This Ombré Flower Eye Makeup Look Is the Perfect Remedy for Your Winter Blues

December 23, 2020
Genesis Rivas
By: Genesis Rivas | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
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Between the shorter days, longer nights and the cold temperatures, the winter blues have a way of settling in during this time of year. Our favorite way to brighten up our days is with fun and colorful makeup looks like this ombré flower eye by @pradaolic. The vibrant pink and red pigments and the cute floral design are giving us all the good vibes. If you’re in need of a pick-me-up yourself, follow our step-by-step tutorial on how to create the look, ahead.
  • STEP 1:

    Outline and Fill in Your Shape

    Start by using a concealer or an eyeshadow primer (we like the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion) to create a large oval shape starting from the inner corner, up just above the crease and ending at the outer corner of your eyes. Use a small shadow brush for this step to help get a precise outline and then fill it in with the primer to help make the shadows you’ll apply next pop. 

  • STEP 2:

    Create Your Ombré

    After your oval shape is done, apply Slowburn from the Urban Decay Wired Palette, a bright red shade, on the inner corner and take it to the center of the lid. Then, apply the shade Savage from the same palette, a bright neon pink shade, on the outer corner up to the center of the lid. The key to creating a gradient look is to blend, blend, blend the two colors until there are no harsh lines where they meet. 

  • STEP 3:

    Outline Your Oval

    Using the NYX Professional Makeup White Liquid Liner, outline your oval shape to create highlighted accents. For this look, @pradaolic focused the white liner on her inner tear duct and inner corner of her eye.

  • STEP 4:

    Create Your Flowers

    On the outer corner of your eyes, outline a flower using the same white eyeliner you used in step three. Once you’ve drawn the shape of your flower, fill it in and add a black dot in the center of each flower using a black eyeliner. 

Photography and Makeup: Myla

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