This was requested on my Dramatic Winged Eyeshadow post <– click to go to that post!
It was requested by Niki over at Colour Me Niki <– click to go to her blog!
I did this one in purple so it would show up better.
I hope this is helpful, I’ve only made one other pictorial. 😛 ❤
I always do my brows first, so when I get to my wings I know where they should go. Put down a layer of skin tone eyeshadow to help with blending, then add warm brown colors to your crease and blend out really well. Use a large angled brush to mark the outside line of the wing, and then sweep it in toward the center of your face. Alternating black with the purple, darken and build up the colors. Use a color that is close to your skin tone and blend out the harsh outside lines.
Pick a color you think will look nice blended next to the dark color and add it to your lid and blend. With the other side of that brush add the skin tone color from earlier to the inner corners. Build the colors until you’re happy with it!
Tightline, mascara, lashes and finish the rest of the face!
I added some glitter to mine, like I do with my gradient nail art to help the transition. I used my finger, and Urban Decay Space Cowboy Moondust Eyeshadow. I only put it on the inside 2/3 of my eyes!
I didn’t go as high up with this one as I did in the original post, I’ve been sick the last couple days and just didn’t notice. All you have to do is carry it up closer to your brow, or lower if you prefer!
Boots No7 Beautiful Brows Pencil
Boots No 7 Extravagant Volume Mascara
Urban Decay Naked 1 Palette
Urban Deacy Smoked Palette
Urban Decay Moondust in Space Cowboy
Urband Deacy Naked Skin 3.5
BH Cosmetics 120 First Edition
Make Up Forever Aqua Eyes in Black
Illamasqua no 17 Lashes & Duo Lash Glue
Illamasqua Intense Lipgloss in Facade
Benefit Hoola Bronzer
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