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Happy Sunday my Lovelies!

As the title states this will be a post on the look above that I created yesterday, Valentine’s Day. I wanted to create statement eyes that can either be worn with a neutral lipstick or a bold lipstick. Making this makeup look suitable not just for date night, but also a night out on the town. I’ll be going step-by-step, so that you all can re-create or add to and enhance your own versions.

So, let’s go from bare-faced to glam!




Collection Colour Mascara – Clear 1
MUA Eye liner – Snow White
Collection 2000 Gel liner – Brown
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer – Warm Honey
Benefit Lemon Aid
Illamasqua Powder Blush – Create
Kiko Makeup Milano Colour Sphere – 213
Inglot AMC Pure Pigment Eyeshadow – 84
Mac Eyeshadow – Ricepaper
Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – 01 Black
Mac Pigment – Melon
Rimmel Scandaleyes Mascara – 01 Black
Benefit Roller Lash Mascara
False Lashes
Lancome Teint Idole Ultra 24H – 06 and 11
Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer – SX11
Cinema Secrets Ultimate Foundation – 201-67
Inglot HD Illuminizing Loose Powder – 43
Cinema Secrets Ultimate Foundation – 108-22
Sleek Contour Kit – Dark
Sleek Blush – Pomegranate
Mac Pigment – Melon
Maybelline Babylips
MUA lipstick -Shade 11
Lime Crime lipstick – Serpentina




1) With the clear mascara, brush eyebrows into place. Any clear mascara will do.

2) Line under brows/ brow bone with Snow White eye liner. Any white eye liner would do, as this is just to highlight the brow bone.

3) With small strokes using an angled liner brush apply the brown gel liner to brows.

Eyelid/ Eyeshadow


4) Apply the concealer to eyelid to cover pigmentation and even out eyelid. Blend into the white eyeliner.

5) Apply Benefit Lemon Aid as base for eyeshadows.

6) Using Create as a transition colour, on a fluffy blending blush place it just above the crease and blend out in a windshield wiper motion.

7) Apply the black eyeshadow from the Kiko Colour Sphere on the outer v of the eyelids and also in the crease. Blend a little of this shadow on the outer end of the bottom lashes.


8) Pat Inglot’s loose pigment in shade 84 onto eyelid with a flat shader brush. Add it just up to where the black shadow is on the outer v.

9) On the brow bone place Ricepaper. We don’t want to add any sparkles on that area. Any matte nude colour will work.

10) Line eyes with black gel liner.

11) On the inner tear duct place Melon, this will be our inner corner highlight.

12) Curl lashes, apply mascara and lashes.




13) Apply foundation to face, taking it down to the neck area. In this instance I mixed two colours to get my match. (You can add primer before foundation application, however, this look was for fun so I skipped that step).

14) Apply concealer to under area and also to areas that you want to highlight.


15) Set concealer/ highlighted areas with loose powder. I used Inglot HD Illuminizing Loose Powder in 43 as it is slightly yellow colour.


16) Apply cream contour under cheek bone, along the bridge of the nose, temples, under jaw and around the forehead.

17) Place powder contour colour over cream contour. This will set the cream contour colour and also provide more definition.

18) Apply highlight colour on the top of cheekbones, on the bridge of my nose and also on the cupid’s bow.


19) Using favourite blush brush apply a plum colour to cheeks.

20) For added highlight place Mac’s Pigment in Melon on the top of cheekbones. Analoves ❤ glowing cheeks



21) Apply lip balm.

Option 1:

MUA lipstick -Shade 11

For a wearable look that focuses all the attention on the eyes.


Option 2:

Lime Crime lipstick – Serpentina (black liner optional)


So, what do you guys think? Love it/ loathe it, leave your thoughts in the comment box below.