My first picture tutorial post is here. I’ve decided to start adding picture tutorials on my blog. I love to play and create makeup looks. Now I will share some looks that I do so you can recreate or just get some inspiration. I will do some easy and more difficult. Some will be everyday look or looks that are more just for Instagram.
In this tutorial, I will be using the Saharan Eyeshadow Palette by Juvia’s Place. I won’t go into detail about my thoughts on the palette because I will have a new post up on Saturday. Hint it’s amazing.
The Saharan Eyeshadow Palette
You can do so many looks with this palette. The colours are beautiful. The shades I chose to use in this look are Katsina, Sokoto, Jamila and Iman. The look is very simple and easy to recreate.
Here are all the brushes I used to create this look. I don’t have too many brushes so I use one brush for multiple things. To do this I use my Sephora Daily Brush Cleaner. It is awesome. I can quickly clean the brush I was using and it is clean and dry. It’s ready right away for the next shade.
In the picture above you can see the brush cleaner and all the brushes I used. As you can see its only 4 brushes and I could of done it with less. So if you don’t have many brushes don’t worry about it just work with what you got.
The first shade I used was Katsina. I applied that in my crease using the BMX-430 Crease by Moda Pro. I also applied it on my lower lash line. Since it is a fluffier brush I just squeeze it together so I don’t get it everywhere.
Sokoto was next and I applied that to my crease and lower lash line as well. I applied this with a pencil brush the Mikasa E310. For my crease I packed on the shade and then blended it out with my M.U.D 610 brush. That brush is my favorite to blend any eyeshadow out. Also, I pick up no product on that blending brush.
Now comes this beautiful burnt orange shade called Jamila. I used the same pencil brush the Mikasa E310 and applied it in my crease and lower lash line. I brought this shade in the outer corner as well. Using the same technique with packing the shadow on my eye then blending with the M.U.D 610 brush.
When you are applying the shades in your crease you want to add each shade a little lower than the last. I hope that makes sense. You don’t want to cover up any of the colours you applied.
Iman is the star of the show. This shade is so beautiful. I applied that to the rest of the inner 3rd of my eye and my inner corner. I applied this shade with a brush I got in my Boxycharm by the Vintage Cosmetic Company. It came as a 3 brush set. There is no number, it just says Step 3. If you want to check out the brushes you can click HERE to see.
In did not cut the crease for this look I kept it very simple. If you don’t know what cutting the crease means. It just means I would apply concealer first and make it a very sharp line between the crease shades and the lip shade. This technique also makes the shade more vibrant. If you would like to do this you are more than welcome to. Just apply concealer in the areas you will apply the shade
The last step is lashes. Now, this step is optional. If you don’t like false lashes a great mascara I recommend is the Milk Makeup Kush High Volume Mascara. You can click HERE to see my review. When using false lashes I don’t really care what mascara I use because the false lashes are just going to cover my lashes up anyway. As long as the mascara is black. Just apply your mascara and your favourite false lashes and you are good to go.
That is everything for this picture tutorial. I hope you like this new addition to my blog.
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