Monday, 9 April 2012

Blue Eyeshadow for Brown Eyes

Photo: Stelianour Sani  MUA: Sam Chapman
Eve
Estelle
MUA: Pat McGrath
Jennifer Lopez





PRODUCTS USED:
Available from 105 Looks
UNE BB Cream Immaculate Foundation
Bourjois Healthy Mix Concealer
Anastasia Beverly Hills Perfect Brow Pencil in Brunette
MeMeMe Dew Pot in Midnight
Eyeko Fat Pencil in Petrol Blue
Make-Up Academy Eyeshadow Palette 'Dusk til Dawn'
Bourjois Little Round Pot Light Eyeshadow 02
Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara
AVON Supershock Gel Liner in Silver
AVON Earthen Rose Blush
Sleek make-up luminous pressed powder
MeMeMe Lip Gloss in Creme caramel
Ciate Caviar Manicure set
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61 comments

  1. Your Tanya did a blue eye a while back, looked soooo good on her!

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  2. Loving this look, can't wait to try it out. The layers and textures were really well done.

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  3. Totally loving this look, will definitely be having a go myself. The layers and textures were fab!

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  4. Loving this look, can't wait to try it out. The layers and textures were really well done.

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  5. So nice. Where can I buy the new brushes? They don't have them at love-makeup.co.uk and cocktailcosmetics.co.uk

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  6. my eyes are blues so i don't know if this look will fit me but can you make a tuteriol for blue eyes and red hair?

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  7. So nice. Where can I buy the brushes??

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  8. so dying to know what the ringtone is... my guess was grinding halt by the cure, but I'm bad at that game and am on an iPad with crap audio so didn't hear it well.

    Thanks for doing such a lovely look, and keeping it textured for at least a little bit. I tend to like textures, myself.

    Gotta love the bows on the ciate bottles, they kill me!

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  9. I would certainly wear this look, thanks Sam <3

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  10. Beautiful work , looks so powerful

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  11. LOVELY! Wish I had brown eyes so I could wear blue! I have blue eyes so it doesnt look as good.

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  12. so lovely!

    www.emma-louwagstaff.blogspot.com

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  13. loved the tutorial def going to try it out this weekend :)
    http://starvogue84.blogspot.com

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  14. i know what i'm wearing tonight :P xoxo

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  15. Beautful! And the caviar nails look fab!

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  16. OH SAM I TOTALLY LOVED THE TUTORIAL AND I AM A FAN OF BLUES. I THINK ALL BROWN EYED GIRLS SHOULD TRY IT OUT.
    HOPE I WIN.

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  17. very very nice look, it would look amazing in brown eyes for the contrast of colors! thanks for sharing like always!

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  18. I had just uploaded a simple way of finding your complimentary eye colour where I also talked about my eyes and how blue compliments them and I check and find this!! how great! I'm going to try it!

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  19. Thanks for doing a look for brown eyes!! I was just wondering - do you think it is best to keep a couple of your brushes specifically to use for cream eyeshadows or are they OK to use for either cream or power as long as you clean them well? Just would hate my brushes to get damaged in anyway and wondered what you guys do. Thanks!

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  20. Please Sam could you list the products used on the first model, look that you created pleaseeeeeee. xoxo

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  21. Gorgeous! (as always)

    I have blue/green eyes so always shied away from navy but a gal in Benefit did a navy and blue look for me and it was fab.

    I'm converted x

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  22. LOVELOVELOVE these dramatic looks!!! I'm an opera singer and I think this one in particular would be perfect(with my brown eyes)for my upcoming concerts:)) Great job!

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  23. Looks pretty awesome. Not exactly an office appropriate look (which is where I spend most of my time, unfortunately)...but I like it!

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  24. I love this look I have green eyes I think I'll look good for me too

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  25. This is a really fantastic look, love it! I'd really like to try the ciate caviar nails they look gorgeous !

