Blown out eye look with a pop of colour

Hi guys, happy Tuesday!

Today I’m gonna show you how to do this sort of blown out eye look with a pop of colour.

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First, I always recommend to start any eye look with a good primer. This will prevent creasing and improve the colour payoff of shadows. I’m using the Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion.

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Next, we are going to introduce a warm, light transition shade into the crease with a fluffy brush. Your placement may differ from mine if you have a different eye shape.

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Time to add some depth. With a bullet-shaped eyehsadow brush, add a darker brown into the outer corner of the eye, blending it into that transition shade.

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To add extra dimension, take a very dark shade on a smudger brush and introduce it into the outer most corner of the eye. Blend it into the dark brown with the bullet shaped brush.

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Now, we can soften and blend any edges while highlighting the brow bone with a light cream colour.

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Time to add our pop of colour. I opted for green but you can use any colour you like with the same technique! I am going to use a mint green from the Kat Von S Alchemist palette and pack it unto the middle of my eye with my index finger.

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I always like to add glitter. I am going to add a light green glitter to the inner corner of the eye, bringing it up unto the mint green a bit for a seamless look.

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I am going to do my brows, concealer, wings and lashes now without a how-to. These could all be tutorials for another day. 👍

The next step is to line your waterline with the pop of colour you chose. I am using a lime green cream shadow pencil.

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Now, time to introduce that dark brown under the lower lashline with the smudge brush to create balance.

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And there you have it! The finished look. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Until next week. 👄

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