Yes, this look is LOUD. I kind of love it, though. And it’s surprisingly easy with sugarpill eyeshadows. T hey blend easily, and are BRIGHT as all heck!
We’ll need Sugarpill Tako(matte white) Dollypop(hot pink/fuchsia), Poison Plum(purple with a magenta hint) and Love+(matte red). We’ll use a sephora #23 all-over shadow brush, and the larger Posh domed crease brush. Also, an angled liner brush, and Sephora cream liner in Bewitch me. Oh, and your mascara of choice.
Prime the lid with Urban Decay Primer Potion, and finish your brows. Tap the domed crease brush into Poison Plum, and apply it to the outer crease. Don’t go all the way to the corner of the lower lid.
Clean off the domed brush, and tap it into Dollypop. Blend above crease, working towards center of crease. Extend it slightly further into the inner eye than Poison Plum
Fill in the lower lid COMPLETELY with Love+ , using your all-over shadow brush. Blend it lightly upwards, in the inner corner, so that it meets the edge of Dollypop.
Next, snag Tako. Clean off the domed crease brush, and apply tako to the browbone. I prefer this brush because the tip is smaller, and we can work around our hot pink crease. This look has a VERY high falloff. Apply it mostly to the outer corner. On the inner browbone, blend it with Love+ and dollypop, in little circles. I like this because it can really emphasize a brow arch(mine are mostly straight, so they need all the help they can GET!)
Next, grab your all-over shadow brush. It’s slightly fluffier than the crease brush, so it’s better suited to softening blendings. Brighten up your colors with it, and pull the colors into each other slightly. Line the lower waterline with Rockstar, smudging it into the lower lashline slightly
Next, line your upper lashline with a fairly thick coat of Bewitch Me. Bewitch me is very creamy, so remember to distribute it evenly on the angled liner brush. You can rub it back and forth on the lid, or on almost any flat surface(I like ceramic tiles, because they’re easy to clean and sanitize. I’m a germ nerd at times). Start near the outer corner, pulling the brush outwards. Work inward in segments that way, adding more product to the brush if need be. The line should be slightly thicker at the outer lashline.
Finish with your mascara of choice, and/or a pair of false lashes. I like buxom mascara for a pseudo-false look. At this point, I made a last minute decision, and added a bit more Poison Plum to the crease using a small, dense crease brush. I pulled the inner corner of the color inward, with a sharper contour.
Anyways, finish your skin, conceal any under eye bags, etc. We’re done!
I threw on a bubble-gum pink blush(Well, Sugarpill Birthday Girl eyeshadow pigment, but it works in that capacity too!), and a soft pink lips, with some magenta notes, to try to avoid overwhelming it. It’s fun matching lips to bright eyes like this. Plus, these bright colors REALLY make eyes pop. I love it.