This eye look was super simple to achieve. I used a brighter blue to keep it light for daytime, and because I tend to look like I've gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson when I use really dark colors.
On my eyes:
Wet N Wild single eye shadow- Brulee (a matte cream color), blended across the entire eyelid, up to the brow using a flat eye shadow brush.
Coastal Scents hot pot eye shadow-M16 (a matte mid tone brown), blended through the crease using a fluffy blending brush.
Maybelline master drama eyeliner - Sapphire strength (bright, navy blue), drawn across the upper lash line and smudged with a q tip.
Tarte Lights! Camera! Lashes!- mascara
Maybelline define a brow- Dark Blonde lightly fill in and define brows.
Sonia Kashuk luminous foundation in Bisque- blended all over face, to even skin tone.
Benefit erase paste- blended on under eye circles.
Sonia Kashuk hidden agenda concealer palette- conceal spots not covered by foundation
Neutrogena mineral sheers powder foundation- to set liquid foundation and concealer.
On my cheeks and lips:
NYC cheek glow powder blush in Sutton Place Peach (a light bronze) - blended underneath cheekbones, jawline, and temples for subtle contouring.
Tarte airblush maracuja bouncy blush in Poppy (bright coral)- blended onto apples of the cheeks.
Benefit high beam- blended on tops of cheek bones and under brows for highlighting.
ELF studio lip liner in Nude Pink- drawn and blended across entire lips.
Maybelline baby lips in Quenched (clear lipgloss/balm)
Do you wear color on your eyes? I admit that it isn't often that I stray from my tried and true neutrals. I know that navy isn't exactly a bold color, but I think it's an easy color to use to ease yourself into wearing more color. Navy eyeliner is as wearable (in my opinion) as brown or black, but is a little more interesting.
If there are any specific trends from my Spring Trends post (or any other trends that scare you :)) that you'd like me to create, just let me know and I will get to work on it!