Tendencies in makeup are as ever-changing and unexpected, as any other trend and style in the world of fashion. To bring interest and excitement to the world of makeup, various makeup artists and brands frequently opt for innovations, this way never letting us get bored and always feel the passion for makeup. With the emergence of the so-popular tattoos, many fashionisers try to experiment with new vibes and creative patterns creating dazzling printed, patterned and even studded eye makeup looks. If the bejeweled eye makeup tutorial doesn’t inspire you to embrace makeup innovations, make sure to check out the uber-luxurious lace patterned tattoo eye makeup tutorial presented below and tattoo your fave design pattern on your peepers!
How to Do Lace Patterned Smokey Eye Makeup
To tattoo this gorgeous smokey makeup on your eyes, make sure you fetch the following products and tools!
• Makeup base, foundation, concealer
• Bronzer, blush
• Eyebrow kit
• Eye primer
• Eyeshadows in white watercolor, salmon, brown, black
• White eye pencil and black eyeliner
• Black mascara
• False eyelashes
• Nude lipstick
• Makeup brushes
So this is how the lace patterned eye makeup tutorial starts!
Step 1: As always, start by applying the makeup base on your fresh face. Use foundation over it. If you have blemishes to cover, go for the concealer. Finally, sculpt your face with bronzer and blush and you are done with the first step!
Step 2: Contour your eyebrows (See: Step-by-Step Brow Tutorial) and prime the lids.
Step 3: Apply a white watercolor eyeshadow, starting from the inner corner of the eye and reaching the middle of the lid. Then, continue your way with a salmon watercolor tone. Afterwards, use some loose pigments over these colors for extra sparkle and dimension.
Step 4: Apply a warm brown eyeshadow to the crease line. To the outer V of the eye, apply black matte eyeshadow and blend it well to the crease.
Step 5: To the lower lid, apple a black eyeshadow on the lash line, using an angled brush. Leave some clean space on the inner corner of the eye. This will visually make your eyes look bigger. Now, blend the black color with a matte brown tone.
Step 6: Apply a white eye pencil to the waterline. With the same watercolor you have used before, trace a line in the outer part of the eye. Apply black eyeliner on your lids.
Step 7: Using a white watercolor eyeshadow, start drawing lace patterns on your outer crease line.
Step 8: Apply black mascara. Opt for eyelashes for a bigger impact!
Step 9: Match your lace patterned smokey eyes with nude lips and you are done!
As you see, no special makeup products and kits are required for creating stylish lace patterned smokey eyes. The same way, you can draw various other patterns on your eyes and dazzle everyone around each time you make an appearance!
Makeup by Evelina Paunescu for Fashionisers.com