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Mar 5, 2013

Splash of Spring Makeup Tutorial|A Cherry Blossom Inspired Look

Spring is the perfect time to try out a new makeup look for it is the season that signifies renewal and rejuvenation. 

Take a leisurely stroll through the garden, and you'll spot the spectacular natural surroundings and the stunning beauty of Spring blossoms. This makeup tutorial is inspired by the charming elegance of cherry blossom.

Products used for this makeup look,

  1. Wet n Wild Color Icon Collection Eyeshadow Trio (#333 I Got Good Jeans)
  2. Wet n Wild Color Icon Collection Eyeshadow Trio (#336 Spoiled Brat)
  3. Jill Stuart Jewel Crystal Eyes (#01 Crystal Ruby)
  4. Laura Mercier Eye Basics (Wheat)
  5. Paul & Joe Color Palette (#002 Chelsea)
  6. Smashbox Best of Cream Eye Liner Palette

Prep the eyelid with an eyeshadow primer or a nude cream base.

Apply a pale pink shade all over the lid

Take a light pink shadow and paint it over the outer half of the upper lid.

Apply a golden yellow color to the entire lower lash line.

Dab a bright pink to the outer half of the crease. Take the same color and apply it below the lower lash line. Drag out the golden shadow that was applied earlier.

Line both the upper and lower lash line with a brown eyeliner. Draw a few thin stripes at the end.

Brush on your favorite mascara or put on some false lashes, and then the makeup look is finished. 

It's a bit dramatic for an everyday look, but you can always tone down the pink to suite your need. 

Ah! The weather is so nice, so I've been spending more times outdoor. I hope you enjoy this tutorial, and I will talk to you all soon.   ~Angela

30 comments:

  1. ooh, im loving the look! really pretty! ^_~

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    1. Janet, it's great to hear that you like this makeup look.

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  2. I should have gotten Chelsea, the colour combination is so pretty!

    Gorgeous EOTD as usual, my dear!

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    1. Blair, Chelsea definitely surprised me with how pretty it is. The pink shade is actually a blush color, but I used it on my eyes anyways.

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  3. Very pretty look, I LOVE to use a golden shade on my lower lashline!

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    1. Tina, I love golden shade as well. It brings warmth to any makeup looks.

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  4. I love it, it looks so nice on you!!

    Greetings from Shirayuki's Beauty.

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  5. I love this look! I'm a big fan of cherry blossoms but I haven't tried to interpret the pretty flower in a makeup look. You did a great job, Angela!

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    1. Sunny, I'd be really interested to see your interpretation on a makeup look inspired by this beautiful flower.

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  6. Love the makeup look - gorgeous!

    Kayte @ imminentbeauty.blogspot.com.au

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    1. Kayte, good to hear that you enjoyed this tutorial.

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  7. This is such a pretty look, and thank you for the tutorial too!

    I must try some Wet & Wild palettes, I don't own any but I've heard such good things about them!

    xx

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  8. Hi Angela,
    Thank you for providing such an in depth tutorial! I love that winged eyeliner on your lid, it looks so sexy!
    Your combination of color makes pink look so pretty on the eye lids :)

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  9. Thanks :) I have to give credit to that beautiful Paul and Joe palette. I do like the pink shade a lot, even though it's a blush and not a shadow.

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  10. Wet & Wild palettes are a must buy. They are inexpensive and high quality. Both the trios and the palettes are great.

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  11. Kayte, it's good to hear that you enjoyed this tutorial.

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  12. Janet, thanks so much. I love this look as well.

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  13. Sunny, I'd be really interested to see your interpretation on a makeup look inspired by this beautiful flower.

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  14. Tina, I love golden shade as well. It brings warmth to any makeup looks.

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  15. Blair, Chelsea definitely surprised me with how pretty it is. The pink
    shade is actually a blush color, but I used it on my eyes anyways.

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  16. Hi Angela, great tutorial! I love cherry blossoms! Wet & Wild palettes are on my wishlist!

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  17. Kerri, thanks so much. I think Wet N Wild is on a lot of people's wishlist. Such great products.

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  18. Wow i love your makeup!!!

    mines a new ish blog would you possibly mind checking it out :)

    thankyou so much xxx

    http://hughesingg.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/warm-spice-makeup-tutorial.html

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  19. Chloe, thank for the sweet comment. I love your blog. Your makeup shots are so artsy. They are like from a magazine.

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