13 Apr 2018

When We Collided inspired make-up look | Tutorial

When We Collided I really loved When We Collided because it’s such a beautiful book and mental health is really important for this story. I couldn’t help creating an inspired make-up look, because I really liked the colours on the cover. I know, I went a little overboard with green but I was just so excited lol. I also tried something new by creating this double pink liner. Due to my hooded eyes, you cannot always see it but I still wanted to create it. It’s something new and I really like it and I cannot wait to experiment with it more!

I hope you guys like this tutorial and make sure to check out the book!

1. First things first: prime your eyelids with some eyeshadow primer and set it with a white/light eyeshadow.
2. Use a green eyeshadow all over your eyelid and crease.
3. Make a winged liner and a liner in the crease with a pink eyeliner.
4. Use a yellow (or two) shade as an inner corner shade.
5. Fill in your waterline with a blue eyeliner and smudge it with a blue eyeshadow.
6. Apply some mascara and lashes.
7. Something extra: I used a green highlighter in my inner corner and on my brow bone.
8. Highlight your entire face (just kidding!).
9. And the final step is lipstick!

12 comments:

  1. Green looks gorgeous on you xx

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  2. This is a beautiful look - you pull off green so well! Xx

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  3. Love this tutorial, green is such a lovely colour x

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    1. I really like the green too! Thank you!😊

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  4. Fantastic tips thank you for sharing I absolutely love the green 😍 I love experimenting with new colours and glitters xo

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    1. Thank you!😊 And yeah I love experimenting with colourful eyeshadows too!😊

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  5. This is so so so clever and original!!

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