How To | Step by Step
To create a nice white base for this look, I applied the Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk all over my lids.
For the bright blue in the crease, I started off with Bolt from the Sleek Ultra Mattes V1 Brights iDivine Palette. I put this color all the way from inner to outer crease, creating a bit of a cut crease. I also made a clean edge with some makeup remover to mimic the liner that I applied later.
In addition to blending out the blue crease with a fluffy brush, I applied a bit of green, Dragon Fly from the same Sleek palette, into the crease to make the color match my eye color more. I applied a white shadow, Inglot #418 over the white base, and using an angled liner brush, I applied a white wing under the blue crease.
To line my eyes, I used the same green shadow as before. To make it apply more like a liner than a shadow, I dampened my liner brush prior to dipping it into the shadow. With the green, I lined my lids, made a wing right under the white wing, and I lined the inner corner of my eyes.
I didn't apply too much color to the lower lashline, but I took a bit of the blue and green shadows from before and lightly applied them below the waterline. To make the look even more dramatic, you could line the waterline with black liner, but I chose a white liner.
I curled my lashes and applied the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara and the Jordana Best Lash Extreme Mascara. On my bottom lashes I used a teal Great Lash Mascara, which was limited edition.