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Having first found my passion in make-up artistry, I have received professional training in all aspects of makeup including bridal, fashion, theatre and special effects. Since then I have been working in the cosmetics industry and developed my skills to start my own mobile makeup service specialising in bridal, photographic and special occasion make-up in the Leeds and West Yorskhire area. Through my blog you can view previous makeup looks that I have created through my college studies and keep updated on my recent work. Please feel free to contact me either through my blog or email address makeupbylouisa@hotmail.co.uk for further information or rates for my mobile makeup service or follow me on twitter @LouisaBell1

Saturday, 16 February 2013

Eye Shadow Styles

Thought I would create a post on different ways you can apply eye-shadow as this is particularly useful for all you brides to be on deciding what style to have for your wedding day. 
In the photographs below I have used the same three nude colours a beige, medium brown and dark brown/black but you can transform these looks with any colours.


A barely there look for the eyes. Light beige eye-shadow across the lid with medium brown softly blended from the outer corner of the eye into the socket line. Finished with soft black eye pencil and mascara.

Cut Crease

A super defined make-up look using light beige over the eye lid with a contrasting dark colour blended into the socket line. Still natural looking but with a more dramatic effect.

Smokey eye - The Gradient Effect

The most popular smokey eye look starting with the darkest colour on the outer corner of the eye and fading into the lightest colour in the inner corner, a lot of blending and shading techniques to be used in this look.

All-over Smokey Effect

The darkest and most dramatic look with the focus on just one block colour all over the lid teamed with black gel liner and lots of mascara.

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