Thursday, March 7, 2013

Tutorial: Señorita Coral

Greetings, mis señoritas guapas!
Today I wanted to share a fun, colorful, dramatic, and yet super easy look using some new Maybelline goodies from the Spring 2013 fashion week collection. I don't know what it is about this look that makes me feel like a "señorita" (young lady). It just feels coquettish and flirty (maybe it's the lashes? Or the flowers?)

The eye look is neutral bronze on the lids with a pop of blue on the lower lash line. For some reason, I love this eye look with a coral lip and cheek. It just kin of pops! And it makes the look a little more spring and summer oriented! Enjoy!




                                                                        Products Used                                                                  

Eyes
-Maybelline Color Tattoo in 'Bad to the Bronze'
-Maybelline 'Striking Blue' EyeStudio Quad
-Milani Liquif'Eye black eyeliner
-L'oreal Lineur Intense liquid liner
-Maybelline Mega Plush Mascara
-Awin #DS03 Lashes (KKCenterhk)
Face and Cheeks
-Paula's Choice Resist Foundation (sample)
-Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealer in 'Neutralizer' (under the eyes)
-Maybelline Blush in 'Golden Fuse'
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Lady of Light' Highlighter

Lips
-Maybelline Vivids Lipstick in 'Orange Edge' (just a dab of it)



                                                                                Tutorial                                                                     






1. Start this look by priming the lids. I used the Maybelline Color Tattoo in 'Bad to the Bronze' as both a primer and a color bases. But you can use any type of primer or color base you wish.




2. With a flat brush, apply a shimmery bronze on the entire lid. I used my MAC 239 to apply the bronze color from the Maybelline 'Striking Blue' quad.



3. With a fluffy brush, apply a light golden white (or any light shimmery color) from the inner corner, to above the point where the bronze color ends, and up the brow bone. I used my SOHO large shader brush to apply the light golden white from the Maybelline 'Striking Blue' quad.
4. Apply black eyeliner and smudge it across the lower lash line.

5. With a angled brush, apply a dark navy or black eyeshadow as close to the lash line as possible. I used my ELF angled brush to apply thr dark navy shade from the Maybelline 'Striking Blue' quad.

6. Then with a softer small brush, apply a brighter blue eyeshadow just below the navy/black eyeshadow on the lower lash line. Blend them together just a bit. The result should be a smokey lower lash line look. Iused my Real Technique brushes to apply the brigh blue from the Maybelline 'Striking Blue' quad.






7. Apply liquid eyeliner on the lash line.

8. Apply mascara and false lashes~



And you are done!~ ♥






                                                                              Final Look                                                                 

 


I hope you liked this tutorial!
See you again next time!

12 comments:

  1. pretty ^^
    super love your hair <3

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  2. you look so pretty, love the tutorial <3

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  3. I know I blew up your Facebook with compliments, but I really love this look. It's so pretty! And this is a great tutorial, very in depth. And don't you just love the e.l.f. angle brush? It's my favorite for applying shadow on the lower lash line. :)
    Have a good one!
    Danielle
    http://kalamityjanekosmetics.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much, I am so flattered!
      I really do love the ELF brush. I have like 3 of them! It makes it so easy to apply colors close to the lash line~
      Thank again! You have a great day as well!

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  4. So pretty :), I really love the flower in your hair too :)

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  5. Wowww I need to pick that quad up :) Looks great <3

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  6. i love it when bloggers made a step by step tutorial..like the makeup by the way

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