This makeup look is actually inspired by a colorful plate display that I saw in a Macy's store. I love how this look turned out, and I think it looks much more wearable than I imagined it being. I like how it looks on my blue eyes, but I think it would look especially good on brown eyes.
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Since this look is incorporating color, I went with a white cream base on my lids and lower lashline. On the lids I used the Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk and I used the Sephora Nano Liner in Pure White on the lower lashline.
Since I chose to do winged out liner for this look, I put a piece of tape extending from my lower lashline to make a sharp edge to the crease color. I used a matte burnt orange color, Fire from the Stila in the Know Palette, in the crease from the inner to outer corner and used a fluffy blending brush to make sure there were no harsh lines. On the lid I used a mix of two light blues from the Sleek Supreme iDivine Palette, leaving the inner corner open.
I always like to use a neutral color as a transition shade, even when doing colorful makeup looks. I used the shade Naked from the original Urban Decay Naked palette, a light warm brown for the transition shade.
For the inner corners I used a mix of Air from the Stila in the Know Palette and Inglot #318. I packed on a cobalt blue, the Nyx Hot Singles Shadow in Supershock over the white liner with a flat liner brush. To keep the look softer and more wearable, I used a white liner in the waterline.
Using the Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner and the Jordana Fabuliner in Black, I finished this look off with winged liner. I also used one coat of the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara and the CK One Mascara on the top and bottom lashes.