mascara
- Ardell Falsies 103 Black
- Zoeva Eye Blender
- Colorbar Eye Blender Brush
Step By Step Procedure:
Hydrate your eyes with eye cream. Wait for 5-10 minutes for the cream to absorb and settle into a matte finish.
Conceal the dark circles and set it with a loose/translucent powder. I have used Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Concealer and Lakme Rose Powder. Use a petit concealer/powder brush and apply loose powder under the eyes. This prevents the pigment or eye color from disturbing the under eye makeup. Since golden is too shiny, it might create fallout issues.
Take a cellotape and apply loose powder to take off the extra glue. Stick it to the outer corner of the eye (say at 45 degree), touching the end point of your eyebrow arch. This prevents the makeup from getting out of the line and creating a perfect wing.
Take a golden eyeshadow/pigment on your finger and start dabbing all over your crease. Take your time and slowly build up the intensity of the color by creating more and more layers. I have used the golden color from the palette Tanjore Rush. Now, with the help of a blending brush blend the hard lines and merge the color with the natural color towards the upper crease. Apply a neutral/pearl pigment on the brow bone to highlight. I have applied a pearl loose pigment.
Take navy blue eyeliner and draw a medium thick line along the upper lid and create a wing. I have used the Faces Long Wear Eyeliner in navy blue. Take off the cello tape and you'll notice that the wing is totally neat and clean.
Apply the same eyeliner on the lower eyelash. Now, apply the Colossal Turquoise blue and smudge slightly along the lower lash (only two-third area) to create a shadow.
Fill or line your eyebrows with a dark brown color. I have used a brow pencil from Jordana.
Apply the mascara to coat your lashes. Here, I have applied a single coat because I will be using falsies. If you don't want to use the falsies, you can layer your mascara to add length and volume to the lashes.
Apply the falsies and wait for a few seconds. Use slow and firm pressure to fix the falsies and blend them to your natural upper lids.
And the final look is here!
Hope you enjoyed the eye tutorial. Do let me know your views in the comments below!
Contributed By: Salomi Das