Metallic eyeshadow is, of course, the hottest makeup trend for fall 2016, and today we are keeping up with the popular makeup look, but just adding blue because we are rebels. Don’t get me wrong, I love gold and bronze metallic eyeshadow too, like this makeup look here, but sometimes having a change is necessary. Today on our live makeup tutorial, I gave you makeup tips and tricks on how to get this pretty blue metallic eyeshadow look for fall using bold colors from the Urban Decay Electric Palette, Ciate London Pretty Palette, and the Urban Decay Naked smoky Palette. What makes this Blue Metallics eyeshadow makeup look really pop is the contrast between the smoky grey and deep blue. Both of these colors play really well off of each other and would be complimentary to any eye color, but especially on blue or brown eyes. With that said, most people would say to stay away from blues when you have green eyes, but this is a deep greenish blue, so it makes green eyes even greener. So, follow along with this fall eye makeup tutorial and let’s rock some blue metallic eyes together with confidence!
Gorgeous Fall Eye Makeup Look and Makeup Lesson
Blue Metallics for fall…because sometimes you need to switch it up.
Have you ever tried to wear blue metallic eyeshadow before? This is a very non-creepy way to wear the eyeshadow trend for fall. It’s tasteful, and honestly, would make a great makeup look for upcoming holiday parties too. Sometimes being a little glam and wearing eyeshadow that you wouldn’t normally wear for every day is a mood booster.
Blue Metallic Eyeshadow Makeup Products Use
Blue Metallic Makeup look Eyeshadow Palettes:
Metallic Eyeshadow Look Mascara
Blue Metallic Eyeshadow Step by Step Tutorial
- Use Fringe from the UD Electric Palette (Blue Eyeshadow) on outside corner of eyes and sweep into the contour.
- Press Armor Grey Metallic eyeshadow from the Naked Palette onto the lower eyelid.
- Sweep Cream Shimmery Eyeshadow from the Ciate London Pretty Palette under eyebrow.
- Use the clay liner and apply it close to the lash line and under the lower lashline.
- Blend Grey Metallic under lower lashline
- Add your mascara
Blue Metallic Eyeshadow Finished Look
For the rest of this Blue Metallic Eyeshadow look, I used the Benefit Whatt’s Up Highlighter and did the non-touring makeup trend, then I applied a little bronzer to my cheeks. Next, I added my Jouer Nude lipgloss and then applied Koh Gen Powder to very specific areas of my face. If you want more details on this blue Metallic Eyeshadow look, watch my live Makeup Tutorial below.
Live Blue Metallic Eyeshadow Tutorial
Have a great day everyone and I hope you enjoyed this makeup look!