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FOTD: Glittery Blue + Teal Party Makeup Look

December 23, 2010

Need ideas on a fun party look? You can never go wrong with glitter and bold eyeshadows!

Glittery teal party eye makeup

Glittery teal party eye makeup
Glittery party eye makeup

What I Used

• Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation in #120
• Buxom Stay-There Eye Shadow in Black Lab
• MAC Later Pigment
• MAC Partylicious Pigment
• MAC Reflects Duo Purple Glitter
• Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Virgin
• Barry M Liquid Eyeliner in Black
• Makeup For Life Lashes in Hugs ‘n Kisses on top
• Rimmel London Lash Accelerator in Extreme Black
• MAC Mineralize Blush in Utterly Game
• MAC Sculpt and Shape Powder in Accentuate/Sculpt
• Nuxe Baume Prodigieux Levres Nutri-Protecting Lip Care SPF 15 in 02 Rose Legendaire

Step By Step How To
Since we are doing a dark eye, start with the eyes before anything else for minimal cleanup.

1. Fill in eyebrows as needed.

2. Apply a cream-based black shadow on the eyelid as a base. This will create more intensity and give the glitter something to grab onto.

3. Pat a black-bluish eyeshadow (MAC Later Pigment) on top of the cream shadow.

4. Dip a wet eyeshadow brush into some blue glitter (MAC Reflects Duo Purple Glitter) and pat directly on top of the black shadow. Blend off the edges carefully without rubbing off the glitter.

5. Using a wet brush, apply a teal color (MAC Partylicious Pigment) on the lower eye. Applying it wet will make the color pop and stay on longer.

6. Line the upper lashline with a black liquid liner.

7. Highlight the brow bone with a shimmery light color (Urban Decay Virgin Eyeshadow).

8. Apply several coats of black mascara on your top lashes before adding fake lashes.

9. Now that we are done with the eyes, clean up any fallouts with a Q-tip dipped in eye makeup remover. To remove glitter stuck on your face, you can also use scotch tape.

10. Apply foundation and concealer as needed.

11. Warm up your cheeks with a peachy shade (MAC Utterly Game Blush). Highlight the bridge of your nose with a light beige color and contour the jawline with a matte brown color (MAC Sculpt and Shape Powder).

12. Finish with a coral lip gloss (Nuxe Rose Legendaire Gloss).

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  • Reply makeup morsels December 23, 2010 at 10:01 pm

    ohh dang this is supercute! I especially love the lipcolor your paired with your eye look. Happy Holidays!

  • Reply Cissa França December 23, 2010 at 10:10 pm

    Hello, perfect makeup!
    I liked your page Phyllis Li

    Merry Christmas!
    Cissa França

  • Reply Karen December 24, 2010 at 12:56 am

    I love glitter for parties!

    How are u doing? Couldn’t get hold of you the last couple days… Was just hoping to say happy holidays!

  • Reply Karen December 24, 2010 at 2:49 am

    I love glitter for parties! Nice look!

    Couldn’t get hold of you the last couple days… just wanna say Happy Holidays!

  • Reply elisa March 4, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    your makeup is gorgeous! I always wanted to know if you use powder to set your foundation?

    • Reply Phyllis March 4, 2011 at 6:03 pm

      Thanks Elisa =)

      I don’t always set my foundation with powder, but when I do, I like MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural, Bobbi Brown Sheer Finish Loose Powder and Estee Lauder Double Wear Mineral Rich Loose Powder Makeup SPF 12.

  • Reply Celyn September 12, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    You’re makeup skills are absoulutley amazing! Where do you buy your makeup at???

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