Bluer than blue

I'm into blue lately, light blues in particular. It's a peaceful, non-intrusive color that can easily be matched with other colors. For this look, I used light blue, an electric royal blue, taupe, and silver eyeshadows. It's a bit loud, but still wearable!

I used my Dollface 88-color palette since I haven't been giving it any love lately. I love Urban Decay, but I also love the choices available in my Dollface palette. With the right primer, the eyeshadows look a lot better.

I made a tutorial for those who are interested in copping this look!

Step 1: Do the ground work. Prime your face with concealer, foundation, eyebrow powder, and eyeshadow primer. I used the Revon Naturals concealer, Shiseiso Supplist foundation, In2It brow powder, and Urban Decay Primer Potion.

Step 2: Pat light blue eyeshadow on the inner half of your lid.

Step 3: Pat a darker blue eyeshadow on the outer half. Make sure that both shadows are well blended.

Step 4: Apply a shimmery or matte taupe on your crease. Blend it in with the colors and ever so subtly wing it out. I use a slightly pointed domed brush to do this. The taupe tones down the bright blues! If you want something smokier, gray or black eyeshadow are also good crease colors.

Step 5: Apple sheer silver eyeshadow on top of the light blue one. This brightens your eyes and gives the illusion of a deeper crease.

Step 6: Apply mascara and eyeliner. I used Clinique High Impact Mascara and MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack. Finished product -

Step 7: Do the rest of the face. To contour, I used MAC Cheek and Cheerful. For a slight blush, Shu Uemura Glow On in Amber. For my lips, I used NYX Lips lipstick in Love Angel. It's a gorgeous milky pink!

Mineralized Skin Finish in Cheek and Cheerful



So what do you think? Do you wear blue eyeshadow, or are you intimidated by the color? Let me know in the comments!

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