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Got a date coming up? Have we got some sexy eye makeup tutorials for you! There are millions of ways to express how sexy you are, but we all know looks can kill and each step by step eye makeup tutorial in here has some amazing looks.


golden goddess eye makeup

This step by step eye makeup tutorial makes a statement. This eye look is another thing to try too, given that wing liner makes your eyes noticeable enough even when you are across the room.

STEP 1:Sweep a mixture of Early Bird and Tuscan Sun into the crease using a soft brush.

STEP 2: With the same brush, blend Sidekick into the crease.

STEP 3: Blend Cabin Fever further into the crease to add depth, using a defined crease brush.

STEP 4: Gently apply your favorite glitter primer to the entire lid and after that Pat Asteroid over the primer with a flat stiff brush and apply your favorite eyeliner.

STEP 5: With a small crease brush, smudge Cabin Fever on the lower lash line.
Blend Taboo closer to the lash line with the same brush, to add more depth.

STEP 6: To complete this look add mascara, false lashes and the sparkler in Halo to the inner corner.


The lash lock eyes makeup

STEP 1: First we will start by applying mascara on both top and bottom eyelashes.

STEP 2: Now, fan your finger through the lashes along the tips and bottom lashes both.

STEP 3: Wipe away the residue that would have ended under the eyes.



STEP 1: Start with priming your eye with your favorite primer.

poolside glitter goddess eye makeup

STEP 2: Apply turquoise MUG Poolside eyeshadow to whole lid.

STEP 3: Then apply dark brown to crease.

STEP 4: Then add a hint of MUG Corrupt to outer corner and crease to bring a bit more depth.

Add a hint of MUG White Lies to highlight.

STEP 5: Then apply sticky base for the glitter, use Fyrinnae’s Pixie Epoxy.
Carefully patt Pixie Epoxy to the lid.

STEP 6: And then carefully patted MUFE Diamond Powder to the middle of the lid.

Same thing over the brown shadows with MUFE Diamond Powder.

Also add a hint of black MUFE glitter over the black shadow.

STEP 7: Then line the upper lashline with black liquid liner.


Then line the lower lashline with MUFE Aqua Eyes pencil.


STEP 8: Blend the pencil with MUG Poolside, and liner my waterline with black pencil.


Then just add mascara.


And the look is done!

Even with this look, the black line that made a shape of a poolside on this eye make-up is a decisive way to say, you don’t need much to look sexy.



STEP 1:Sweep a shimmery black shadow across your lid from the lashline up to the crease with a laydown brush.

STEP 2: Add a burnt sienna shadow {Tuscan Sunset} just above the black from the crease upwards, stopping just below your brow bone with our favorite eye contour brush. I like to think of it like adding a sunset above the horizon of an asphalt road. Then blend everything to soften both shadows.

STEP 3: Trace your upper lashline with a smudge-proof black liquid liner.

STEP 4: Sweep the burnt sienna shadow along your lower lashline with a shadow liner brush.

STEP 5: Add a waterproof black cream liner along your lower lashline with a cream liner brush, really concentrating it between your lashes.

STEP 6:Rim your inner waterline with a black kajal liner.

STEP 7: Blend the edges with an ivory shimmer shadow using a blending brush. You never want to see the highlight below your brow; it’s part of directing attention to your eyes, but shouldn’t be visible, so please blend!

Finish the look with a couple coats of a volumizing mascara that’s not stiff.



STEP 1: Wash the eyelid with a soft, shimmery golden hue like Yves Saint Laurent Poudre de Soleil (this versatile powder is the same one used to warm up your face in the final step).

STEP 2: Apply a cool brown eyeshadow with a hint of shimmer along your socket to add a touch of smokiness. To create even more dimension, add a warm champagne shimmer like Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow in Champagne in the inner corner of your eyes and in the center of your lid. Blend with an eyeshadow brush.

STEP 3: Sweep a black cream eyeliner as close to the lash line as possible, then swipe on a volumizing mascara like Yves Saint Laurent Volume Effect Faux Cilsfor full, look-at-me lashes. For the final touch, dust on a warm, glowy bronzer like Yves Saint Laurent Poudre de Soleil Across your cheeks, down your nose and across your forehead.

This look just made the eye color pop more therefore making the whole look sexy.



Here’s a Queen B inspired eye make-up that’s overflowing with sexiness.

STEP 1: Go with a palette that has golden hues which has just about every color you can think of. Prime your eyes with a creamy shadow.

STEP 2: Apply bronze, or the bottom left shadow on the Lorac palette, to the inner and outer corners of your lid, using light strokes.

STEP 3: Apply dark brown, the bottom right color on the Lorac palette, and blend throughout the crease using a blending brush.

STEP 4: Reapply the NYX pencil to the center of lid to help your next color stand out more. Then, using a light bronze color, pat the shadow on your lid with a medium, flat-tipped brush.

STEP 5: Blend a neutral color, usually the lightest color on your palette, slightly above your lid using windshield-wiper motions, so there are no harsh lines.

STEP 6: Highlight your brow bone with a very light color that has a bit of shimmer, like the color on the top right of the Lorac palette.

