Lilac Every Day Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eyes Palette

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Too Faced Cat Eyes Palette Tutorial

Today for Makeup Wars we're trying something different. We'll all be tackling the new Too Faced Cat Eyes palette, creating looks and tutorials!

I decided to create a pretty quick and easy look using the palette. Just because it has the darker colors and is named Cat Eyes, doesn't mean you need to create such a dramatic look. I did this quickly one morning before spending the day with my family.

Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eye Palette

I started with a pre-prepped eye area. I prepped with concealer and then Shadow Insurance, which makes everything stay put all day long!

I used a medium fluff brush to spread Meow all over my lid and up to my brow bone.

Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eye Palette

Next I used a slightly smaller fluff to apply a light wash of Pussy Cat on to my lid up to (but not into or over) my crease. Because it was over Meow you only get a hint of lilac, alone it is more vibrant.

Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eye Palette

Next I grabbed my black Perfect Eyes Eyeliner and lined my eyes in the lashes. I know it doesn't look remotely perfect (that's why I'm giving you 2 pics of it, look! It's messy!) The point really was to get the liner down into the base of my lashes, something that is hard to do with wet shadow. The line is a bit thicker at the outer corner than the inner corner.

Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eye Palette

Next, using a wet brush (a stiff and angled eye liner brush for my upper lash line, a small detail brush for the lower 1/2 lash line), I grabbed a little of Jungle Love and a bit of Panther. Along the top line I traced over the eyeliner, making things more even. The lower lash line, I just placed a bit of the color at the lash line, though I used a bit too much water (see how it kind of smudges down?) and I had to clean it up a little with a q-tip. After the shadow was on the lower lash line I applied more of the black eye liner into the water line.

Eye Tutorial With Too Faced's Cat Eye Palette

Finally, I finished up the rest of the look! I filled in my brows with Bulletproof Brows, highlighted above and below my brows with Instant Attitude Brow Lift and applied Better than Sex Mascara.

Lilac Every Day Eye Tutorial

Everything used:
Shadow Insurance
Cat Eyes Palette
Perfect Eyes Eyeliner
Bulletproof Brows
Instant Attitude Brow Lift
Better than Sex Mascara
Sweethearts Blush in Something About Berry
La Creme Lip Balm in Pink Slip

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Blushing Noir said...

You look gorgeous! The perfect, fun look for day time!

Melody Robinson Wright said...

I like that this look is super soft and neutral as you wouldn't automatically think neutral when you see this palette.

kelly logan gould said...

Very soft and pretty on you!! And I love your haircolor!

Laura MyNewestAddiction said...

Great look! That middle row is my favorite!

Christa Potter said...

Love it! So pretty and simple.

All Lacquered Up said...

Very pretty. I really need to get Better Than Sex even though I'm obsessed with Better Than False Lashes.

Phyrra said...

Love your look! The liner is perfection!

Jessika Barber said...

The lilac really makes your brown eyes pop! I love the lighter look!

Eugenia said...

You look great! This is a perfect day look!

Cindi O said...

That's a very pretty and soft look on you.

Retrodiva said...

You're one of those people who can really wear the heck out of some black eyeliner! Love it!

MarciaF (Beauty Info Zone) said...

I love how easy this tutorial is to follow. Not everyone has master skills and not everyone has time for a full eye so this is perfect.

daydreaming beauty said...

I love all the different takes on this palette! Great soft look!

B said...

I love your look using this palette. I keep forgetting that you don't HAVE to do a dramatic look with a palette like this..

Pam said...

First time here. I LOVE your tutorial! They way you showed each shadow, and applicator in each step. Wonderful instructions and photos (I like how you marked the area of the shadow applied), and helpful comments e.g. " Because it was over Meow you only get a hint of lilac, alone it is more vibrant.". Excellent! Looking forward to perusing your site! Thank you.

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