Purple Party Makeup

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Hi there fans of purple color and parties! Today we have prepared for you a special tutorial, which, we are sure, you will like. It is great for a party, it is fresh and colorful, and at the same time is not too much in your face, so you can even wear it to not so special everyday occasions, like having some special office event. You will make sure that you can have perfect makeup, which looks stylish and innovative for no time and efforts. Are you ready? So, let’s get started!

You will need: white eyeshadow, black eyeshadow, some purple eyeshadow (or marsala, which as you know is an absolute hit this year), and mascara.

Step 1

We begin as usual by applying some base. You will need some nude color for it, or very light brown color to match your eyelids color. You need a base if you want to have perfect makeup and the rest of the eyeshadows not to smear easily. After you have applied it all over your eyelids, including above the crease. You are ready for step 2.

Step 2

Now get the white eyeshadow and apply it on the center of your, and just a little bit above the crease. Be careful not to divert from the center of the eyelid, because you will need to apply there other type of eyeshadow.

Step 3

Then get the purple type of shadows and apply it on the inner and outer corners of the eyelids, where you have missed to apply the white eyeshadow. And again go over the crease a little.

Step 4

Now get the black color and apply it as if you are drawing an arch above the crease, which means that the white and purple eyeshadows should stay below it.

Step 5

When you are ready with the upper part of the eyelid, you need to apply some of the black eyeshadow on the upper lashline. You can use some scotch tape if you cannot make a straight angle where the crease and your lashline meet.

Step 6

Now you need to blend a little so there are no harsh lines. This way the shadows will not merge, but the makeup will be very smooth.

Step 7

Finish the look by applying a coat of mascara both on your upper and lower lashes.

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