Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Tutorial: Fall Leaves

This is a tutorial for my Fall Leaves look using all Beauty from the Earth pigments. I kinda rushed through the process because I wasn't feeling well so it's a little sloppy, lol. Anyway, this is roughly how I did it so if you'd like to see how then keep reading! :)

I started with a clean eye and applied UDPP on lid and directly around eye area.

After applying NYX Milk JEP and patting that out with my finger, I applied Cornflower to my inner lid area. For better success though, don't carry it in quite this far, I think it threw off the look a bit. You just want a subtle hint of blue.

Next I applied Sweet Nibblets to my middle lid. (Again, don't carry the color too far. It should be directly over your iris; see first photo for reference.)

Next I applied Hangover to my outer lid.

I patted on some Wacky between the yellow and orange, and some Yellow Brick Road between the yellow and blue to help soften the lines a little. I also added a little Wacky to the outside of Hangover to aid in adding the next color. You don't have to do this part, though.
Next I added some Addicted to the outer corner, winging out slightly. Don't go too far though, you still need room for Isis! I also gently patted on a little of the red over Wacky to blend the two.

Next I added Isis to my outer corner, lightly blending over Addicted, and carrying the crease over Cornflower. (I made the crease a little too thick here, though. ;P)

Then after applying DGC Glitter Glue to my inner corner and lower lashline, I applied Ornamental to my tear duct area. I then applied Autumn in the middle, and Dragon Slayer on the outer corner, blending the colors into each other a bit.

Next I took my Isis brush and blended a little color from my outer corner onto part of Dragon Slayer. I also brushed some Ornamental along my browbone, lightly blending with Isis.

Then I used the same Ornamental brush to lightly connect the Ornamental on my inner corner with the Isis at the inner crease(over the blue).

Lastly I used Very Vanilla to blend around all the edges to soften them a bit, and a very soft brush to blend the general colors to keep it soft. The crease/browbone should look especially soft, blending out for a sort of smokey effect.
Add your own liners as you like; I didn't use any for the tutorial because it wasn't necessary and because I didn't want to have to remove it all, lol. For the original look (pictured) I used liquid on my upper lashline and brushed Celtic Charms, a deep almost purplish shimmery brown shadow, over top.

Curl lashes, add mascara or falsies or whatever you like to do. :)





Products used:

BFTE shadows in:
-Cornflower(almost matte baby blue, inner lid)
-Sweet Nibblets(matte mustard yellow, next to Cornflower)
-Yellow Brick Road (shimmery yellow, to blend blue and yellow)
-Hangover(matte orange, next to Sweet Nibblets)
-Wacky(shimmery red-orange, to blend yellow and orange)
-Addicted(shimmery bright metallic red, outer corner)
-Isis(blackened metallic red/bronze, outer corner and crease)
-Ornamental(shimmery metallic pale gold, above crease and on tear duct)
-Autumn(metallic gold, middle of lower lashline)
-Dragon Slayer, my favorite!!(dark metallic bronze-gold, outer lower lashline
-Very Vanilla(matte skin color, brow bone and all around edges)
-Celtic Charms(over black liner)
Everything else:
-UDPP
-NYX JEP in Milk(as base on lid)
-Darling Girl Cosmetics Glitter Glue(lower lashline)
-Loreal Lineur Intense Carbon Black liquid liner pen(upper only)
-Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Zero(upper tightline)
-Milani LIQUIF EYE metallic eyeliner pencil in Brown(waterline)
-Shu Uemura curler
-Cover Girl Lash Perfection mascara in Very Black(2 coats top, 1 bottom)
 Thanks for reading!<3

12 comments:

  1. I completely love this look and it made me want to do some bright colored looks again :D!!!

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  2. love love love this look! so well done, great shimmer and shades

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  3. Awesome tutorial. This is such a beautiful look, and it's great to see how it's done. When it's broken down step-by-step, it doesn't seem so daunting. ^^

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  4. @xoxo~♥BubblezThanks! Awesome, I love your bright looks! :)

    @Vonnie: Thank you!<3

    @Alicia: Oh good, thanks! It wasn't too complicated really, I hope this might encourage someone to try it themselves :D

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  5. such a beautiful look and a terrific tutorial :))

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  6. This is gorgeous! Definitely going to try this one out :D

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  7. You have AWESOME Looks!!! Very inspiring for me to try more bright colors :)
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  8. this is absolutely lovely! the gold is a really nice touch and the blending looks great.

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