Green for brown eyes

1. beginning with a primer if your choice apply all over lid.
2. Create a circle of moss green found in bh cosmetics 120 color palate  on center of lid.
3. Using dark brown color from same palate blend on outer corner of eye
4. Using NAKED 2  blend suspect over lid
5. Using brown color from step 3 and extend over crease and shape outer corner
6. Highlight brow bone with half baked  on NAKED 2 palate
7. Apply Smashbox liner to top lid and line bottom lash line to about center of the eye.
8. Apply mascara of your choice

Vibrant Spring look

  1. Apply Primer around entire eye.
  2. Cover lid with vibrant yellow shadow from bh cosmetics 120 color pallet and under eye near tear duct
  3. Create a circular shape using bright orange from above pallet on the center of the lid Also under the eye blending with the yellow
  4. Using red shadow from the same pallet blend outward from the corner of the eye as well as evenly throughout the crease
  5. Pull the red tones further outward 
  6. Using a bright pink shade from the same pallet Blend colors above crease (toward brow and temple)
  7. Next tight line the water line with purple eyeliner by sephora
  8. Using stiletto line by maybelline blackest black liquid liner create a line under eye with a slight wing.
  9. Using same black liner create a dramatic wing on outer corners of each eye
  10. (OPTIONAL) Apply False lash and fill in brow.

Finished Look

By Maddi Leiker

Subtle Blue for Round Eyes

This is a fast smokey/cat eye for people with round shape eyes. Very basic , make sure you apply a base or primer before beginning. 5 Steps...

*Finish with Black Smashbox liner, Add mascara, Maybelline Black, and fake lashes if needed,

*Finish with Black Smashbox liner, Add mascara, Maybelline Black, and fake lashes if needed,

  1. Darken/Shape eyebrows if needed.
  2. Apply a light brown to the Crease. Chinchilla by Too Faced Matte Palette. Create a dark line from outer eye corner towards the tip of eyebrow, extend up only to crease. Blackout by NAKED 2.
  3. Fill lid with a base blue. London Fog by Too Faced Matte Palette. Highlight brow bone with Classic from the above palette.
  4.  Darken the end of the lid with a matte black, going from outer corner to mid eyelid. Using Blackout from the NAKED 2 Palette.
  5. (Optional) dust crease with Suspect from NAKED 2 and brush lid with a wet Creep from NAKED.