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25 Best Eye Makeup Tutorials  

There is no other territory that is richer for experimentation than applying eyeshadow for makeup. This is because different eye makeup can be highly transformative. The best part is you do not have to be a professional to achieve these looks. You can always look for eye makeup tutorials to nail this look. So, if you are wondering how to choose the right color for your skin tone, we have got you covered.  You no longer have to worry about the eye makeup you will wear for your next night out. Keep reading!

Different Styles of Eye Makeup Tutorials  

    

  1. Brown and Gold Soft Eye Makeup
  2. Soft Smokey Eye
  3. Gold Festive Eyes
  4. Defined-Crease Smokey Eye
  5. The Simple Day-Look
  6. Deep Blue Eyeshadow
  7. Rose Gold Eyes
  8. Plum Smokey Eye
  9. Blue Winged Liner
  10. Simple Kohl-Lined Smokey Eye
  11. Mermaid Eyeshadow
  12. Brown Cut Crease And Black Eyeliner
  13. Black And Silver Smokey Eye
  14. Copper Gold Eye Makeup
  15. Warm Copper Green Eye Makeup
  16. Simple Eye Makeup For Work
  17. Magnify Your Eyes
  18. Foiled Sunset Eyes
  19. Navy and Purple Smokey Eye
  20. Metallic Blue Smokey Eyeshadow
  21. Leaf Green Eye Makeup
  22. Deep-Gold Winged Liner
  23. The Under 5 Minute Eye Makeup
  24. The Classic Cat-Eye
  25. Sultry Copper-Rose Gold Eyes

 

1. Brown And Gold Soft Eye Makeup

This pretty eyeshadow oriented look uses brown and gold eyeshadow that’s blended in together. Remember, blending is key. It’s a subtle yet festive look that looks so beautiful.

What You Need

  • Brown eyeshadow
  • Gold eyeshadow
  • Thin brush
  • Flat brush
  • Eyeshadow blending brush
  • Mascara

How To Apply Brown And Gold Soft Eye Makeup?

  1. Start by applying an eye makeup primer.
  2. Using a thin brush, deposit the brown shadow on the inner as well as the outer corner of your eye.
  3. With a flat brush, use gold eyeshadow for the center.
  4. Use the thin brush to enhance your lower lash line with brown and gold.
  5. With your eyeshadow blending brush, blend out the eyeshadows properly.
  6. Swipe on some mascara to complete the look!

2. Soft Smokey Eye

This soft smokey eye look is great for evenings or night outs! It looks sultry and smoking hot. Also, this look is really simple to achieve. Pair it up with nude lips, and you will slay.

What You Need

  • Flat eyeshadow brush
  • Nude eyeshadow
  • Brown eyeshadow
  • Black eyeshadow
  • Black eyeliner
  • Mascara

How To Apply Soft Smokey Eye Makeup?

  1. Use a primer and cover your eyelid with a nude eyeshadow. This way your makeup will stay put for longer.
  2. Line your upper and lower waterline with a black eyeliner pencil.
  3. With a flat brush, use the soft brown eyeshadow to cover up the upper eyelid and the area right under your lower lash line. Make sure you elongate the outer corners.
  4. Repeat the process using black eyeshadow and start at the outer corner.
  5. Blend well.
  6. Apply mascara to finish the look.

This is a great look for parties or other events. When you’re doing a smokey eye, make sure you use a concealer for your under eye circles to avoid raccoon-eyes. Also, take it easy with the lips and opt for subtle shades or a lip gloss.

3. Gold Festive Eyes

This gorgeous gold eyeshadow with the perfect winged liner looks strikingly festive. It’s bright and youthful and will look exceptionally beautiful on those of you with brown eyes.

What You Need

  • Brown eyeliner pencil
  • Flat eyeshadow brush
  • Blending brush
  • Golden eyeshadow
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • Mascara

 

 

How To Apply Gold Festive Eye Makeup?

  1. Using a brown eyeliner pencil, draw a semi-circle on the crease of your upper eyelid, filling in only the outer corner.
  2. With a flat brush, blend and smoothen the product out until there are no harsh lines visible.
  3. At the center, apply golden eyeshadow and blend properly.
  4. Using a black liquid eyeliner, do a simple winged line on your upper lash line.
  5. Apply a thick coat of mascara to achieve the final result.

