Halloween How To Fairy Makeup
1. Blend a bright pink shadow into the crease of your eye. Apply the pink shadow (I used the Urban Decay Eye Shadow in “1985” from the Vice Palette) onto the crease of your eye with a fluffy eye shadow brush, and blend it up toward your brow bone to soften the harsh line.
2. Line the crease of your eye with a shimmery purple shadow. Using a pencil brush (a brush with short, compact bristles that taper out to create a pointy pencil shape), trace the crease of your eye with purple eye shadow, starting from the inner corner of your eye, to start the cut crease. Try the Urban Decay Eye Shadow in “Beat Down” from the Vice Palette. When you reach the outside corner of your eye, draw a slight flick up toward your eyebrow to create a cat-eye effect. Then, use your fluffy brush from step one to softly blend the purple into the pink.
3. Sharpen the edge of your cut crease with foundation. Cover up the eye shadow fallout on your eyelid with a bit of your foundation (I used Kat Von D Lock-It Foundation in “Light 48 Neutral”) and a small flat brush. Carefully glide it along your eyelid while following the shape of the cut crease you created with the purple shadow, then smooth it out over your entire eyelid. This will clean up your line and also serve as the base for your next step.
4. Add an iridescent shimmer pigment on top of your eyelids. Spray the same small flat brush with setting spray, like MAC Prep + Prime Fix + Spray, then pat a little bit of shimmer pigment (I used MAC Reflects Glitter/Good Luck Trolls Transparent in “Teal”) all across your eyelid under the crease of your eye.
5. Highlight the inner corner of your eye and along your brow bone. I used the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Slimlight in “Pearl.”
6. Apply false lashes to really make your eyes pop. The lashes I used here are Huda Beauty Faux Mink Lashes in “Jade #13.”
7. Line your bottom lashes with shimmer. Using the same flat brush and shimmer pigment, press the product below your bottom lash line.
8. Apply small silver stars along your temples. Tear off tiny stars from a strand of star tinsel and place a small dot of eyelash glue on the back. Press the stars onto the side of your face and wait for the glue to dry.
9. Add pink shadow and shimmer to your temples. Dampen a Beauty Blender sponge and press the same pink shadow from the first step, as well as an opalescent shimmer pigment, around the sides of your face.
10. Finish with an opaque pink lip gloss. Try the MAC Lipglass/Good Luck Trolls in “Saint Germain.”