If you'd like to follow along, I'll show you how I did this. Using my UD Rollergirl Palette, I began by applying Verve to the inner half of my upper primed eyelid:
Next, I applied Darkhorse to the lower outer corner of my upper eyelid:
Then I blended out the outer corner edges with Suspect:
From my UD 24/7 Shadow Pencil Stash, I'm going to grab Clash (an amazing electric-blue with a touch of shimmer) and line my lower lash line:
Then, using my Rehab shadow pencil, I'm going to accent the outer corner of my lower lash line, just outside of Clash:
Next, with black gel/cream eyeliner, I draw a winged line along my upper lash line:
Now I'm going to clean the black gel/cream off my eyeliner brush and I'm actually going to pick up a little Clash right off the pencil, and extend my lower lash liner against my winged line for added drama:
To increase the depth of the look, I'm going to apply some matte black shadow to the outer corners of my eye:
I'm going to finish the look by accenting my winged line with Sephora gold glitter eyeliner:
Curl lashes, apply mascara, and I'm all set!
I actually wear this look often (minus the glitter). I enjoy the juxtaposition between neutrals and a pop of color, jazzed up with some sparkle. Hope you all had fun following my little off-the-cuff experiment!
Happy Tuesday and good night!