What I used:
– UDPP Primer Potion
– MUFE Flash Color Pot in “White” all over lid
– MAC “Vanilla” pigment all over the lid and highlight
– MAC eyeshadow in “Electric Eel”
– Milani eyeshadow in “Blue Ice”
– Sephora Blending Brush
– Sponge-tipped applicator

STEP 1: Apply your eye primer of choice (UDPP, Paint Pot, etc.), using an eye primer makes your eyeshadow(s) more vibrant and it lasts longer!

STEP 2: (optional) I used MUFE Flash Color in White as an all over base color.

STEP 3: I then took MAC’s Vanilla pigment and with my crease brush, took a little pigment from the jar cap and applied it all over my lid, concentrating more of the pigment on the highlight area.

STEP 4: Using your brush or sponge-tipped applicator (I love the control and vibrancy sponge-tipped applicators give), apply your light colored eyeshadow first on your lid, in this case MAC’s e/s in “Electric Eel”. ***Remember blending is similar to the gradient effect where it’s light to dark.

It will look like this BEFORE blending:

STEP 5: Then apply the next color, in this tutorial I chose Milani e/s in “Blue Ice”, and apply it on your outer-V, crease, and contour or wherever you’d like.

This is how it will look like BEFORE blending:

BLEND BOTH colors together…apply more eyeshadow if needed in case you blend too much that it lightens the color, including highlighting color.

STEP 6: Line your lower lashline and apply eyeliner and mascara (optional). I DID NOT use eyeliner in this tutorial to show more detail.

And this is how it looks like completed, AFTER BLENDING!


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