Article_partyLook-4Blue, turquoise eye makeup look has been popular on the runway lately. There is no reason why you shouldn’t try out this look especially on a night out with the girls. Here is how you can turn this runway look into a daring party look.

Step 1: First, apply a primer all over your eyelids. This helps the eyeshadow stay on your skin without creasing or falling off throughout the day.

Step 2: Then, pick a light colour and lightly apply it all over your eyelids up to your brow bone, with a bit more focus on the inner corners of your eye and the bottom of your lash line. This will give your eyes a bigger, brighter appearance.

Article_partyLook-1Step 3: Using an intermediate colour, start blending from the outer edge of your eyes inwards. Do this for both top and bottom. You can use multiple colours to create a stronger look, or give your eyes a gradient like effect.

Step 4: With a dark shade, give your eyes a smoky look by blending once again from the outer edge of your eyes, fading towards your inner eye’s lash line. Focus more colour at the outer edge of your lash line, both on top and at the bottom.

Step 5: Using a green liquid eye liner, carefully line slightly above your upper lash line with a thick and precise line, leaving a slight gap from your lash line. Create a wing that edges up in the direction of the end of your brow.

Article_partyLook-2Step 6: Create a bit more drama by adding a thin line close to your lower lash line using a different but complimentary liquid eyeliner like blue.

Step 7: Using a solid black liquid eyeliner, carefully line your lash line, especially on your upper lash line. Make sure you properly fill in the gaps. Follow the lower edge of your green liner, going slightly over it but be careful not to overdo it as you do not want to completely cover it.

Step 8: Finally, apply a generous amount of mascara and you’re good to go! (Ps. Don’t forget to curl your lashes)

Products Used:Article_partyLook-3See, that wasn’t so hard was it? Green and blue shades actually work very well with almost all eye colours as they are relatively subtle yet still remain vibrant enough. In fact, why not try out all sorts of different shades and coloured eyeliner? There really is nothing to fear!