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Too Faced Pretty Rebel
The inspiration for this look was an updated version of the 60's mod eye with a defined, somewhat unblended crease. I didn't add falsies, because I was testing a new mascara, but feel free to add top and bottom lashes if you are so inclined.
Let's get started:
If you normally use an eyeshadow primer, go ahead and prime your eyes. However, these shadows really don't need a primer to make them last all day. I just prepped my lids with foundation, concealer and a little loose powder. I usually like to start with a wash of a neutral color as a base. Since we are using some dark colors, you may want to apply your foundation after you are done with your eyes. It's really a matter of personal preference.
Base: Apply Dainty (matte pinky-beige) from lash line up to your brow using a fluffy brush. You just want a light wash of color at this point.
Lid: Using a flat shader brush, apply Ringleader (shimmery peachy pink) just to the mobile lid. I used both patting and swiping motions to create the appearance of a nice sheen on the eye. Since these shadows are so pigmented, a little goes a long way. Start with just a touch, you can always add more if you think you need it.
Crease: For the crease, I used a mix of Badass (dark blue-violet metallic)and Totally Fetch (fuchsia). For extra definition, I added just a touch of Miss Sparkles (black with silver shimmer). Just tap a fluffy dome shaped brush in Totally Fetch, then into Badass and blend slightly above the natural crease of your eye. The two colors combined should create a smokey purple color. With a smaller crease brush, add Miss Sparkles. You will want to blend slightly with a clean blending brush, but be careful not to over blend. You want the crease to stay defined for this look. I find it helps to keep the eye open, and look straight ahead into a mirror.
Finishing Steps: Curl lashes, add mascara (and/or false lashes), and finish up the rest of your makeup. I went with Tarte Cosmetics LipSurgence Natural Lip Tint in Moody. On cheeks, I used NYX blush in Cinnamon.
Here is the final eye look:
To see a couple different variations on this look, using the Pretty Rebel palette, check out my Pinterest board, here:
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Tweet me a picture of your Pretty Rebel look @MakeupMatters1