Pop of Color Eye Makeup Tutorial

by - Thursday, June 19, 2014

Hey y'all! So I recently got some new inventory for Mary Kay. I now have the Mary Kay at Play collection for all of my customers to try first hand! All of the collection is really fun and colorful as you can see in the image below.
Mary Kay at Play Baked Eye Trio in Electric Spring Swatch

While I was sorting through all of my inventory, I immediately thought how many people might not know how to work with such bold colors. So in this post I'm going to teach you how to work with these shades without looking like you stepped out of the 70s.

 I definitely think this look is best for a special occasion. If you don't like shimmery eyeshadows then this tutorial is not for you. I don't recommend this for an "everyday look".

Products Used In Tutorial:

How To:
1) Prime and conceal the eyes with MAC Prolongwear concealer
2) Apply a brown transition color like MAC Soft Brown. Your matte bronzer can work as well
3) Apply Mary Kay's mineral eye color in Rose Gold with your finger and pat from lash line to crease
4) Apply the purple shade on the crease from the Mary Kay at Play Baked Eye Trio in Electric Spring
5) Blend the purple shade with a crease brush while adding a little more soft brown*
6) Apply the purple shade on the lower lash line
7) Apply the blue shade on the upper and lower lash line 
8) Apply Rimmels ScandalEyes Eye Shadow pencil on the water line*
9) Apply the sparkly white shadow in the inner rim of the eyes (I noticed some fall out so set with MAC Fix + or setting spray)
10) Apply a matte cream highlight shadow all over under the brow bone. I used the shade in the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette.
11) Apply the sparkly white shadow on the arch of the brow*
12) Apply Maybelline Gel Liner in Black
13) Apply Ardell Demi Wispies False Lashes* 
14) Apply Liquid Liner over any areas where false lash glue still shows*
15) Apply Black Eyeliner Pencil on the lower lash line
16) Apply Covergirl Clump Crusher Mascara on the top and bottom lashes
17) Intensify the blue shadow by applying Mary Kay @ Play Eye Crayon in Teal Me More*

I realize this tutorial seems like a lot of steps, but it's only because I'm a perfectionist when it comes to makeup. The "*" indicates steps that are optional that you can skip to shorten the length of time.

You can look at the difference below of intensifying the blue shadow by using the teal eyeliner in the lower lash line.

WITHOUT Teal Eye Crayon:

WITH Teal Eye Crayon:

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