Butterfly Effect Eye Shadow

Eye shadow is very important in make up. For who still new with make and learn how to do it, there are lot of tutorial in youtube. But today I want to share gorgeous butterfly effect from Elle magazine. Here are get the look beautiful eyes with artistic eye shadow  butterfly effect best fall 2012.
1. Smoky purple

Beautiful model with beautiful lips and eyes and the eye shadow is very gorgeous. This smoky eye seen at Roberto Cavalli, by McGrath. The Eyeshadow Quad in Elegance and The Eyeshadow Duo in Gems, both by Dolce & Gabbana; Covergirl Liquiline Blast in Black Fire

How to?
Step 1: Dust brown shadow over the entire lid, concentrating pigment on the outer two thirds. Next, press a purple hue into the inner one third of the lid.

Step 2: Layer an emerald shade onto the center, diffusing the edges and lightly blending into the purple and brown hues.

Step 3: For definition, dab more brown shadow around the outer edge, then layer the shade along the lower lash line.

Step 4: Use a Q-tip to press a gold shadow into the inner corners. Finish by completely lining the upper and lower lash lines with black eyeliner.  

2. Smoky green
Beautiful smoky eye shadow with green and golden. This smoky butterfly effect seen at: Jason Wu, by Diane Kendal. Get the look with Pro Chromagraphic Pencils in Marine Ultra and Landscape Green; Eye Shadow in Club, Pro Pigment in Kelly Green, all by M.A.C

How to?
Step 1: Dust a golden brown shadow over the entire lid, staying just below the brow bone. Extend the shadow past the outer corner.

Step 2: Using two shades of green liner (for dimension), trace a V shape at the outer edge of the eye and smudge inward to blend. Use a small brush to apply kelly green powder over the liner and above the crease for a shimmery touch.

Step 3: Extend a black liner along the upper lash line and out to the point of the V.

Step 4: Finish with two coats of your favorite black mascara.

3. Smoky Blue

This smoky gorgeous blue seen at Prabal Gurung, by Charlotte Tilbury. Get the look of this butterfly effect smoky blue with Technakohl Liner in Smoothblue, Cream Shadow in Venetian Tarnish, Pigment in Blue Brown, and Eye Shadow in Freshwater, all by M.A.C

How to?

Step 1: As a primer, blend a taupe cream eye shadow over the entire lid up to the brow bone and below the lower lashes.

Step 2: Lightly dust a cool brown loose shadow over the lid, concentrating intensity along the brow bone.

Step 3: Using a Q-tip, dab blue shadow into the inner corner of the eye. Use the other end of the Q-tip to apply the brown pigment along the lower lash line.

Step 4: Use a fingertip to pat blue eye shadow across the lid in an outward, angled shape, mimicking wings. Finish with a matching cerulean liner to trace hard edges, creating a defined shape.


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