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).
This is the first of my looks using the new Urban Decay Moondust Palette. I really wanted to create a smokier look using one of the Moondust eyeshadows and so I used a deep metallic cranberry paintpot as a base. This particular paint pot adds a really pretty plum hue to Element eyeshadow.
Tip: Experimenting with different colours of eyeshadow base can bring out different tones in whatever eyeshadow you choose to use.
You can read more about this palette, see photos and view swatcheshere.
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.