Blue / Teal & White Eyeshadow with Cat Eye Makeup Tutorial

Makeup tutorial for a blue / teal and white shadow look with cat eye.

• Primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance
• Eyeshadow – Maybelline® ExpertWear® Eyeshadow 06Q Amethyst Smokes
• Eyeshadow – Maybelline® Eye Studio® Color Tattoo™ 24HR Cream Gel Shadow (40 Tenacious Teal)
• Eyeliner – Revlon® ColorStay™ Liquid Liner
• Mascara – Maybelline® Volum’ Express® the Mega Plush™ (Blackest Black)
• Eyeliner – Rimmel Soft Kohl Kajal Eye Liner Pencil (061 Jet Black)
• Eyeliner – Maybelline® Eye Studio® Lasting Drama™ Gel Eyeliner (Blackest Black)
• Brush – EcoTools® Angled Brush

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    Hi everyone! This is going to be a makeup tutorial on how to do this teal look. It uses teal eyeshadow on the eyelids, white eyeshadow, and black eyeliner.

    I always start with ‘Too Faced Shadow Insurance’ primer.

    For the white eyeshadow, I am just using the white in ‘Maybelline 06Q Amethyst Smokes.’ I use these cosmetic applicator sticks. I am just going over above the eyelid and inner eye.

    Next, I am using ‘Maybelline Color Tattoo 40 Tenacious Teal’ for the eyelid.

    For eyeliner, I’m using ‘Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner.’ I apply it on the top and bottom.

    For mascara, I’m using ‘Maybelline the Mega Plush Volum’ Express.’

    For eyebrows, I start out with the ‘Rimmel Soft Kohl 061 Jet Black Liner Pencil.’ So, if I mess up, I can easily erase it. When I have the outline, I go over it with ‘Maybelline Blackest Black’ gel liner with an ‘Ecotools’ angled brush. I use the tip for sharp edges.

    So, I hope you enjoyed this video. Thanks for watching!

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    My second makeup tutorial. This time for a blue / teal look with cat eye. It’s a shame that some of it was off camera. It’s hard to determine how high I should position the camera and it always ends up being too high unfortunately.