I’ve noticed a lot of beauty bloggers wearing turquoise on their lower waterline so I wanted to try that look for myself using a gradient effect. I have several colorful eyeliners that I don’t use enough, so I put them on my face today.
I achieved the look by lining one half of my lower waterline with a navy liner, and then used a tapered angled brush to apply the turquoise shadow to the other half, overlapping the colors near the middle so that the colors fade into each other. It’s super easy.
From left to right: Arbonne Mascara, NARS Pro-Prime Eyeshadow Base, Anastasia Clear Brow Gel, Make Up For Ever HD Pressed Powder, Be a Bombshell Eyeliner, NYX Eyeliner in 913 Sapphire, Bare Minerals Lipstick in Get Ready, Benefit Watt’s Up Highlighter, Benefit Hervana Blush, Make Up For Ever Full Cover Concealer in 5, Smashbox Photo Finish Primer, Be a Bombshell Eyeshadow in Bora Bora, Buxom Weightless Foundation in Meet Me Latte, Anastasia Brow Powder in Dark Brown, Pixi Bronzer in Subtly Suntouched, Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bad to the Bronze, Sephora Eyelash Curler
I finished the look with a dusty rose lip and a healthy amount of highlight on my face. Today’s makeup was a bit of a struggle because I washed my brushes today (the worst) so I had to use last resort brushes. I applied bronzer with a fan brush. Enough said.
Have a great Sunday and thank you for reading.