A Different Cleopatra!

The shape of this fun and crazy look is inspired by Cleopatra, but the colors are not your usual classic Cleo black liner and bold colors! 🙂 Instead, I used more Spring time colors, like rose, peach, and green. I also added a picture tutorial!

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The tutorial:

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Elf Primer in Alabaster.

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Next, take a peach eyeshadow from the Elf 100 Color Palette with the Mary Kay Eye Blending Brush.

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Put the color all over the upper lid and browbone.

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Next, take the 2nd on eyeshadow down in the 2nd row of the 1st layer 😛 from the Sephora Limited Ed. Makeup Kit. Pick the shadow up using the IL MAKIAGE Fluff Brush.

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Put the magenta shadow on the lid, and a bit in the crease.

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Then, pick up the dark green shadow from the Maybelline Eyeshadow Duo in Irish Mist with the Mary Kay Angled Eye Brush.

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Line the upper lashline, going thicker on the outer part.

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Take the line straight off of the lashline, making a wing.

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Then, follow the undereye line with the shadow, and end it with a point on the inner corner.

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Next, darken the shadow by mixing some of it with water.

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Next, take the Shany Limited Ed. Makeup Kit, and take one of the shimmery olive greens with the IL MAKIAGE 6W Brush.

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Put it on the outer corners, inside the line on the undereye.

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Then, using the same brush, put some of the magenta shadow that we used earlier on the middle space.

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Then, fill in the water line the same way.

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Take a fluffy domed brush, and pick up a shimmery light green from the Shany Kit.

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ImageOn the middle of the browbone, and also on the inner corner, above the point.Image For mascara, use Almay Intense icolor Macara in Black Emerald. Image

The finished product! 😀

I hope you liked this crazy look! Have a great day!<Lucy

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3 thoughts on “A Different Cleopatra!

  1. Sorry for all of the messed up pictures. I’m still trying to figure out a;; of the wonders of WordPress! 😀 If you have any advice, let me know by commenting! ^-^

  2. I’m still working out my picture taking techniques, but I noticed that the full face picture shows the colors really well. I think that maybe you should take all of the other pictures in that same location. Thanks for the tutorial!

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