I love adding bright and unusual shades on my Monday look because I believe that we all want to miss that day from our week’s days and if you make it worth living then you could be able to make your week a bit longer;) I always mange to keep something beautiful for this day and I arrange to apply something crazy for this day and my stuff knows that so they are kind of used to it too and they actually wait for Monday to see what crazy I am doing on this Monday and this is what I am going to look like on Monday, orange and Pistachio.
Pistachio Eyeshadow Tips
Today I am going to use my all time favorite Shu Uemura Orange and Pistachio Palette, which btw I just bought and the reason behind this Shu Uemura Orange and Pistachio Palette from their chocolate inspired collection was the bright shade of orange and pistachio, the shades are supper rich and I love the shimmery touch in orange ones, I know that pistachio look pretty mate but, orange is burning hot and that was the exact look I was aiming for:) We will start with absolutely clean and scrubbed skin and we will apply tint moisturizer since it is a day time look and I don’t want to look like I work for TV because I don’t;) and after applying the moisturizer we will apply some light weighted loss powder all over the face and then let it get settled down and then take your fan brush and brush off the excessive product from your face, now we will take some white creamy base and we will apply all over the lid as primer and then we will take Pure White eye shade and we will apply it in the inner third of the eyelid with finger and tab apply it, now take a coral cream base shade and apply on the remaining lid with finger again, I want to get a regular look we will keep things slow and then add vibrancy in this look.
Now take a small dense brush, I am using MAC 219 for that cause it is pretty stable to use small areas and it help you get good shade and then apply perfectly, , now we will take lime green shade with it and we will apply over the white base and tab apply, and since the base is creamy so shade will adhere nicely, now you need take your flat dense brush and pat the coral glitter shade over the coral creme base and we will tab apply this again, don’t blend or it will look super flat, and that is the last thing I want from this look.
Now we will take our blending brush and we will blend the chocolate brown shadow into the crease and then we will take the smaller crease brush and take some mate brown shad and we will deepened the crease it, a dn now with a small brush run the taupe shade on the lower lash line, you can use small liner brush if you want a neat and clean look, and then we will take the darkest brown shadow you have and apply on the outer third of the lower lash line and blend well, now we will take liquid liner and apply a winged liner, I am using black liner, you can try any shade you like, if you have bold liner then you can give it a crazy look too.
I have applied a very dark line on tightline too, but I am keeping my water line absolutely nude, finish the look with mascara and keep your lips natural with bright eyes.