There are those who prefer to go crazy with Smokey eyes for a party. But I prefer sticking to a more neutral smoldering look. I also like to keep my party makeup the same usually as I don’t like trying out new things before a big event. I like to use a satiny brown shade blended out with some nice neutral highlighter and closely lined upper and lower lash lines. I also love pairing this look with various colored lenses to bring more focus to my face rather than my makeup. If I feel very daring, or just feel like a change, I add in a colored liner on the bottom lash line in a shade that fits my outfit.
Without further ado, let’s move onto the party eye makeup tutorials.
Things You Need:
- Revlon Illumiance Creme Shadow In Pink Petal.
- Colorbar Spicy Brown Shadow.
- Random skin colored loose shadow.
- Lakme Instaliner in black.
- Lakme Black Satin Kajal.
- Maybelline Colossal Volum’ Mascara.
- Lakme Glide On Eye Color in Plush Purple.
Below are the easy steps for party makeup for eyes:
Start off with a clean lid. Put on some powder if you have to.
Apply the second shimmery rosy shade from the Revlon palette as a base. It will look and feel a little too shimmery, but this is our base and it’s supposed to be a little sticky.
Take the Spicy brown shade using a flat brush and apply it all over the lid using a patting motion. Blend it out a little bit at the crease if it gets too sharp, it should look fluid, not “drawn on”.
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Apply the slightly shimmery skin color eye shadow under the eyebrow and over the brow bone slightly.
[ Read: Blue Eye Makeup Tutorial ]
Now using your liquid liner of choice (mine is Lakme Instaliner), apply thinly on the top lash line.
Then take your favorite kajal and apply it on the lower lash line and upper lash line (i.e., tight line). I used Lakme Black Satin Kajal.
Apply two coats of mascara on the top and bottom lash line and you are done!
If you want to make it more vibrant, add colored eyeliner on the bottom lashline. I used Lakme Glide On Eye color in Plush Purple.
[ Read: Formal Eye Makeup Tutorial ]
Please drop some comments below if you have any special requests. There is nothing I enjoy doing more than giving my readers what they want.
I hope this article on ‘how to do party eye makeup’ helps you get down on the floor looking beautiful.
Things You Need:
For this burnt copper party eye makeup are:
- A concealer and foundation
- A face compact
- Eyeshadow (colors needed: burnt copper, blue, and light matte orange )
- Black Eyeliner pencil
- Liquid Eye Liner
- Kajal/Black liner
- Lash Curler
- Lash Comb
On clean eyelids, apply concealer and foundation. Follow it up with a compact for a flawless texture.
Use burnt copper eye shadow on the whole eyelid and into the crease extending a little outwards to the top.
Apply the blue eye shadow on the whole of the lid but without extending onto the extension created with the burnt copper eye shadow.
Now take the orange eye shadow and use on the brow bone and eye nose joint. Make sure it is a very matte shade and not a shimmery one. Make sure the color is lighter than the copper shade that you are using, mainly because of the fact that we are using it as a highlighter here instead of the traditional silver highlighter.
Use a kajal or a black liner on the lower rim. Do not form any tails.
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Time to line the upper lid. Do a moderate lining on the upper rim. Take the end of the liner and give it a swipe upwards .Refer the picture below. This is a new and exotic kind of liner application. Can really rock for any party eye makeup.
Use mascara on the upper eyelashes and in a zig zag form on the lower lashes.
Use a lash comb to comb out clumps of mascara if any.
Use a lash curler if required.
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So here is the final burnt copper party eye makeup look. You can easily try this one out. Your choice of palette has to be right and your swipe of liner will do the rest of the trick.