I plan to post a few picture tutorials using the Sephora Pro Smokey Jewels Palette. Today is the first look I have done and it’s this icy blue
Now let’s jump into this tutorial. Before starting to apply eyeshadow you want to prep with either an eye primer of your concealer. You can also either do your brows before or after starting the eye makeup that’s up to you. Now that we are all prepped let’s start.
The first colour I am going to use is Fire Opal. I wanted to try and have a little warmth to the icy look. Apply this with a fluffy crease brush to blend smoothly as this is the transition shade. I also used a pencil brush and ran that under my lower lash line.
Here is where we start to add in some blue with the shade Storm. I added this to my crease with a fluffy brush as well. You also want to apply this slightly lower than the previous shade. I also ran this shade on my lower lash line with the same pencil brush.
Now its time to deepen everything up. To do that I used the shade Capri. This shade is so beautiful. I used a smaller crease brush to apply this into my crease and outer corner. Using a pencil brush I also brought it down my lower lash line.
Next is a simple step, take your concealer and cut the crease. I did a half cut crease. You could do a full cut crease I am sure it would still look good. For me I wanted the previous shade Capri to still be seen.
Here comes the star. The last shade I used was Aquamarine and it is gorgeous. It just made my eyes pop and brightened everything up. I applied with a packing brush. To make the eyes look a little bigger I also applied this to my inner corner and the inner lower lash line.
The final steps are mascara and lashes. I also added a bit of liner to my lash line to conceal the lashes a little better. Don’t make the same mistake I did and get the liner on your lid and forget to wipe it off. Once you’ve applied your favourite lashes and mascara you are all done.
I hope you enjoyed this picture tutorial. Keep a look out for more using the Sephora Pro Smokey Jewels Palette.
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