Tutorial: Frosty Spring

Posted: May 7, 2011 in Tutorials, Wearable

Hello friends!  So apparently, Spring has already been in session since March 20, but how am I supposed to know that?

Step by Step:

1) With a fluffy brush I applied Sugarpill’s Midori eyeshadow all over the lid and blended it out to a soft edge.

2) After laying that down I felt safe to layer some Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy (a stronger base for shimmery shadows) on top.  Then I took a shimmery forest green from my Sleek Bad Girl palette and blended that softly into the outer third.

3) The middle should still have some exposed Epoxy on it.  With a normal shader brush I patted on BFTE’s Nani, which is a bright sparkling shimmery mint.

4) It gets tricky to blend complimentary shades on the eyelid so you have to be very careful to make sure they don’t get muddy.  I gently applied some of Sugarpill’s Magentric loose eyeshadow and blended it into the rest using the pink from my HIP Sculpted Duo.  I added a REALLY frosty highlight blended it down in a C shape all the way into my cheekbone highlight.  I used my Irish Lights duo from Maybelline, which has this really pretty shimmery white with a lime shift.  Again, the highlight is totally optional and I usually don’t choose to use one like this on myself.

5) I decided to skip lower liner for a cleaner fresher look.  Add mascara and/or falsies.

For reference, I tried to use only products that I have recently swatched and reviewed.  The reviews are all hyperlinked above in the step by step.  I hope you enjoyed!  It’s very simple and very easy, so go, go, go!

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Comments
  1. Caribay says:

    gorgeous yet again!!

  2. Liza says:

    Super pretty!

  3. Ally says:

    Gorgeous~ :)

  4. Shari says:

    This is soooo gorgeous! Ah!!! *swoons*

  5. Leah Symczak says:

    You did such a great job, it is such a lovely look.♥

  6. Jaydee says:

    its sooo pretty!! :D

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