This post provides an overview of all of the looks included in my recent Rainbow Series. The Rainbow Series includes looks based around each of the colours of the rainbow. You can read about the series and view each of the original individual posts here.
This post provides a short summary of each look and two face photos for each combination. You can click on the links for each look (under the eye photos above and on the titles for each look below) to view more details on how to re-create that particular look, see more photos and see what cheek and lip products I used.
Tip: I used the Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette for all of the looks but you can substitute in eyeshadows from any brand. The NYX Ultimate Shadow Palette in ‘Brights’ is a great dupe for the Urban Decay Full Spectrum and cheaper (£16 instead of £43). You can view the NYX Palette here.
Click here to read my article ‘Parts of the Eye’ for help on where to place eyeshadow colours.
Click on any of the links below (or above in the eye photos) if you want to get more details on shades used and how to re-create the looks.
For the first look in this series, I created a rainbow effect on the eyes by utilising all the colours of the rainbow.
For red rainbow, I combined the red with hot pink, lime green and blackened-brown.
For this look, I combined orange with pink, copper and white for a bright, sunburst effect on the eyes.
I combined yellow with hot pink and purple to create a bright, spring-like effect on the eyes in this look.
I combined greens with dark indigo in the outer v in this look to add a smoky twist.
I combined bright blue with hot pink for this look.
I combined deep indigo with lime, pink and sparkly greyish-white to create a smoky effect on the eyes in this look.
I used violet with orange, coral and copper to create a fun contrast of colours on the eyes.
I hope you enjoyed the Rainbow Series! I would love to see your versions of any of the looks or your own spins using rainbow colours. Let me know if you re-create any of the looks or come up with your own versions.