Today I created a neon and sparkles eyeshadow design that was inspired by a yellow, pink, and silver sparkled card that I recently purchased for a friend. This is certainly not an every-day look…but it’s fun for an occasion where neon and sparkled eyeshadow is appropriate. So…maybe a bachelorette party, girls night out, or something similar with a party atmosphere. I just definitely wouldn’t recommend this one for a wedding.
A few months ago I purchased the Urban Decay Electric Palette. I know that it’s not for everyone, but for those of you who are intrigued by neon eyeshadow looks, I have to say, I have used it a ton! For this neon and sparkles eyeshadow design, I used neon pink from the electric palette, a lose yellow pigment from M.A.C, black eyeshadow, Cate McNabb gel liner, and some silver sparkles.
Here is the card that inspired me to do this sparkles and neon eyeshadow design! Do you think my eyeshadow design reflects this card well?
1. I started out with a creamy black eyeliner pencil and created a “c” shape starting at my lower lash-line and sweeping it into the contour of my eye.
2. Then I blended that out with a blender eyeshadow brush.
3. Next I placed glitter-glue from Too Faced on the space of my eye-lid that I wanted my sparkles. I then patted the sparkles onto the glitter-glue.
4. With black eyeshadow, I placed it on the outer 1/3rd of my lower lash-line.
5. Then I placed the Neon yellow pigment from M.A.C cosmetics on the middle 1/3rd of the lower lash-line.
6. Last, I placed the neon pink color from the Electric palette on the inner 1/3rd of the lower lash-line. Then I finished the look by placing white eyeliner on the rim of my lower eyelid and then added false eyelashes.
What I Used
4. Cate McNabb Gel Eyeliner
I hope you guys enjoyed this Neon and Sparkles, eyeshadow design! Where would you where this one to?
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