Spring is approaching fast, and I'm already so excited for the lighter colors of this season! I love fall and winter colors, but I am so ready to play around with more bright, pastel shades in my outfits and makeup. Today, I'm sharing a springy makeup tutorial using my new favorite eyeshadow palette, Urban Decay's Vice 4.MicaBeauty Eye Primer, I began packing the shade Fast-Ball onto my entire lid with a Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush. This is a really pinky-toned salmon, and to get such a pale color to stand out, packing is much better than just brushing the color on.
Deluxe Crease Brush, also by Real Techniques.
Dual-Ended Crown Brush, then blended it into Grasshopper with Real Techniques' Brow Brush for a precise finish.
Skone Cosmetics' Insanely Intense Tattooed Eyeliner in Jet Black, and applied a medium-sized line and wing to my upper lid. I then used Coastal Scents' Xpress Liner to fill in my entire waterline.
Urban Decay's Perversion Mascara, the look is done! I'd never really played around with green eyeshadow much until this look, and I ended up really loving it with the pink. The contrast between the pastel shadows and dark liner also really make this look pop.
This tutorial is part of Glossier's celebration of Pantone's 2016 Color of the Year, Rose Quartz and Serenity, in their #glossierpink campaign. All participants are sharing how they add a touch of pink to their beauty routine or daily outfits, and you can find the full collection on the Glossier Pink Pinterest board here. Make sure you check out Glossier's selection of beauty products here as well! Aside from the salmon color on my eyes, I added a touch of pink to my lips with the Urban Decay Revolution Lip Gloss in the shade Savage. This is probably the boldest shade of pink I've ever worn on my lips, and I thought it was really fun! I may have to start rocking a pink lip more often.
How do you incorporate pink into your makeup routine? Let me know in the comments below!