Hawaiian Plumeria Photo Tutorial


Like a garden abloom with plumeria, this look is a delightful way to freshen up your makeup routine. Pinks, oranges, and reds collide to create a fusion of tropical tones on the lids. Winged liner and a smoky lower lash line add depth to this beautiful (and botanical!) creation. Follow along to recreate the look!


  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Cocoa Bear
  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Peach Smoothie
  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Frappe
  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Mai Tai
  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Bitten
  • Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Corrupt
  • Makeup Geek Gel Eyeliner in Immortal


  • Makeup Geek’s Defined Crease Brush
  • Makeup Geek’s Outer V Brush
  • Makeup Geek’s Soft Dome Brush 
  • Makeup Geek’s Pencil Brush 
  • Makeup Geek’s Bent Liner Brush
  • Makeup Geek’s Small Crease Brush
  • A flat stiff brush (Like MAC’s 239)


  • Create a good base with your favorite long lasting primer to intensify the pigmentation and increase the staying power of any shadows
  • With a soft dome brush, apply a mixture of Latte and Peach Smoothie all over the lid and transition
  • Deepen the crease using Cocoa Bear and a defined crease brush


  • Using a bent liner brush and Immortal, create a dramatic wing, connecting to the crease and filling inward
  • Smudge the liner with a small crease brush towards the center of the eye to cover the outer 1/3 of the eye


  • Pat Mai Tai all over the inner 2/3 of the lid with a flat stiff brush
  • On the outer 1/3 of the lid apply Bitten, blend inward with an outer v brush


  • Run Immortal into the lower waterline using a clean bent liner brush
  • Smudge Corrupt along the lower lash line with a pencil brush and blend out using a small crease brush


  • Apply a set of false lashes that will accentuate this dramatic eye look.
  • Pair with lengthening lower lash mascara and you’re all set!


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