Make sure you highlight your eyebrow bone and the inner corner of your eyes with a lighter shade of eyeshadow to make your eyes look more awake and youthful. If you are going in with this look, make sure the rest of your face has a rather minimal do to keep the focus on the eyes.

4. Defined-Crease Smokey Eye

This classic smokey eye looks fabulous for the times you want to aim for a little bit of drama! Whether it’s a date night or a girls night out, this is one look that will never go out of fashion.

What You Need

  • Black eyeliner pencil
  • Thin brush
  • Flat brush
  • Angled brush
  • Highlighter
  • Mascara

How To Apply Defined-Crease Smokey Eye Makeup?

  1. Using your black eyeliner pencil, draw along your crease line and upper lash line, connecting the outer corners as shown in the first step.
  2. Use a thin brush to fill in the color towards the outer corners, the lower lashline and to evenly blend the product out.
  3. Apply a nude eyeshadow to highlight the inner corners and the brow bone using a flat brush.
  4. Use your flat brush to smudge the liner on your lower lashline to create the smokey effect.
  5. With your angular brush, define your waterline using your black liner.
  6. Apply mascara, and you’re done!

Wasn’t that simple? Keep the rest of your makeup to the very minimum as this is a pretty heavy smokey eye.

 

5. The Simple Day-Look

If you want to keep it low-key and casual with only some soft, pink eyeshadow and mascara, then this look is an ideal choice for work or when you’re heading out for Sunday brunch.

What You Need

  • Nude eyeshadow
  • Soft peach eyeshadow
  • Blush pink eyeshadow
  • Deep brown or black eyeshadow
  • Flat brush
  • Mascara

How To Apply Simple Day Look Makeup?

  1. Start by covering your upper eyelid with a nude shadow.
  2. With the soft peach shadow, define your crease using a blending brush.
  3. Fill the upper eyelid with the blush pink eyeshadow.
  4. To define your upper and lower lashline, use a deep brown or a black eyeshadow and apply this with an angular brush along the lash line.
  5. Blend this out with the blending brush.
  6. Swipe some waterproof mascara on, and you are good to go! This is a quick and simple day look that gives your eyes the right amount of definition and color.

 

6. Deep Blue Eyeshadow

This look uses a gorgeous shade of blue and hints of white for a super pretty and fresh outcome. You can also use a different shade of eyeshadow as per your preference.

What You Need

  • Blue eyeliner pencil
  • Nude eyeshadow
  • Flat brush
  • Angled brush
  • White eyeliner pencil
  • Mascara

How To Apply Blue Eyeshadow Makeup?

  1. Create a wing along your upper lash line using a blue eyeliner. Also, use this to define the outer corners of your lower lash line.
  2. Using a flat brush, smoothen the lines out evenly and blend the color from the center of your eye towards the outer corners.
  3. Apply the nude eyeshadow on your upper eyelid, from the center to the inner corners.
  4. Line your upper lash line while you hold the eyeliner as close to the lash line as possible.
  5. With an angled brush, blend out the product on your lower lash line till it looks soft and blended.
  6. Take a white eyeliner pencil and use this to line your lower lash line and waterline.
  7. Apply a thick coat of mascara after curling your lashes.

If you have light eyes like hazel or green, this will look beautiful because the color of blue will pop out more than it does on darker eyes. However, this is a great look for all eye colors!

7. Rose Gold Eyes

Rose gold is perhaps the most flattering eyeshadow in any palette. Doesn’t it look incredible? This can be worn during the day as well, as it’s quite subtle. To achieve this classy look, you only need to follow a few simple steps.

                  What You Need

  • A nude eyeshadow for your base
  • Rose gold eyeshadow
  • Soft brown eyeshadow
  • Flat brush
  • Blending brush
  • Deep brown eyeliner pencil
  • Mascara
  • Eyelash curler
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How To Apply Rose Gold Eye Makeup?

  1. Using a flat brush, cover your eyelid with the nude eyeshadow as a base and so your rose gold pops out.
  2. Fill in your crease with a subtle hint of the soft brown eyeshadow and blend this towards the outer corner of your eye.
  3. Use the rose gold eyeshadow to fill in the rest of the lid and blend the two out, so they look seamless.
  4. Curl your lashes and apply mascara.
  5. Using a deep brown or a black eyeliner pencil, tightline your upper waterline, so your lashes look fuller.
  6. Add a hint of highlighter on the inner corner of your eye and also under the arch of your eyebrow for more definition.

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