Once I was happy with the shape I had constructed, I filled in the shape with the eyeliner and smudged it out a little. In an oval shape towards the inner corner of my eye I added the darkest blue from the Sleek Ultra Mattes V1 palette. On the outer corner of my eye I used the lightest blue from the same Sleek palette and blended them together to make a nice gradient.
I then repeated this process on the other eye using the dark red and pale pink from the Sleek palette.
Once I had the colour in place on both eyes, I then went in with a small blending brush and added Blackout from the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette to darken the crease and lower lash line, blending out and creating a soft smokey effect. On the blue eye I added a small amount of the dark red and blended this up from the crease to add a subtle dash of colour. I did the same on the red eye but with the dark blue. On the lower lash line I added a small amount of blue and red to frame my eyes and blended this in with the blackout.
Once I was happy with the shape of my brows I added 3 lash fans to the out corner of each eye and applied MAC Zoom Lash mascara. I also used a matte white from the Sleek paleete. To highlight under my brows and down towards the inner corners of my eyes. As a final touch to bring a bit of sparkle to the look I used Grimas Colour Powder in silver and highlighted my brow bone as well as the light shade of each lid just under the black crease line.
So it isn’t an overly difficult look and doesn’t take a lot of product to achieve but it looks great. If you have heavy lids like I do then a dramatic cut crease like this is harder to achieve but it still looks great. That’s it for today’s edition of the challenge. I hope you have enjoyed the challenge so far. Tomorrow we are looking at moisturisers.