How To Do Rainbow Eye Make-Up
How To Do Rainbow Eye Make-Up
This Videojug film has been created to teach you how to create a rainbow eye shadow makeup look. So if you want to impress with makeup skills, use this video to create the beautiful rainbow eye shadow look!
Okay, so today, I am going to show you how to do a rainbow eye makeup look which, you know, if you're going to a carnival or some kind of really jazzy party, you might want to go a bit funkier. So, the first thing I'm going to do, which you should do with any eye makeup, really, is apply some face powder or just really neutral eye shadow onto the eyelids first as a base because it really helps with blending the colours. So, I'm just using a face powder as my base, just take some up, a nice wide fluffy brush is best for this.
I'm going to hold a tissue under the eye to stop heavy mess from falling on the face which saves you from doing a clean-up job later. So, just sweep that across the whole eye area and that's that. Then I'm going to start off by using a blue eye shadow, I'm going for a very vibrant, I'm using this one here by MAC, it's called Fresh Water.
Again, I've used quite a flat brush, quite a wide one, always tap off a bit of the excess, it helps stop making mess. Okay, I'm going to hold a tissue and I'm going to press it onto the eyelid to get more intense coverage. I'm just going to take a bit onto my hand because I got too much on my brush.
This one is called Shimmer Moss, it's another MAC product, you can use a light green or if you want to go a bit more vibrant, you can a more intense dark green like this one, again, any brand, it doesn't really matter. And I'm just going to use this in the socket line and in fact, I'm going to change my brush, I'm going to use a rounder brush now because this kind of brush is easier to get into the socket line. So, I'm going to use this darker shade as my socket line definer, you always want to use a darker shade in the socket line, just gives a more flattering look, basically.
And if you have trouble getting into the socket area, you can always lift up your eyebrow like this and that gives you easier access into that area. This one is called Bright Sunshine, it's another MAC one but again, use any brand you like. I'm going to take this right up to the top of the eyebrow.
And with this rainbow look, the way I'm doing it, I'm not worrying about keeping the colours distinct and separate. I think it looks really nice if they smudge into each other. Just have fun with it, really, don't worry about being too neat.
And I'm grabbing another brush, this one's called a blending brush which is a bit longer and it's really fluffy, I don't know if you can see that. And I'm going to use this brush just to sweep over everything to blend the colours in. For the piece de resistance, I'm going to use a really bright pink rather than a red, I know rainbow is supposed to be red but I think it's really nice, bright pink.
I'm going to take this right up the top here, and you can do this as subtly or as vibrantly as you like. This is quite a subtle rainbow look. And then, to finish the look off, I'm going to get a darker indigo colour and use that as an eyeliner shade.
So, I've got a smaller brush now, I'm going for a darker kind of blue purple and I'm just going to put this along the lash line and sweep it out. Okay, I'm just going to finish the look with lashings of black mascara just to set it off. And I'm using black because this is such a strong look, I don't think anything else would make the impact.
You could even apply some false lashes as well if you wanted to. And that's how I would do a rainbow eye makeup. .