Hey “BD beauties”!
Hope you’ll are having a great weekend and I also hope all of you have entered for my NYX nail polish set giveaway. While looking through inspiration for eye makeup, I came across a picture of princess Jasmine from Aladdin and then it hit my mind that even cartoon characters are drawn with makeup: P this is just my version of princess jasmine. All i could think of was turquoise and bold winged liner so here is my tutorial :)
Prime your lids and use an eye base which is close to your skin tone, if you don’t have any, use your concealer to cover up any pigmentation you may have. Smoke out black kohl on the outer V of your eyes bringing it to the inner crease slightly.
Apply a bold silver eye shadow to the area you haven’t applied the kohl
Using a dense blending brush, sweep in a darker greenish blue onto the crease, this is going to be your transition shade. I have used CUICU single e/s in indigo blue which i reviewed HERE.
Picking up a bright turquoise shade, I’m placing it on the crease and also the area I have applied the black kohl.
To blend the lid colour and the turquoise colour, I’m using a sea green shade, this gives gradient for the entire look!
This is the time to blend all the colours; I’m using a fluffy dome brush from NARS (no 13) and blending the crease area really well.
Line your waterline with a white pencil. I’m using NYX jumbo eye pencil in milk.
Smudge a little bit of kohl on the outer lower lash line with the same blue we used for the crease.
Draw a thick wing with a flick at the inner and outer corners of the eye. Don’t extend the flick too far. Finish off the look with falsies!
This is definitely a costume makeup, but this is very similar to Arabic makeup. This can also be a bridal makeup look if you attire is of any shade of turquoise.
Hope you enjoyed this look!