Easy Eye Makeup Look: Some Glitter Eyeliner, Color On The Lower Lashline, False Eyelashes And You’re Done!


I haven’t done an eye makeup look so simple in a while.

Ever since I learnt how to use multiple colors, how to blend eyeshadows, how to attack and conquer the Contour Area (Learn to define your Contour Area instead of the Crease), accentuate the Outer V (How to define the Outer V?), and other makeup tips and tricks, I never spot a look without doing at least one of the above.

The other day I was doing a review and swatches of the Bourjois Liner Glitter Fizz Eyeliner before going out for dinner with friends. I was running late, so I simply threw on some false eyelashes, swept some green eyeshadow on the lower lash line, popped some falsies on and I was good to go!

Sometimes, the simplest of things shock us with their beauty.

This is a dynamic look hidden behind a veil of subtlety. You can absolutely do without the falsies during the day or opt for a less dramatic pair.

This look would have looked less stunning with only mascara though. False eyelashes bring instant WOW to any eye makeup look.

So here’s the super simple tutorial:

Eyeliner – Bourjois Liner Glitter Fizz Eyeliner
Lower Lash Line – Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow Midori
Inner Corner – Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow Tako
False Eyelashes – Some Taiwanese brand


Foundation – Lancome Lancôme Maqui Blanc Miracle Natural Brightening Creator Liquid Foundation SPF 26 BO-01
Blush – Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Blush


Lip Balm – Estee Lauder Lip Conditioner SPF 15

Lipgloss – Yves Saint Laurent Touche Brilliance Sparkling Touch For Lips Glamorous Red #11


Bun Bun’s Makeup Tip: Because the eyes are not adorned with a rainbow of colors, you can add some shine and sparkle to the lips without running the risk of both places fighting for attention.




What’s your go-to makeup look when you are in a rush for time?


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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.

  • Sunny

    Oooo this works SUPER well with your circle lenses! VERY nice!

    I’ve always been skittish about blue eyeliner (or anything blue for that matter), because I’m really pretty warm-toned. You pull it of SO well though! The highlight in the inner corners also works magic :)

    And really? You got the false eyelashes in Taiwan? They’ve been SO popular recently. This summer when I went back I had the impression that everyone was wearing at least 5 pairs. A bit scary to be honest!

    • Bun Bun

      It does! 😀 That pair’s grey, I’m now on a new pair of green. Colored contact lenses are so much fun. Rather expensive though!

      Me too! I used to stick to black and brown but later on realized that blue works really well with brown/black eyes actually! You should try some blue liner.

      I thought falsies have ALWAYS been in fashion in Taiwan. When I was there in Feb, every girl on the streets was wearing them. And that could be the only thing they wear on the eyes. No eyeshadow, no mascara, no contour, no nothing. Just black eyeliner and false eyelashes.

      LOL! I totally get your point about the 5 pairs. Some wear overly thick ones. I watched a Taiwanese variety show before and a guest speaker said she combines at least 3 lashes to get the volume. I can’t imagine having that weight on my lashes. Those that are just slightly thicker already make my eyes super tired, imagine 3 pairs!!! >.

      • Sunny

        I think they have recently gained more popularity. Also, lash extension is getting big (here in Belgium too). I just think it’s a bit sad when EVERYBODY wears the same eye makeup (circle lenses, downward eyeliner so that they’d look “innocent,” and multiple pairs of false eyelashes. Even TV anchors do the same), regardless of their natural eye shapes.

        Talking about variety shows, have you seen this:

        There are similar segments you can watch on Youtube too. I have once seen this comment that goes: thanks for posting this, now I know the truth about Asian girls. That really pissed me off! Surely not EVERYBODY does that.

        • Bun Bun

          Goodness!!! The difference is so drastic! Kang xi lai le also has these themed episodes and they’re really fun to watch.

          What’s ironic is that while men are mesmerized by pretty girls, they also say they ‘get a shock’ when the girls remove their makeup, and call them ‘UGLY’. I’ve heard of men who ditch girls just because they don’t appear as hot with makeup when they see them without. Jerks! Then they claim that they’d like their partners to be au naturel and criticize that women are obsessed with their looks and say they’re fake. !@#@$&^#!!!

          • Sunny

            Ah, you mean where they make celebrities remove their makeup? Yeah that’s fun :)

            Guys are pretty weird about makeup. I just started getting into it when I met my boyfriend, and he never commented on it till one day he started saying how he likes “natural” girls. I asked:” do you think you would have gone for me if you never saw me with makeup?” He thought about it and said:” oh well, maybe to make a good impression in the beginning…”

            It’s so hypocritical, but at least he was honest (and OK, he didn’t dump me when I removed my makeup lol)! Now he occasionally asks why I have to fill in my eyebrows (because I have NONE if I don’t), but when I do wear makeup he seems to appreciate it. Ah guys…

  • Jacqueline

    This is simple yet pretty, thanks for the tutorial, it is something I must definitely try.

    • Bun Bun

      Oh yes! Do try it, it’s really easy! =)

  • Angel

    That is one simple and gorgeous eye makeup! It looks amazingly beautiful on you! I am so gonna create this look, thank you for sharing.

    By the way, is the Bourjois Liner Glitter Fizz Eyeliner available in Singapore? I heard raves about the gel foundation and I’m planning to get it when I’m heading there next week.

    • Bun Bun

      Thanks Angel! =)

      Yes, I bought them in Singapore. Bourjois counters can be found in BHG stores, some Watsons stores, and some Guardian stores.

      Are you referring to the Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum Gel Foundation? Yup, it is highly raved. I got the Healthy Mix Foundation instead though coz the serum gel foundation has lighter coverage and I need more than that. Haha

  • nicoles mirror

    This is so simple yet gorgeous!!! Your brows look great!!!!

    • Bun Bun

      Thanks babe! =D

  • Sarah

    This is really pretty! Makes me want to go out and buy some bold colored eyeliner.

    • Bun Bun

      You can always start with blue or purple! They’re a refreshing twist to the typical black or brown! =D

  • cherry

    i really want to know how to put fake eyelashesc and different type of eyeshadow styles on all type of eyes please can you send me all the instructions for all the types of eyes with their own way of putting make up on thanks

  • cherry

    uuhhhmmmm whats that thing saying that i recently posted battle of the transformers mice to prevent carpal tunnl syndrome first of all i dont know what it is where are you from

    • Bun Bun

      Hi cherry,

      You typed in ‘’ in the URL bar, that’s why it will show the most recent post in my blog for commentluv. I have helped you remove the URL. :)

  • saskiayu

    Hi bun bun! I’ve been reading a few of your articles here and some of your tips are great :) I’m dying to try this glittery eyeliner now.
    You should write up a contouring tut. Personally,  I find contouring makes a big difference on asians. :) xx

    • BunBunMakeupTips

      @saskiayu Thank you for reading my articles and commenting! I appreciate having my readers interacting with me. =)
      I actually do have a contouring tutorial. Here it is:
      Yup, I think contouring’s really important too. It’s not easy to understand and execute in the beginning, but once you get the hang of it, it’s addictive coz you really can see how contouring adds depth to the eyes. ^_^