For one night at the disco we choose a make up that presents an intense gaze and deep. To add a touch of charm and launch bewitching glances!
The summer, you know, is synonymous with long evenings out having fun. If you’re planning a wild night at the disco, I suggest a make-up intense and bright but with a touch of color, which for the summer, never hurts.
Beautypically offers the instruction to help you create a perfect make-up for the occasion, which certainly will not go unnoticed!
1 After making a basic face, we focus on the eyes. I correct discolorations, apply a primer eyes ( Eye shadow base “persuades” the beauty Sigma) and redefined the eyebrows with a special cream ( Dip Brow Pomad and Anastasia Beverly Hill ).
2 How predominant color for this makeup I chose a beautiful blue eye shadow ( Eternity of Nabla) by applying it into the inside and outside of the eye, stretching it slightly towards the temples to give the eyes an elongated effect. I chose to keep out of the central part of the eyelid.
3 In the central part of the eyelid I applied, in a very intense, a very sparkling purple eye shadow ( Superposition of Nabla).
4 Now we turn to illuminate the eye. I have chosen to apply an eye shadow under the brow arch-colored butter ( Butterfly of Snow Cosmetics) and on the other hand, at the inner corner, a bright eye shadow cream ( Etoile of Snow Cosmetics).
5 Last but crucial step is to define the eye. Black pencil in the upper and lower inner rim (Kajal pencil to Collistar), a beautiful eyeliner (Lasting Drama Gel Liner from Maybelline) and lots of mascara ( I love Extreme of Essence).
6 (final result to eye closed).
7-8 (full-face end result) For the face I used a basic primer ( Bio Primer Matting of Snow Cosmetics) so that the makeup does not melt during the evening and a mineral foundation (Hight Coverage Mineral Foundation of Snow Cosmetics). Cheeks a bright pink blush ( blush “berry merry” of ELF) and to complete the look, a lipstick that emphasizes the natural color of the lips ( twig of MAC).
Well…? What are you doing still here? Put the hands of brushes and… have fun!