…………….deals with everything feminine, make up and beauty being an integral part

I love the color purple, all the more for its versatility and its ability to adept to any skin tone :).  I devised this look yesterday while I was playing around with a ES palette.

About this look, I avoided the eye liner all together, usually I tend to avoid it beacuse I feel that way the make up looks much softer and elegant. Do try to skip the eye liner ince in a while, it does make some difference.

So here goes the step by step tutorial :

1. Prime the eye lids, and apply a light purple or lavender in a manner shown below.

2.  Then a take a violet or deep purple color and apply it this way .

3. Then blend both the colors nicely so that the color gradation is gradual.

4.  Then apply some deep brown ES along the crease and blend well to add some depth to the eyes

5. Then finish off with applying kajal on the lower lash line and mascara and highlighter on the brow bone. Fill up and shape the eye brows. My brows are little shabby, please do not mind that 🙂

So this is how it looks ……


I have paired it with coral sandy beach blush from Jordana and Colorbar ” oh my magenta ” used as a stain.

Do drop in your thoughts 🙂 they are valuable 🙂



Comments on: "EOTD: Purple Eye Make UP Look and Tutorial" (16)

  1. btw bookmarked ur blog …muaaah

  2. u r looking so cute,,,,,muaaahhhhhhhhhh

    i will also try this

  3. Very pretty….thanks for the tut..I will definitely try it…:)

  4. looking very nice and beautiful tanmayee…<3

  5. Nicely done!!! Love it!! 🙂

  6. Looks great on you Tanu 🙂

  7. loved it Tan!! 🙂 and u look beautiful…

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