Pretty in Peach eye look tutorial

It is about time I started posting some looks. Please keep in mind that all the uh… skills(?) that I have I obtained through self-teaching and hours of YouTube tutorials. Finally, it is time I started giving back and maybe the tutorials will help somebody to start out. I will caption the pictures with specific products that I used, but in all reality, any brand can be used as long as color matches. So without further ado, let’s get started!

1. Start out by prepping your eyelid with your favorite eyeshadow primer. Make sure to spread it all the way up to the brow bone and let it sit for a moment or two.

Elizabeth Mott Thank Me Later

2. Take a fluffy brush and pick a deep yellow shade, but not too deep. It will be the transition shade. Blend it with a fluffy brush starting at the crease and blending upwards toward the brow. Don’t forget to get the corner of the lower lashes.

BH Cosmetics Take Me Back To Brazil palette yellow (first row, third shade)

3. Pick a warm red shade and use it to define the crease. Blend the shadow in the lower lash line as well, making sure that it goes past the midpoint of the eye.

BH Cosmetics Take Me Back To Brazil palette red shade (third row, second shade)

4. Use a dark, shimmery pink color on the outer half of the eyelid. Blend into the previous shadows but only enough to make any harsh lines disappear. Try not to get shimmer in the crease because it will make it stand out and I don’t mean that in a good way.

BH Cosmetics Aurora Lights palette Fluorescent shade

5. For the inner half and inner corner use a shimmery or glittery pink shade. Blend out any harsh lines to make it look more smooth. Bring it down to the lower lash line, connecting it with the red shadow.

BH Cosmetics Aurora Lights palette Kaleidoscope shade

6. Add some metallic or glitter liner in a coppery or rose gold shade. Make a thin wing towards the end point of the brow.

Tarte Clay Pot eyeliner Lucky Penny shade

7. Time for lashes! Curl your lashes and add some mascara. If you feel comfortable putting on falsies you can do that instead.

Tarte Best In Faux lash fibers, Doucce Punk Volumizer mascara

After you clean up all the fallout you got yourself a peachy look! If you want, finish up with your favorite full face products. Hope you enjoyed reading this tutorial as much as I did while making it.


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