Tutorial; We're the colours of the rainbow
Urban Decay Primer potion in Eden
Front Cover 'Super Pink' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Front Cover 'Carrot' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Front Cover 'Buttercup' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Front Cover 'Fern' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Front Cover 'Clematis' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Front Cover 'Blanc de blanc' - from the Rainbow Eyes palette
Urban Decay eyeshadow in Jinx - BOS II exclusive
Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner in Zero
Back with another tutorial! I've started uploading the pictures to our Flickr first so they keep their quality. My inspiration for this was finding a demo of Jessie J's Rainbow on Youtube, and what other palette could I use, it had to be the Front Cover rainbow eyes.
The first step was to use Super Pink from the Front Cover Rainbow Eyes palette on my inner corner. After applying the Primer of course!
The next few steps are pretty self explanatory when you see the picture. I used a tiny bit of Carrot from the Front Cover palette to blend Super Pink and Buttercup together because it just looked a bit harsh to me without it. When it came to using Fern I was a little apprehensive since I'd been using matte colours and this is metallic but you really can hardly tell when the look is finished. To enhance the colour I dabbed on a tiny bit of Urban Decay's Flipside but that was just personal preferance - you might not need it.
When it came to the blue I wanted to carry on using a metalic and felt the Front Cover Rainbow Eyes didn't have one that fit the look so I went to my Urban Decay BOS II and used Jinx. This colour is exclusive to the palette so if you haven't got it Urban Decay's Radium is pretty similar, just a little darker. I used my angle brush to apply to to create a corner.
I then used Clematis from the Front Cover palette to round off the corner and dragged it right over to meet with Super Pink. I also applied Blanc de blanc with a blender brush so it wasn't too intense.
I then repeated the pattern under my water line paying most attention to Fern. I then used Urban Decay's Zero 24/7 eyeliner pencil on my waterline.
I did plan on a way more thin line but my hand slipped so I just made it thicker. My liquid eyeliner skills are none exsistant to be honest! I used Collection 2000 black liquid eyeliner but I suppose you could just use whatever you have handy!
Hope you like this look Bon bons!