Hi! Beauties! Today on Beth and Beauty I am going to try something new for me! I am going to try and do an eye look (tutorial) for you. I am calling it my Lorac Pro Champagne Eye. I am going to first share with you a picture collage showing you a before, during and after picture. Second, I am going show you the picture of the Lorac Pro Palette colors I used along with a picture and list of the other products that I used. I will explain where/how I used all the products to get this eye look. You have already seen the final look in the above picture. So, let’s get this look/tutorial started: (click on any picture to enlarge it)
As promised above is the before, almost there (during) and after picture collage. If you knew me very well, you would know how hard it was for me to give you the before and during picture above. I do already have my foundation and brows done in the above pictures.
Above is first a picture of all the other products I used along with my Lorac Pro Palette to get this eye look. I have also marked the Lorac Pro colors and how I used them on the above picture. On my list below I will refer to the palette as LP. I am just going to start with the very first product I put on my eyes and go in the order I used each product/color!
- MAC Paint Pot in Painterly- this is an eye shadow primer and also helps with discoloration of your eyelids
- LP-Cream – I applied this all over my lid up to my brow, to help have a base for other shadows to blend with.
- LP-Mauve – Using a fluffy eye shadow blending brush and windshield wiper motions I applied this color (my transition color) in my crease and just a little above my crease. The transition color is used to help your eyelid, crease and upper eye color blend into each other with no sharp lines.
- Maybelline Color Tattoo in Inked Pink – Using my middle finger tip I patted this cream shadow only onto the moving part of my eyelid. This will give the eye lid colors a more vibrant look when placed on top of it. I have found less is more when using any cream base color like this.
- LP-Champagne – I used a flat shadow brush and applied this color to the inner 1/3 of my moving eye lid.
- LP-Garnet – I used the same flat shadow brush but turned it over and started applying this color to the outer 1/3 of moving lid and moved towards the champagne color until the colors met.
- LP-Lt. Bronze – I used my middle finger again and just patted this color right on the middle of my moving eyelid to not only highlight this area but also to blend the other colors together where they met.
- LP-Taupe – I used a crease eye brush and started at the outer corner at the crease of eye and using light windshield wiper motions applied this to just the crease to give my eye some definition.
- LP-Sable – I used a small pencil eye shadow brush and used this darker color to define my outer V. I started by first touching the brush with this color on it at the beginning of my crease and working in little circles I went about a third way across crease and then back to the beginning of crease and still moving in small circles and strokes I applied this color to the outer 1/3 of the eyelid but only right above lash line. (making the horizontal “V” shape) This gives your eyes more definition.
- LP-Cream – I use a blender brush and just apply this above transition color to the brow. Making sure there are no harsh lines.
- LP-White- I use a short eye shader brush and apply this color right under my brow arch and just barely line my lower brow line. I also apply a little dab of this color to my inner tear duct area. This helps make your eyes look more open and bright.
- Avon SuperShock Gel Eyeliner Pencil in Cobalt – This was something new I added to my eye look. This eye liner is wonderful and easy to apply, but when it drys it is set so I do one eye at time. This cobalt is a very beautiful darker blue which helps make green eyes pop. I just applied it right on the lower lash line and connected it to my top lid by just putting a little line maybe 1/8 way across outer upper eye lash line. I then used a smudger brush and smudged it in making a smoky kind of look. I only use horizontal smudging strokes because I don’t like the liner to come to far down under my lower eye lashes and I also don’t want it to go up on the moving eyelid, I just want it right at lash line.
- LP-Taupe – Using a slanted eye liner(brow) brush I just barely get a little of this color and apply it to the lower outer 1/3 lash line, right on top of the blue eyeliner.
- Physicians Formula 2-in-1 Eyeliner Pen in Ultra Black – I apply it to my upper lash line making a little flick on the outer edge making a small “cat eye”. I believe this gives my aging eyes a lift.
- Avon SuperShock Gel Eyeliner Pencil in Blackout – I use this in my upper water line to tight line. This makes my sparse eye lashes look like I have a little bit more there. These eyeliner pencils stays on all day. Just make sure you get the “SuperShock” ones not the “Glimmersticks” .
- Mary Kay Waterproof Lash Love in Black – I applied 2 coats to my upper and lower lashes.
- Rimmell Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl eyeliner in the color Nude – I use this color to line my lower lash water line. This really helps your eyes look bigger if you have smaller eyes.
I hope I have helped you with this tutorial. I am in no way claiming to be a makeup artist. I am just a beauty enthusiast (nice way of saying “junkie”) that just wanted to share some tips that I have learned over the last couple of years while reading beauty blogs and watching beauty You Tube videos. Please feel free to leave any tips, suggestions or questions in my comment section also. I read and reply to all of them. I hope you have enjoyed your visit to Beth and Beauty and you have decided to stay awhile by subscribing to my blog by email, BlogLovin, or Google+. We can also connect through any of my social media outlets. Just click on the corresponding social media icon. I am just a click away.