today I have another Halloween look for you guys! It's torquoise and would be perfect to wear if you are a mermaid for halloween :)
Let's get started:
First you want to select a shimmery torquoise color (mine is from the 120 palette) and apply it to you a bit over your crease, creating more of a cut crease. Then take a blue-ish torquoise color (120 palette) and blend it underneath the crease color, towards the lid. Then take a flat eyeshadow brush and apply a opaque creme color onto the lid, slightly blending it into the colorful crease. This color should be matte (I used the Catrice Nude Sensation eyeshadow in nude cream) so there is a contrast between the colors. There shouldn't be that much of a transition, make the line of separation pretty visible. Use a white pencil liner as you highlight on both the inner corner and the brow bone (Essence kajal pencil in white).
Apply a shimmery blue color that is more intense than the crease colors along you lower lashline (Alverde baked eyeshadow in intensive torquoise).
Now onto the eyeliner. I used a pencil liner (Essence Black Mania eye pencil), make sure it's sharpened! You want to line your top lashline and create a wing, same goes for the lower lashline. Make sure not to paint your waterliner, just the lashline! Apply black mascara.
Then you're done!
This look is pretty simple, but still not the same as any other look, especially because of the colored crease with no blending. Only the eyeliner could be a bit hard to do, but just go ahead and try it!
I hope you liked this one and I'll see you soon!