St Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! And in the spirit of the holiday I decided to create an eye look that incorporated both green and gold. I was recently sent the new gold liquid liner from Youngblood and thought it would be perfect to use in this eye look. I wanted to keep this look fun, but wearable, for a day of festivities, but it would be really easy to tone it down a bit for just a regular day at the office. 🙂
Before we dive into the tutorial, I just wanted to share a few up-close pictures of the Youngblood liquid liner in 18 Karat. I’ve honestly never had much use for glitter liners before, but they are fun to use on occasion! This liner works really well and the color shows up true to its name — like gold!
St Patrick’s Day Makeup Tutorial
Step 1 // After priming your lids use the shade Undressed and blend it from your browbone down into your crease.
Step 2 // Using a fluffy blending brush, blend Undeniable into your crease to act as your transition shade.
Step 3 // Pick up a little bit of Unedited and use a more precise brush to deepen up the outer corner. Take your time building up the intensity.
Step 4 // Press the L’Oreal shadow onto your lid. I used my finger, but you can use a brush or Fix+ if you like.
Step 5 // Going back into Unedited, use it to blend all the colors together seamlessly.
Step 6 // Now taking the Youngblood liner, give yourself a thick wing. You can make the wing as long or short as you like, just make it thicker than normal. Only bring it about halfway across your lashline. (I tried to get the gold to show up true to color, but it’s so reflective! Just know it’s a lot prettier in person! 😉
Step 7 // Using your favorite black liner, do a thinner, winged liner right below the gold.
Step 8 // Apply a black liner to your waterline.
Step 9 // Use a mix of Undeniable and Unedited to blend out the lower lash line.
Step 10 // Taking the liner again, apply it generously to your inner corner to make your eye look pop!
And there you have it! Your eye look is complete! Pretty simple and not too complicating, I hope. 🙂 It’s always fun for me to make step-by-step tutorials for you all, and doing one for a holiday like St Patrick’s day is even more fun! Let me know if you’d like me to do these more often!
Now it’s your turn! What sort of eye look do you plan to wear on St Patrick’s Day? Will you be wearing green on your eyes? Lips? Let me know!
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