Wearable pop of color look for summer using the Urban Decay book of Shadows volume VI
The first step is to prime your eyes with you favorite eye primer. I am using the Urban Decay primer potion in the original formula.
The first color I used was called blue bus and I applied the color to the lower portion of my whole lid. It is okay if it is not blended on the edges.
The next step is to apply a darker brown color to the outer corner. I used the color Lost from the palette.
Next I used a lighter golden color to apply to my crease and upper portion of my crease. I used the color baked in the palette.
After that I used my last shadow colors by mixing skimp and zephyr and applying them to the brown bone and inner corner.
Using a thinner brush I applied the blue color on the inner portion of my lash line (make sure to leave some of the white from the inner corner to open your eye up) and then the dark brown color with the same brush to the outer portion of the bottom lash line.
Next you can apply your favorite liner to you upper lash line. I am using loreal carbon black liner intense. The book of shadows comes with a great black liquid liner also. I also lined my water line with MAC's teddy eyeliner. It is a golden dark brown color so it is not as harsh as a black color.
Apply your favorite mascara. I am using the one that came with the book and that is Urban Decay's supercurl curling mascara.
It is very important to fill in and shape your brows to complete a look. I used Urban Decay's brow box which I love because it comes with everything you need.
I applied a nice neural pink blush so it was not too intense. One of my favorite everyday subtle blushes is benefits hervana.
The last step is lips. I used Mac's cream cup and in sync liner. They are a nice neutral pink color that is great to use when you go a bit more bold on your eyes.
And thats the look! Hope you enjoyed my first tutorial and don't forget to follow me to keep up to date with my posts.
Comment below and tell me what are your favorite colors to wear for summer!