STEP 7: Apply a waterproof black gel liner to the lid and smudge the outer corner down with a flat-tipped brush. Then, using sparkly gold eyeliner, swipe it along the outer corners of your eyes and along your lower lash line.

STEP 8: Using a bright shimmery gold, pat the glitter sporadically on your lid with your finger.
Tip: You should use an adhesive to avoid having glitter end up all over your face. Just pat some on your eye before you apply the glitter.

STEP 9: Apply black liner on your upper lash line if you want even more drama (because you do, of course) and your favorite black mascara.

STEP 10: If your eyebrows need a little more definition, use a brow powder and apply the powder using short, light strokes.




STEP 1: First, apply some liquid foundation or eyeshadow base all over the eyelid.

STEP 2: Then apply silver eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eye.

STEP 3: Now, apply some dark grey eyeshadow and blend the two colours together.

STEP 4: Apply black on the outer corner of your eye.

STEP 5: Use sparkling white eyeshadow under your eyebrow and line your waterline with a black eye pencil.

STEP 6: Use black liquid eyeliner on your upper eyelid.

STEP 7: Apply your black mascara and you are done.



STEP 1: When you like to wear eyeshadows on your lids, you have to put some money on good quality beauty products, because the results will be great only when the canvas is well prepared. So, I think you already guessed what I am talking about – the primer.

STEP 2: So, the primer is set and absorbed, you have to take care of the brows. Shape them and fill them in with the same colour as the colour of the hairs. Highlight the brow bone too.

STEP 3: Then you will need colours from the orange palette. Apply light orange to the outer corner of the lid, above the crease, and darker to the inner half, again above the crease. Merge them together with a blending brush.

STEP 4: Now, cover the lid with black eye shadow. Use one with pearl effect. Smudge the edges and enhance the bottom lash line.

STEP 5: Finish the look with a coat of mascara and some eyeliner. Highlight the inner corner of the eye.



STEP 1: Start by applying foundation all over your eyelid.

STEP 2: Then apply a medium dark eye shadow all over your eyelid such as indicated in the Image above.

STEP 3: Add a little bit of darker brown eye shadow by the end of your eyelid and continue blending the colours together.

STEP 4: With an electric green pencil carefully paint a fine line on your lower lashes.

STEP 5: Get and apply a thin winged line of your liquid black pencil on your upper lashes.

Put your favourite mascara and you are done!



STEP 1: Use a thin slit brush and dip the top into a carbon black eye shadow. Paint a line above the eyelashes. Next to the corner of the eye and slightly thicker outward.

STEP 2: At the outer edge of the line you end with a wing. Paint the thin top of the brush carefully so that it is thin and finest outermost.

STEP 3: Use a small eyeshadow brush and dip the top in a little black eye shadow (take a little bit easier to start with and take more if needed, you do not risk getting too much directly). Place the brush against the outer edge of the underside of the eye and pull the brush back and forth along the eyeliner and into the underside of the eye. Determine yourself how far down the underside you want to sow. I usually take it about half way.
4th Paint a black quay on the waterline. All or only on the outer edge.

STEP 4: Use black mascara on top and bottom fringes. Mascara often conceals some of the makeup, and often “disappears” makeup. Therefore, I now apply mascara first so that you can see how much they will appear behind the fringes.

This step is not a must. I’ve done it because I’ll get a silver plot for the next glitter if there are glitters in the glitters, so they look silvery. I have mixed a silver blister with mixing liquid.

STEP 5: Do the same with the glitter, dip an eyeliner brush in mixing liquid and then into the glitter. Then paint as much glitter as you wish!



STEP 1: Begin by using a light champagne coloured shimmery eye shadow focused on the inner half of the eyelid.

STEP 2: Next, sweep a shimmery gold colour across the outer half of the lid.

STEP 3: Create depth by using a darker eye shadow in the crease on the upper eyelid. We chose a neutral brown tone but you could use a pop of colour to match your holiday dress!

STEP 4: Using a slightly lighter brown hue, blend the dark shadow to soften the line within the crease.

STEP 5: Bring the same colour down and around the outer corner of the lower lash line.

STEP 6: Finely line the upper lash line with black eye liner.

STEP 7: Complete the holiday look with a couple coats of black mascara!



STEP 1: The colour of the shadows will be highlighted by the warmth of the skin.

STEP 2: Cover your upper eyelid with a yellow-gold metallic shade. Apply it from the lash line to the fold.

STEP 3: Make the eyelid bend underlined with a medium-brown shade and thoroughly dilute its borders.

STEP 4: The inside corners of the eye light up with a golden shadow.

STEP 5: The outer corner of the eye on the lower eyelid emphasizes harder using dark brown.

STEP 6: Lighten the bottom of the eyelid with bright metallic bronze.

STEP 7: Squeeze the shadows on the lower eyelid, levelling the boundaries between them.

STEP 8: Strengthen the eyelid with a dark brown – the same one that is in the outer corner of the eye. Line eyelashes highlight with brown gel eyeliner.
Lines of water in the eye indicate a golden shadow in the cream. Lashes your eyelashes and ready!

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