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  26. always a little afraid of blue eye look because it reminds me so much of the 80s! or grannies. but this seems quite nice to try out....have seen some gorgeous blue cream and shadows out that I want to get =D

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  27. So nice. Where can I buy the new brushes??

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  28. I've just watched the tutorial and want to let you know that Revlon make really great matte lipsticks <3

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  29. You looked great with blue shadow on light eyes, so impressed with the results!!! :)

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  30. Love this look! Don't think it will suit me though, could you do a tutorial for green eyes please? What colours suit and what brings them out? Us greenies tend to get overlooked lol :)

    http://starsiarickards.blogspot.com

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  31. Those look great with blue eye shadow and it's a lovely idea for brown eyes.

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  32. I just love this look! It also looks grate on you :) Love the Ciate caviar manicure, and also love you both girls. You are doing a great job, inspiring and helping others. I will defenetly try the look on myself :D

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  33. I just love the look and I think it looks grate on you :) You girls are amasing! You are so inspiring and a real help to me and not only.. And the Ciate bottles are to die for <3 I will defenetly try the look on myself.

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  34. great make up! i doing simillar to that http://marthinika.blogspot.com/ :)

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  35. Hi!! sorry for asking but i wonder when will the new real techniques brushes be available to order worldwide?

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  36. Hi!! sorry for asking but i wonder when will the new real techniques brushes be available to order worldwide?

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  37. Lovely! I am so inspired by your videos.

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  38. Hi-I love blue for brown eyes. I will definitely try this with my new Real Techniques brushes. You guys are amazing make-up artists!

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  39. I love blue on brown eyes. I will definitely try this with my new Real Techniques brushes. You guys are amazing make-up artists. I'm a big fan!

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  40. You are such a beautiful woman and I'm afraid I'm one of the minority who thinks you look so much lovelier with less makeup. This got a bit too theatrical - I kept thinking of Cirque du Soleil performers - even when it was toned down a bit. I live downtown in NYC and this looked a bit too drag queen for my personal tastes. Different strokes, right?

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  41. Love this look wish I could carry it off! But it just look amazing :-) I also have the new expert face brush omg I love it

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  42. Love this look can't wait try it out and wow everyone! I have the new expert face brush and omg it's fab best one I have :-)

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  43. I have Brown eyes and most of the times i wear blue eyeshadows! Thanks for a brand new inspirational idea! Will be doing that on saturday for a party! Keep it up girls, you are awsome! Lots of love from brazil!

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  44. ahhh love blue eyeshadows...def gna recreate this look

    http://beautyandherblogger.blogspot.co.uk/

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  45. Beautiful results as always! I'm always too nervous to try blue on my eyelids, but this video proves that it's not as scary as it seems. This look would go perfectly with a cute black dress and hair in a chignon. Tres chic. xxx Liz

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  46. Beautiful as always. I've always been a bit too nervous to try blue on my eyelids, but this look proves that it's not as scary as it seems. This would pair well with a little black dress and a chignon. Tres chic! xxxLiz

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  47. My favourite inspirational look has the be Eve, that is just stunningly bright. I absolutely love it, though I have brown eyes I don't know if I have the courage to wear something like this.

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  48. LUV LUV blue, in any shade, for brown eyes!!
    i tried this look & am wishing i could post a pic bc im stinkin excited about it!! thx again MUAH from canada

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  49. My sister just gave me a brand new blue eyeshadow palette that she said she couldn't/wouldn't use...I wasn't really sure whether I would be able to either, but now I'm SO excited to try this look! My eyes are green, not brown, but it still looked amazing on your baby blues Samantha :-)

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  50. I have brown eyes so this tutorial is fab for me, and I have always wanted to know a way of wearing the blues on my MUA pallet! Fab as usual. x

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  51. Thanks for thinking of us brown eyed fans pixis...I am not a mu artist, but you taught me well so I had fun recreating the navy look.

    Can you do more eye shadow looks for brown eyes, red hair, and light skin? I have done neutral eyes and chorals or red lips till I am bored to tears.

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