Barbie Pink Eyeshadow

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Since I’ve been loving using glitter and different tones of pink on my eyes lately, I decided to do a Barbie pink makeup look. This was one of my Halloween looks, but I think this is totally wearable for an average night out. I got inspiration for this look from a picture that I found on Pinterest, which I posted on my beauty Instagram along with this image (check it out here!).

For this eye look, I started with my normal base that I’ve talked about in just about every single other post. Then I used “I Owe You,” a peach individual shade from ColourPop, as my transition color to get the eyeshadow started. I got my favorite palette for colorful looks, Zulu by Juvia’s Place, and used the bright pink to make this super vibrant. I decided to deepen the crease a little bit, so I used another ColourPop individual shadow in “Stay Golden,” which, unlike the name suggests, is a pink-purple. I really emphasized this color on the outer half of my eye since I wanted the inner half to be strictly pink.

Once the crease colors were down and blended out the way I wanted them to be, I cut my lid with my Tarte Shape Tape concealer. I tried to give my eye the winged-out look, so I took the concealer all the way from my inner corner to my outer corner. I set that down with a nude eyeshadow from the Carli Bybel palette.

Now for the fun part! Taking my Stila Glitter & Glow liquid eyeshadow in “Rose Gold Retro,” I used a very fine-tipped brush to outline where I cut my lid with the concealer. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be! I went over this line a couple times so that it was as beautiful and sparkly as I wanted it. I finished the look off with a black wing, “Flexitarian” by Colourpop on the inner corner, and added a couple pairs of Ardell lashes to make my eyelashes look more doll-like. I also added mascara to my top and bottom lashes and put the NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in “Milk” along my water line.

This eyeshadow would be so cute paired with a Barbie pink lipstick and some bold highlight! I love how this turned out and I can’t wait to experiment with more techniques and bold colors like these!

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