Purple Haze Makeup Tutorial

Hey! You guys loved my blue eyed look and wanted a tutorial for it so I did a similar look with a purple pigment. If you have never tried much colour before, jewel tones are a good choice. These are deep versions of popular colours like sapphire, ruby, emerald, etc. Since they are not super bright they are less intimidating and being darker means that they define your eyes well in a high impact look. They are best worn with neutral outfits in my personal opinion. Pair them with a soft glowing complexion and nude lips.

Product list:

RCMA foundation

Sleek Makeup Sweet Cheeks blush trio

Maybelline black eye pencil

Ofra Cosmetics highlighter You Glow Girl

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As you requested, I present to you an easy way to make jewel toned eyeshadows work 😊 This is exactly how I did my blue eye look. The only thing different was a warm brown eyeshadow in the crease instead of bronzer. Product list: @rcmamakeup foundation @sleekmakeup Sweet Cheeks blush trio @maybelline black eye pencil @inglot_cosmetics eye pigment 33 @ofracosmetics highlighter You Glow Girl! #maybellinenewyork #sleekmakeup #inglotcosmetics #ofracosmetics #makeupaddict #beautyjunkie #makeupjunkie #makeuplooks #makeuptutorial #makeupideas #makeupvideos #makeupartistsworldwide #makeupartist #makeuponfleek #makeuponpoint #makeuptransformation #pakistanwedding #pakistanstyle #pakistanibrides #desimakeup #browngirlmakeup #pakistanbloggers #beautyblogger #beautybloggerspakistan #lahoreblogger

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