Vibrant Spring Eyes Tutorial!


I LOVE yellow eyeshadow. I think it’s such a beautiful shade, and spring is the perfect time to wear it! I used the BH Cosmetics Eye on the ’60s palette to create a very bright and colorful eye look, and used MAC Pure White Chromaline as the base to make it POP!


This might take some time, but it’s still pretty easy to create. The MAC Chromaline will not budge, so this will stay all day long without a problem; it won’t fade, either!


To create this look:

1- After applying the white base, pack the yellow shade all over the lid.

2- With a detail brush, apply the turquoise shade in the crease and in a sideways “V” shape on the outside of the eye (slight cat-eye).

3- With a blending brush, very lightly blend the lavender shade between the crease and brow bone.

4- With the same blending brush, dip into the beige color and blend over the brow bone to the lavender color.

5- Apply Jordana Fabu-Liner eyeliner, or whatever black eyeliner you wish.

6- Apply mascara or false lashes.


I loved wearing these bright colors! They are very pigmented, so I recommend doing the eyes first before other makeup, otherwise you might end up with streaks of color from fallout.


The only thing I wasn’t a huge fan of here was the Jordana Fabu-Liner. The line was quite thick, and I had a hard time applying it, because it dragged a bit on my lids. The color is incredibly pigmented and it doesn’t budge, but application was a little tricky for me; I prefer something more smooth, like gel eyeliner or a pencil.

Despite the bright colors, I didn’t experience any staining on my lids.

Every once in awhile, it’s fun to wear something bright! 🙂

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