|BWC Natural Eye Pencil in Delft Blue
Foundation as Eye Shadow Primer
|BWC Ultimate Natural
Liquid Make-Up in Sheer
|Apply liquid concealer sparingly on
Eyeliner as Eye Shadow
|Draw a series of lines in the general
area where you want the color.
|Blend color so lines disappear.
To apply, gently draw a few lines over your eyelid in the general area where you want the color to appear. In this example, I drew the lines in a triangular shape on the outer corner of my eye, to add a bit of definition. The lines don't have to be exact.
|The finished look is soft. Add more
color for a bolder look.
Next, use a clean finger or a smudge brush to blend out the color. Gently rub the lines away, spreading out the color to create an eye shadow look. After blending, the color may appear much lighter. Add more liner and blend again until the desired color depth is achieved. Finish by lining the eye with the same pencil or a use different shade for contrast.
Some powder liners can also be used as eye shadows. Apply as you would regular powder eye shadow. Results may vary with cream liners. This trick doesn't typically work with liquid liners.
Lipstick as Blush
|BWC Natural Infusion
Lipstick in Tea Rose
|Apply in a solid line, then blend outwards.
Make sure to apply over creamy products such as liquid foundation, but below powdery products such as finishing powder. Top off your look by using the same lipstick on your lips, or use a different shade for more contrast.
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