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8 Days of Christmas Eye Makeup Tutorials: Day 8

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On hindsight, even though it has been fun and challenging posting a new look every single day for 8 consecutive days, I should have done it 8 days BEFORE Christmas, instead of after. Christmas is long gone and everybody’s in the mood to welcome 2012, yet I’m still churning out Christmas looks (You can definitely use them for other occasions, of course!). Lol. But I have to keep to my word and commit to what I promised.

Today’s eye makeup look will come with a step-by-step tutorial since it is a much coveted look created using the Vertical Gradient Method of eyeshadow application.

I will do that in 2012, however, and keep this post the same style as the rest of the 8 Days of Christmas Eye Makeup Tutorials series.

Here’s the list of products used to create this look and I’m sure you can pretty much figure out how to re-create this look, simply by referring to the Horizontal Gradient Method tutorial. =)

EYES

Eyeshadow Primer – UDPP Eden, NYX Jumbo Pencil Milk

Eyelid – The Face Shop Eyeshadow PK-103, NYX Irises, Kat Von D Beethoven Palette Speed Blue

Contour Area – None

Outer V – None

Highlight – NYX White Pearl

Inner Corner –The Face Shop Eyeshadow PK-103

Lower Lash Line –Urban Decay Naked Palette Hustle

Eyeliner –None

Eyelash Primer – Shiseido Nourishing Mascara Base

Mascara – Lancome Oscillation Vibrating Infinite Powermascara

Eyebrow – The Face Shop Face It Designing Cake Eyebrow, NYX Auto Eyebrow Pencil EP05 Dark Brown

Contrary to the previous look – 8 Days of Christmas Eye Makeup Tutorials: Day 7 – where the green contact lens didn’t look quite in place with the look, the lens looks perfect for this eyeshadow combination here.

This eye makeup look is very simple to achieve, but you’ve got to stick around with me if you wanna find out how exactly! Heh heh.

 

How-To Apply Eye Makeup Tutorials:

Part 1: Where to Apply Eyeshadow

Part 2: Horizontal Gradient Method

Part 3: Defining the Outer V

Part 4: Defining the Contour Area

Part 5: Vertical Gradient Method

 

Happy new year to all my dear readers! Thank you for reading my posts and talking to me. I’ve learnt a lot from you guys through our conversations and it makes me happy that I’ve helped many of you get better with your makeup techniques too!

*MUACK*!

See you in 2012!

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About Bun Bun

Hello! My name is Juli and Bun Bun is my alter-ego. I blog to share my love for makeup, how to apply it, and what works or what doesn’t work, all from an Asian perspective.

My first makeup product was a shimmery light blue lipstick which I proudly wore all over my eyelids and lips. It cost $2.50, felt like $250, and made me feel like a million bucks.