Saharan Makeup Look
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Saharan Makeup Look ft the Saharan Palette

I’ve been getting back into playing with eyeshadow again so today’s post is another picture tutorial. I love a makeup look with a pop of colour and that’s just what this Saharan makeup look is.

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Picture Tutorial

For this look, I am using the Saharan Eyeshadow Palette which you saw by the title. I have a review on this palette if you want to check it out click HERE. I also have another picture tutorial using this palette click HERE to see.

As always before we jump into the tutorial make sure to prep your eyes with concealer or an eyeshadow primer. Once you have that done we can jump onto this picture tutorial.

Saharan Makeup Look Pictorial

Step 1
Saharan Makeup Look
Step 2

Of course the first shade for this Saharan makeup look is a transtion shade. For this I used Katsina. I applied it using a fluffy crease brush.

Saharan Makeup Look

Next is the shade Sokoto. Apply this into your crease using a fluffy brush.

Step 3
Saharan Makeup Look

Time to apply the shade Jamila into the crease. I used a fluffy crease brush to do so.

Step 4
Saharan Makeup Look

Now time to add the black shade Chad to the outer corner. I used a small fluffy angled brush for this. While applying this shade I tried to flick the end to give it a wing like shade. Also, start to apply very lightly, it is easy to add more black not as easy to take it off if you make a mistake.

Step 5
Saharan Makeup Look

I had forgot to take a picture but I had cut the crease. I had added concealer to my entire eyelid stopping when I reach the black eyeshadow. Once the concealer is done take a small packing brush and add the shade Bororo. Keep this shade in the center of your eyelid saving room for the next shade.

Step 6
Saharan Makeup Look

Nnow to add the main star to the inner part of your eyelid. Use a small packing brush and pack on the shade Wodaabe.

Step 7
Saharan Makeup Look

Now moving on to the bottom lash line. Starting with the outer corner I added the shade Chad. Using a flat tight line brush apply on the outer corner connecting to the uppe corner.

Step 8
Saharan Makeup Look

Add the shade Bororo in the center of your lower lash line matching your eyelid.

Step 9
Saharan Makeup Look

Now for the last step for eyeshadow is to add Wodaabe. Adding this shade to the inner part of your lash line and the inner corner to connect the inner eyelid and inner lash line.

Step 10

The last step for the Saharan makeup look is mascara and lashes. For mascara I had used the Grande Cosmetics Mascara. Now for lashes, I used the Ardell 811 but just use your favourite mascara and lashes and you will be good to go.

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What did you think of this look? Would you like more looks using the Saharan Eyeshadow Palette? What other palette would you like me to create looks with? What are some products you would like a review on? Also don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss any new posts.

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