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It’s been a lonnnggggg while since I did an Eye Series post and I missed it. As I was taking pictures for yesterday’s post, I decided to create this look using the Colorbar brushes. I’ve used all three brushes that you can read more about from my previous post. I used a Drugstore palette (B&R 10 color palette which I don’t believe is available online) here that I really like for all the variety from the nudes to slightly darker shades. This is basically a tutorial to show how well the brushes worked and how I create a blended shadow look, so you can use any color from any palette and go make a rainbow if you may.
I start by using the Colorbar eye shadow brush to use the lightest color in the base. I try to keep my base as light as possible since I feel that the color in the crease and outer corner should have more impact. This is a shimmery yellow tone and I really like it as a base.
I then went on to use a purple-ish hue in my crease blending it with the fabulous Colorbar blending brush. I love, love and love it to the moon and back. It blends very well, is über soft and makes the color come out really very.
I darken the shade adding more purple with the blending brush. I normally do this in a minute (yes, I time) but if you are a beginner, I’d say you’ll have to be very patient because it takes practice to get this right. It took me a long time to have it as l liked and unless you have an inborn makeup flare, it would take you a while to have it your way as well. Don’t worry, have a cookie, you’ll be an ace if you are determined.
Next I take the smudger brush and add grey to the very outer corner of my eyes. Frankly, I liked it just with the purple in the crease itself but I wanted to show off my fab smuder *Cheshire cat smile* This brush has really soft bristles which are densely packed to the right quantity.
Again, I take the blending brush (because I am obsessed, no other reason) and blend and blend and blend. And here how it came out. How does it look?