Published :: Style Me Pretty :: A Perfect Peach Eye :: Makeup Tutorials with Liz Washer

For the last of our three makeup tutorials, Liz Washer created this peachy eye based on Jessica Alba's makeup at the recent MTV Movie Awards. This look is such a beautiful alternative to the 'smokey eye' and is really warm, flattering, and fresh. 

The wedding gown was provided by In White for our shoot. And with that Hollywood Glam Hair, it all makes for a picture perfect bridal look! You can see this makeup demonstrated step by step on Style Me Pretty as well! 

How to get this Glowing Peach Eye Look

1.     Apply a peach eyeshadow to the center and outer quadrant of the eyelid

2.     Apply a shimmery gold to the inner eyelid

3.     Use a round-tipped shadow brush to apply reddish brown matte shadow to the outer corner and crease

4.     Sketch a bronzey-brown pencil along the lower lash line

5.     Using an angled brush, apply a water-resistant gel eyeliner to the top lash line

6.     Apply a thin line of black lash glue to the base of a wispy lash strip

7.     Apply a final coat of mascara to unite the natural and faux lashes

Published :: Style Me Pretty :: Clean and Natural Makeup with Lovely Lashes :: Tutorials with Liz Washer

I'm really excited to share a recent collaboration with Liz Washer on demonstrating how to get some of the current on trend makeup looks. To add to my excitement, these tutorials were just published in Style Me Pretty! I'm going to space out the three looks here on my blog, so as not to overwhelm you!

The first look we covered was how to get a light, natural look with lovely lashes based on the makeup Shailene Woodley wore at the recent MTV Movie Awards

Use the adjacent image guide to help apply this Clean and Natrual Look!

1.     Define brows with matte eyeshadow & angled brush

2.     Contour outer corner with a soft taupe shade

3.     Highlight lid with a vanilla shade

4.     Define outer “V” of eye with a chocolate brown color

5.     Highlight inner corner with a shimmery champagne shadow

6.     Line lower lash line with a long-lasting brown pencil

7.     Blend pencil with angled brush

8.     Curl lashes

9.     Apply 2 coats of mascara

10.  Apply knot-free individual lash flares at base of lashes