I’ve been really enjoying creating various eyeshadow combinations using the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette (you can see my post on the palette here). I just love this palette!
I thought it would be fun to post four different combination ideas using the Norvina Palette. I have given details on how to re-create the combination under each look item, along with suggestions for cheek and lip products to go with each look.
If you would like some look ideas using particular shades in the palette, or certain types of looks, let me know! I’m really enjoying playing about with it so stay tuned for more combination ideas!
For this look, I used peachy-coral, copper and plum MAC eyeshadows on the lid, followed by a slick of NYX Vivid Brights Coloured Liquid Liner in Vivid Violet along the upper lashline (you can read more on this product here). I really love how the purple liner contrasts and ‘pops out’ against the peach and copper tones on the lid.
To complement the look: I used Too Faced Sweethearts Bronzer in Sweet Tea (click here to read more about this product), Too Faced Sweethearts Perfect Flush Blush in Sparkling Bellini (click here to read more about this product) and Loreal Colour Riche Shine Lipstick in 464 Color Hype.
Interested reading more posts on MAC? You might enjoy my ‘Spotlight on MAC’ series (you can read more about the series here).
I felt like doing something different with my eye make-up yesterday and came up with this combination. I added in a slick of pale blue liquid liner along the upper lashline to add an unexpected flash of colour to a peachy-pink, orange and brown eyeshadow look.
Tip: If the blue liner is too much for you, you can just leave it out and stick with the eyeshadow look. I really liked how the eyeshadow combination looked on its own as well.
Adding a sweep of coloured eyeliner to an otherwise neutral eyeshadow look is a nice way to introduce colour to your make-up. This technique is particularly nice if you fancy trying out colour but find it a little daunting.
Tip: Sticking to neutral tones of eyeshadow also means you can experiment with different colours of liner. Try purple, blue, bronze and silver for a twist on the same look.
Click here to read more about the Kiko Lasting Precision Automatic Eyeliner I used in this look.
I’m a huge fan of the Kiko Water eyeshadows and so I couldn’t resist picking up another one when they had a sale in store. I just love the shimmery, candy pink hue of this particular Water eyeshadow. I mixed it up a little by applying purple in the crease and and a silver liquid liner along the upper lashline.
Click here to read more about the Water eyeshadows and see swatches of the other shades that I have (210, 212, 219 and 221).
For this look, I added a slick of a glitter liner (Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Amp) along the lashline to add some sparkle to this aqua-green combination. I really like the glitter liner adds a little extra something to the look, without changing it too much.
For this particular look, I took inspiration from a skirt I have with a tie-dye, swirled effect. The skirt has a mix of black, pink, blue and purple and I thought it would look so cool to mimic that combination on my eyes.
For this look, I brightened up a deep teal smokey eye by applying a true gold eyeshadow on the inner part of the lid. Using a lighter, shimmery shade on the inner lid adds some contrast when using deeper colours elsewhere on the lid.
MAC Patina is a really interesting eyeshadow, in that it can look more gold, taupe or green, depending on what other shades you use alongside it. I combined Patina with green, brown and taupe tones to bring out the different flecks in the shade.
For this look, I used shades from the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette to create a soft, plummy effect on the eyes.
Note: I used the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette and the brush that comes with it to create this look. You can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades to re-create this look (if you don’t have the Naked 3 palette), along with any similar brushes in your kit.