Spring Sunflower Makeup Tutorial
It is exactly one week until it’s officially spring and while that saddens me ( I wish it could be winter forever) it does give me a chance to create some fun, vibrant, seasonal makeup looks! After being in a bit of a blogging slump I came across some beautiful, floral makeup on Pinterest. Honestly, the talent some people have is unreal. Anyway, this inspired me to create a spring sunflower makeup look!
For my base, I kept it the same as my everyday makeup. The eyes are the main focus of this look.
- I primed my eyes using the Urban Decay Original Primer Potion. I could never be without this primer.
- For my transition shade, I used ‘Baja’ from the Urban Decay Born to Run palette and blended this up to my brow bone.
- I then used the red shade in the bottom right-hand corner of the Huda Beauty Ruby Obsessions palette and applied this to my outer corners and crease.
- Next, I took a tiny bit of foundation and a small, flat brush to carefully cut my crease.
- I then used the stunning ‘Nubia’ shade from the Juvia’s Place Magic Palette and applied this all over my lid.
- For my lower lash line, I used both ‘Baja’ and ‘Nubia’.
- To highlight my inner corners and brow bone I used the shade ‘Unicorn’ from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dream Glow Kit.
- I applied a couple of coats of the Benefit BADgal BANG Mascara to finish off.
- Using a Spectrum C06 brush I applied the ‘Good as Gone’ brown shade from the Born to Run palette to where I wanted the sunflowers to be.
- with a tiny, stiff brush I used the shade ‘Baja’ to carefully go around the brown to soften the edges.
- Lastly, I dipped a Spectrum A19 brush into the shade ‘Edge’ from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette to draw the petals. For this, I started at the base of the brown shade and flicked the brush outward.
- For my lips, I used one of my favourite lipsticks for spring which is The Body Shop liquid lipstick in the shade ‘Cyprus Begonia’.
Let me know what you think of this spring sunflower makeup look in the comments! Please be kind, I am not an artist but wanted to do something a bit more creative. Please subscribe to my blog while you’re here, it’d be very much appreciated. You can also follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. Thanks for reading!