My Take on a Rainbow Eye

 

I think I can guess what you’re thinking when you look at this makeup look: How? What? Why? I honestly never thought I would try something like this, but I sat down at my makeup desk one night and just attempted it. This look took a lot of time, so many different brushes, and all the concentration I could manage, but I’m so happy with the end result!

I started with my normal base, Tarte Shape Tape with a translucent powder over it, then began to blend a light orange-brown into my crease to make blending easier. To get this bold look started, I used the vibrant red color in my Morphe 35O2 palette on the innermost part of my eye. Then, I used the matte orange from the same palette, making sure to blend the two colors together. I then used a yellow shade and matte green from my Zulu palette by Juvia’s Place. I added a light blue from the Jaclyn Hill palette and a dark blue from the Mar palette by ColourPop. Finally, I used the dark purple from the Zulu palette on the outermost part of my eye. I went back in with a clean blending brush to soften the edges, and added more shadow where I needed the color to be more intense. As I always do, I repeated all the same steps on my bottom lash line, blending the outer corner with the colors on my lid. Since I knew I needed a little glitter, I put some of my NYX Glitter in Lumi-Lite on my inner corner, with the ColourPop Supershock Highlighter in Flexitarian underneath, as well as on my brow bone. I added a wing with my Stila Liquid Eyeliner, threw on a pair of Ardell Whispies, and finished with some black mascara.

I think the bold red lips really add to this look, so I wanted to mention this lipstick really quick. It’s a Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lipcolor, and I’m so obsessed with this formula! I own tons of the Revlon Lipcolors and I just can’t stop buying them! I’m wearing the shade Love, which you can get here. I love the look of a matte lipstick, especially with a crazy eyeshadow look like this, but it would also be so pretty with a gloss on top!

It’s extremely difficult to describe my specific process for creating this look by simply using words. I definitely simplified my process in this post, but I actually took over an hour to accomplish this eye makeup. The amount of times I would go back in with a color and blend it with the other colors was crazy, but I knew I would need to take a lot of time to accomplish something like this. It was a super complicated look, but I’m so happy and proud with how it turned out in the end! Attempting a look like this requires a lot of time and patience, but it’s so worth it in the end!

If you want to know the basics of how I do my eyeshadow, I have a step-by-step tutorial on a basic brown smokey eye with a shimmery lid right here! And if you want to know absolutely anything else about how I apply makeup, my favorite brands, or have requests for looks, make sure to email me by using my contact page!

 

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