Step-by-Step: Purple with Make Up For Ever

Purple is the color of royalty. It symbolizes power, ambition, and nobility along with creativity and and mystery. This is why this shade has captivated people for centuries. Here, Jangsara shows us how to wear this regal shade with perfection. Easy to create, this is ideal for Halloween or just when you are craving a stunning purple smokey eye. No matter when you choose to wear this remarkable look it is sure to be one you will love.

Contributor:  Jangsara:

Products Used:

Benefit Stay, Don’t Stray Primer (Amazon) (eBay) (Sephora)
Make Up For Ever #07 (lid, highlight) (Amazon) (Sephora)
Make Up For Ever #92 (crease, blending) (Amazon) (eBay) (Sephora)
Make Up For Ever #26 (blending) (Amazon) (Sephora)
Make Up For Ever #04 (crease) (Amazon) (Sephora)
Make Up For Ever #09 (blending) (Amazon)  (Sephora)
Palladio black liquid liner (Makeup Geek Store)
Mascara (Check Makeup Geek Store)

Sugarpill Daydreamer false lashes

Cheaper alternatives:
MUFE #92 =  Sugarpill Poison Plum (Makeup Geek Store)
MUFE #04 = Makeup Geek  Corrupt (Makeup Geek Store)
MUFE#07 = Makeup Geek Ice Queen (Makeup Geek Store)
MUFE #26 = Sugarpill Dollypop (Makeup Geek Store)

Start with priming your lid:

Use flat brush to apply MUFE #07 (white) to whole lid:

Then use crease brush to apply MUFE #92 (purple) to crease. I applied the shadow in winged shape:

Then I used blending brush to blend first #92, and then I blended the purple with MUFE #26 (pink):

Next I applied a hint of MUFE #04 (black) to crease, and blended it with #92:

Some more blending, now with MUFE #09 (lilac):

Then highlighter, MUFE #07 (pearly white) to highlight:

Then lower lashline, I applied MUFE #92 with detail brush, then blended it with #09:

Next step is liner, I applied thick black line with Palladio black liquid liner:

Then mascara:

And I finished the look with dramatic false lashes (Sugarpill Daydreamer):

And the look is done!

(Wig is from Ebay)


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Posted in Advanced Looks, Halloween and other Holidays, Tutorials on (last modified: October 20, 2012)