This Ombré Flower Eye Makeup Look Is the Perfect Remedy for Your Winter BluesDecember 23, 2020
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.
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.
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.
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.
Finish the Eyes
Finish off the look with your favorite volumizing mascara to tie the look together and make your eyes pop. Right now we’re loving the Maybelline New York Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara.