Lilac Eyeshadow Tutorial for Spring
Here I am going to show you how to recreate this beautiful spring-inspired lilac eyeshadow tutorial look, mainly using the Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette!
Same as usual, you want to start off with applying your face make-up first, leaving your eyelid powder-free.
Apply a small amount of Urban Decay’s Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion all over the lid.
Using ‘Robbery’ from the Urban Decay Vice 4 palette, I applied this to the inner corner of my lid.
For the outer corner of my lid, I used Urban Decay’s ‘Pandemonium’ once again from their Vice 4 palette.
Sticking with the Vice 4 palette, I popped ‘Harlot’ in the centre of my lid, blending it into ‘Robbery’ and ‘Pandemonium’.
For the crease shade, I went with the Vice 4 shade ‘Underhand’, blending it right up to my brow bone.
Breeze from the Cargo Summer in the City Eye Palette was my highlighter of choice, applying it to my brow bone and the inner corner of my eye.
I took ‘Pandemonium’ from the Vice 4 palette once again and lightly applied this to my lower lash line, making sure to blend it out to stop it from looking too harsh.
To line my upper lash line I went in with the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in ‘Rockstar’.
Lastly I finished off the look with a couple of coats of the No7 Exceptional Definition Mascara in ‘Black’ on both my top and bottom lashes.
And there you have it. A super-easy lilac eye shadow look!
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