Sunday, 23 October 2011

Eye Tutorial for Hazel eyes feat L'Oreal Paris and Physician's Formula - plus FOTD

Hazel Eyes Tutorial (Feat. L'Oreal Paris and Physician's Formula) and FOTD

Hi everybody! I hope you are all well and having just as much fun staying beautiful as I am! I had a girls night with my bestie on Friday night and I decided to go all out with my makeup and make my hazel eyes pop with vibrant purples. These colors would look great with all other eye colors and skin tones too, purple is just one of those colors that makes hazel eyes pop the most. This tutorial is featuring products from Physician's Formula and L'Oreal Paris, please keep reading if you want to find out how I got this look!

Here is a picture of my full face:

Now I will show you some more close ups of the eyes and get into the products and tools and how I created the look!

The Eye Look:

Products and Tools Used:
Products in the photo: Physician's Formula Shimmer Strips custom eye enhancing shadow and liner for Green Eyes, The purply pink liner from the Physician's Formula Shimmer Strips custom eye enhancing eyeliner trio for Hazel eyes, Physician's Formula Shimmer Strips custom eye enhancing Gel CreamLiner trio for Hazel Eyes, L'Oreal Paris Color Infaillible velvety powder 24 H hold eyeshadow in "005Purple Obsession", L'Oreal Voluminous Million Lashes mascara in "Blackest Black".

 Tools in the photo: Spa Resource crease blender brush, Eco Tools travel blending eyeshadow brush, a Maybelline eyeliner brush that came with gel liner, Elf Professional eye shadow brush.

So now that I have shown you the products and tools used, let's get started. If you want to keep this all Physician's formula and L'Oreal like me, feel free to go out and pick up the customized products Physician's Formula makes for your eye color and choose a corresponding color from the L'Oreal Color Infaillible line. The only product I used that was not by those two brands was my eyeshadow primer. I started with applying that from my lashline to right underneath my brow (Palladio Herbal Eyeshadow Primer). Next I took my L'Oreal Color Infaillible velvety powder 24 H hold eyeshadow in the shade "005 Purple Obsession" with my Spa Resource crease brush (this is a dense medium sized domed brush) and I started applying this shadow at the outer corner of my eyelid and blended it 3/4's of the way into my crease and up to the bottom of my brow bone. This shadow is like a creamy pigment that dries, so I suggest using this one first so you can create your outer V shape. These shadows are very pigmented and dry fast, so you must work carefully with them. Once you have your desired shape, take a blending brush, like the one I used in the photo above to blend your pigmented shadow to ensure there are no harsh lines. After this I applied the purple color in my Physician's Formula eyeshadow palette (third color from the left  in the photo above) to the inner 1/4th of my lid blending it in with the darker purple using a flat shader brush. I used the white in the Physician's Formula palette shown above (first color on the left in the photo) to highlight my brow bone and inner corner using my blending brush. Next I took a purple eyeliner from a Physician's Formula eyeliner trio for Hazel Eyes and applied that to my lower lash line (these liners are great for applying in this area, they don't budge!). I used a dark black gel liner for my upper lash line, tight line, and water line - from the Physician's Formula Gel CreamLiner trio for Hazel Eyes with my tiny pointed eyeliner brush. Lastly I applied 3 coats of L'Oreal's Voluminous Million Lashes mascara to complete the look!

I love how this turned out and how nicely purple shades pop hazel eyes!


Here are the products I used on the rest of my face:

I used Femme Couture Flawless Touch creme foundation, Revlon PhotoReady Concealer, and Elf's Complexion Perfection powder to set those products. I used Rimmel London's Lasting Finish blush in "Berry" and NYC's Matte bronzer in "Sunny".


On my lips I wore Rimmel London's Lasting Finish Lipstick in "Airy Fairy", this color is nude for me, as it's a my lips but better color! Over top of that I used Hard Candy's Glossaholic lip gloss in "Gorgeous".

Well that completes the entire look - I just wanted to show you all how I make my hazel eyes pop and a FOTD, I am totally loving all of the products mentioned in this post and many of them will be on my October Favorites list - some of which I will be explaining in more detail!

I hope you all try and do a look that makes your eye color pop! Feel free to ask me if you have any questions or if you aren't sure which colors make YOUR eye color pop, I would be happy to help so comment below! :)

Thank you so much for reading, have a great week, Peace and Love!


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